Sustainable pathways for our cities and regions : planning within planetary boundaries

by Norman, Barbara Series: Routledge studies in sustainable development Published by : Routledge (London) Physical details: xxii,189p. ISBN:9781138188303.
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Contents
List iffigures X
List of tables xi
Foreword xii
Praface XIV
Acknowledgements XXI
List if abbreviations XXll
1 Introduction 1
Sustainable cities and regions 1 Urbanisation and climate change 5
Approach 6
Canberra, Kuala Lumpur, New York City and Copenhagen 7
Canberra 7
Kuala Lumpur 9
New York City 11
Copenhagen 13
Implications 16
Key messages 17
2 Planning within planetary boundaries 20
BARBARA NORMAN AND WILL STEFFEN
Living with our environment 20
Planetary boundaries 21
Planning within planetary boundaries 29
Implementing planning within planetary boundaries 35 Implications 39
Conclusion 40
Key messages 41
3 Challenges for the urban twenty-first century 45
The urban twenty-first century 45
UN Habitat and the New Urban Agenda 57
Implementing the New Urban Agenda 63
Implications 67
Conclusion 68
Key messages 69
4 Thinking outside the square: ideas, innovation and inspiration 72
Transforming our urban and regional settlements 72
Ideas, innovation and inspiration 73
Urban mobility and public space 75
Green networks 82
Culture and heritage 85
Climate change 89
Regional planning and innovation 91
Implications for sustainable cities and regions 95
Conclusion 96
Key messages 97
5 Implementing plans and strategies Global to the local 100
Mainstreaming sustainable urban innovation 106
Interviews 111
Key messages from interviews 113
Continuing constraints 118
Implications 120
Conclusion 123
Key messages 124
6 Sustainable pathways for our cities and regions 126
Introduction 126
Urbanfutures -people, places and our planet 12 7
Sustainable pathways for our cities and regions 144
Planning within planetary boundaries 146 Long-term vision with targets 146
Adaptive integrated planning 147
National sustainable development strategies 147
Net zero carbon and liveable precincts 147
Innovative platforms for collaboration , investment and evaluation 148
Green growth 148
Implications 150
Conclusion 151
Key message 151
7 Conclusions 155
Key message 161
Implications 172
Next steps 177
Appendix:list of interviewees 181
Index 185








Contents











List iffigures
X


¥_ .

List of tables xi
Foreword xu
Priface

Acknowledgements List if abbreviations

XIV

XXI

XXll


1 Introduction

Sustainable cities and regions 1 Urbanisation and climate change 5 Approach 6
Canberra, Kuala Lumpur, New York City and Copenhagen 7
Canberra 7
Kuala Lumpur 9 New York City 11 Copenhagen 13
Implications 16
Key messages 17

2 Planning within planetary boundaries 20
BARBARA NORMAN AND WILL STEFFEN

Living with our environment 20 Planetary boundaries 21
Planning within planetary boundaries 29
Implementing planning within planetary boundaries 35 Implications 39
Conclusion 40
Key messages 41











vm Contents
3 Challenges for the urban twenty-first century 45
The urban twenty-first century 45
UN Habitat and the New Urban Agenda 57
Implementing the New Urban Agenda 63
Implications 67
Conclusion 68
I Key messages 69
4 Thinking outside the square: ideas, innovation and inspiration 72
Transforming our urban and regional settlements 72
Ideas, innovation and inspiration 73
Urban mobility and public space 75 Green networks 82
Culture and heritage 85 Climate change 89
Regional planning and innovation 91 Implications for sustainable cities and regions 95 Conclusion 96
Key messages 97


5 Implementing plans and strategies

Global to the local 100
Mainstreaming sustainable urban innovation 106 Interviews 111
Key messages from interviews 113 Continuing constraints 118
Implications 120
Conclusion 123
Key messages 124

100



6 Sustainable pathways for our cities and regions

Introduction 126
Urbanfutures -people, places and our planet 12 7
Sustainable pathways for our cities and regions 144 Planning within planetary boundaries 146 Long-term vision with targets 146
Adaptive integrated planning 147
National sustainable development strategies 147 Net zero carbon and liveable precincts 147
•r Innovative platforms for collaboration , investment and evaluation 148
Green growth 148








Contents











List iffigures
X


¥_ .

List of tables xi
Foreword xu
Priface

Acknowledgements List if abbreviations

XIV

XXI

XXll


1 Introduction

Sustainable cities and regions 1 Urbanisation and climate change 5 Approach 6
Canberra, Kuala Lumpur, New York City and Copenhagen 7
Canberra 7
Kuala Lumpur 9 New York City 11 Copenhagen 13
Implications 16
Key messages 17

2 Planning within planetary boundaries 20
BARBARA NORMAN AND WILL STEFFEN

Living with our environment 20 Planetary boundaries 21
Planning within planetary boundaries 29
Implementing planning within planetary boundaries 35 Implications 39
Conclusion 40
Key messages 41











vm Contents
3 Challenges for the urban twenty-first century 45
The urban twenty-first century 45
UN Habitat and the New Urban Agenda 57
Implementing the New Urban Agenda 63
Implications 67
Conclusion 68
I Key messages 69
4 Thinking outside the square: ideas, innovation and inspiration 72
Transforming our urban and regional settlements 72
Ideas, innovation and inspiration 73
Urban mobility and public space 75 Green networks 82
Culture and heritage 85 Climate change 89
Regional planning and innovation 91 Implications for sustainable cities and regions 95 Conclusion 96
Key messages 97


5 Implementing plans and strategies

Global to the local 100
Mainstreaming sustainable urban innovation 106 Interviews 111
Key messages from interviews 113 Continuing constraints 118
Implications 120
Conclusion 123
Key messages 124

100



6 Sustainable pathways for our cities and regions

Introduction 126
Urbanfutures -people, places and our planet 12 7
Sustainable pathways for our cities and regions 144 Planning within planetary boundaries 146 Long-term vision with targets 146
Adaptive integrated planning 147
National sustainable development strategies 147 Net zero carbon and liveable precincts 147
•r Innovative platforms for collaboration , investment and evaluation 148
Green growth 148








Contents











List iffigures
X


¥_ .

List of tables xi
Foreword xu
Priface

Acknowledgements List if abbreviations

XIV

XXI

XXll


1 Introduction

Sustainable cities and regions 1 Urbanisation and climate change 5 Approach 6
Canberra, Kuala Lumpur, New York City and Copenhagen 7
Canberra 7
Kuala Lumpur 9 New York City 11 Copenhagen 13
Implications 16
Key messages 17

2 Planning within planetary boundaries 20
BARBARA NORMAN AND WILL STEFFEN

Living with our environment 20 Planetary boundaries 21
Planning within planetary boundaries 29
Implementing planning within planetary boundaries 35 Implications 39
Conclusion 40
Key messages 41











vm Contents
3 Challenges for the urban twenty-first century 45
The urban twenty-first century 45
UN Habitat and the New Urban Agenda 57
Implementing the New Urban Agenda 63
Implications 67
Conclusion 68
I Key messages 69
4 Thinking outside the square: ideas, innovation and inspiration 72
Transforming our urban and regional settlements 72
Ideas, innovation and inspiration 73
Urban mobility and public space 75 Green networks 82
Culture and heritage 85 Climate change 89
Regional planning and innovation 91 Implications for sustainable cities and regions 95 Conclusion 96
Key messages 97


5 Implementing plans and strategies

Global to the local 100
Mainstreaming sustainable urban innovation 106 Interviews 111
Key messages from interviews 113 Continuing constraints 118
Implications 120
Conclusion 123
Key messages 124

100



6 Sustainable pathways for our cities and regions

Introduction 126
Urbanfutures -people, places and our planet 12 7
Sustainable pathways for our cities and regions 144 Planning within planetary boundaries 146 Long-term vision with targets 146
Adaptive integrated planning 147
National sustainable development strategies 147 Net zero carbon and liveable precincts 147
•r Innovative platforms for collaboration , investment and evaluation 148
Green growth 148








Contents











List iffigures
X


¥_ .

List of tables xi
Foreword xu
Priface

Acknowledgements List if abbreviations

XIV

XXI

XXll


1 Introduction

Sustainable cities and regions 1 Urbanisation and climate change 5 Approach 6
Canberra, Kuala Lumpur, New York City and Copenhagen 7
Canberra 7
Kuala Lumpur 9 New York City 11 Copenhagen 13
Implications 16
Key messages 17

2 Planning within planetary boundaries 20
BARBARA NORMAN AND WILL STEFFEN

Living with our environment 20 Planetary boundaries 21
Planning within planetary boundaries 29
Implementing planning within planetary boundaries 35 Implications 39
Conclusion 40
Key messages 41











vm Contents
3 Challenges for the urban twenty-first century 45
The urban twenty-first century 45
UN Habitat and the New Urban Agenda 57
Implementing the New Urban Agenda 63
Implications 67
Conclusion 68
I Key messages 69
4 Thinking outside the square: ideas, innovation and inspiration 72
Transforming our urban and regional settlements 72
Ideas, innovation and inspiration 73
Urban mobility and public space 75 Green networks 82
Culture and heritage 85 Climate change 89
Regional planning and innovation 91 Implications for sustainable cities and regions 95 Conclusion 96
Key messages 97


5 Implementing plans and strategies

Global to the local 100
Mainstreaming sustainable urban innovation 106 Interviews 111
Key messages from interviews 113 Continuing constraints 118
Implications 120
Conclusion 123
Key messages 124

100



6 Sustainable pathways for our cities and regions

Introduction 126
Urbanfutures -people, places and our planet 12 7
Sustainable pathways for our cities and regions 144 Planning within planetary boundaries 146 Long-term vision with targets 146
Adaptive integrated planning 147
National sustainable development strategies 147 Net zero carbon and liveable precincts 147
•r Innovative platforms for collaboration , investment and evaluation 148
Green growth 148









Contents











List iffigures
X


¥_ .

List of tables xi
Foreword xu
Priface

Acknowledgements List if abbreviations

XIV

XXI

XXll


1 Introduction

Sustainable cities and regions 1 Urbanisation and climate change 5 Approach 6
Canberra, Kuala Lumpur, New York City and Copenhagen 7
Canberra 7
Kuala Lumpur 9 New York City 11 Copenhagen 13
Implications 16
Key messages 17

2 Planning within planetary boundaries 20
BARBARA NORMAN AND WILL STEFFEN

Living with our environment 20 Planetary boundaries 21
Planning within planetary boundaries 29
Implementing planning within planetary boundaries 35 Implications 39
Conclusion 40
Key messages 41











vm Contents
3 Challenges for the urban twenty-first century 45
The urban twenty-first century 45
UN Habitat and the New Urban Agenda 57
Implementing the New Urban Agenda 63
Implications 67
Conclusion 68
I Key messages 69
4 Thinking outside the square: ideas, innovation and inspiration 72
Transforming our urban and regional settlements 72
Ideas, innovation and inspiration 73
Urban mobility and public space 75 Green networks 82
Culture and heritage 85 Climate change 89
Regional planning and innovation 91 Implications for sustainable cities and regions 95 Conclusion 96
Key messages 97


5 Implementing plans and strategies

Global to the local 100
Mainstreaming sustainable urban innovation 106 Interviews 111
Key messages from interviews 113 Continuing constraints 118
Implications 120
Conclusion 123
Key messages 124

100



6 Sustainable pathways for our cities and regions

Introduction 126
Urbanfutures -people, places and our planet 12 7
Sustainable pathways for our cities and regions 144 Planning within planetary boundaries 146 Long-term vision with targets 146
Adaptive integrated planning 147
National sustainable development strategies 147 Net zero carbon and liveable precincts 147
•r Innovative platforms for collaboration , investment and evaluation 148
Green growth 148








Contents











List iffigures
X


¥_ .

List of tables xi
Foreword xu
Priface

Acknowledgements List if abbreviations

XIV

XXI

XXll


1 Introduction

Sustainable cities and regions 1 Urbanisation and climate change 5 Approach 6
Canberra, Kuala Lumpur, New York City and Copenhagen 7
Canberra 7
Kuala Lumpur 9 New York City 11 Copenhagen 13
Implications 16
Key messages 17

2 Planning within planetary boundaries 20
BARBARA NORMAN AND WILL STEFFEN

Living with our environment 20 Planetary boundaries 21
Planning within planetary boundaries 29
Implementing planning within planetary boundaries 35 Implications 39
Conclusion 40
Key messages 41











vm Contents
3 Challenges for the urban twenty-first century 45
The urban twenty-first century 45
UN Habitat and the New Urban Agenda 57
Implementing the New Urban Agenda 63
Implications 67
Conclusion 68
I Key messages 69
4 Thinking outside the square: ideas, innovation and inspiration 72
Transforming our urban and regional settlements 72
Ideas, innovation and inspiration 73
Urban mobility and public space 75 Green networks 82
Culture and heritage 85 Climate change 89
Regional planning and innovation 91 Implications for sustainable cities and regions 95 Conclusion 96
Key messages 97


5 Implementing plans and strategies

Global to the local 100
Mainstreaming sustainable urban innovation 106 Interviews 111
Key messages from interviews 113 Continuing constraints 118
Implications 120
Conclusion 123
Key messages 124

100



6 Sustainable pathways for our cities and regions

Introduction 126
Urbanfutures -people, places and our planet 12 7
Sustainable pathways for our cities and regions 144 Planning within planetary boundaries 146 Long-term vision with targets 146
Adaptive integrated planning 147
National sustainable development strategies 147 Net zero carbon and liveable precincts 147
•r Innovative platforms for collaboration , investment and evaluation 148
Green growth 148




















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