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This presentation, drawing upon case studies from both industrialized and developing countries, revisits the key tenants in planning to support the transition to low-carbon, resilient and sustainable cities, in the context of the post-COVID-19 city. Specifically it re-examines compact and connected ...

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As world’s economy tries to recover from COVID-19 Pandemic, the industry diversity in Indonesia affects the economic sustainability and its continuity. This paper explores the industry diversity and economic resilience in Indonesia during Covid-19 Pandemic. Using fixed effects model with data from...

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Lessons learned from past events indicate that the shift our plans from centralized to decentralized, it has brought effective results in the efficiency and effectiveness of disaster management actions. Due to growth and urbanization, increasing population density and buildings in cities and limited...

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The northern part of Nicosia (Cyprus) has suffered a long period of isolation since the partition of the country and the establishment of a buffer zone through the city in 1974. As the situation continues to ease, and with the principal pedestrian land crossings in the city centre opened in 2008, th...

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There is a well-documented relationship between economic prosperity and housing insecurity, which is particularly true in rapidly urbanizing societies. But the growing prosperity of urban regions introduces a paradox of economic success stemming from the rising costs in such regions. The additional ...

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The strategy of the Old Town of Lutsk developed in cooperation with Urban Sustain Architects, Beloded Landscaping, and Aldis Blicsons is aimed at solving the existing challenges of spatial development, nature conservation, sustainable development of business and society, solving transport problems w...

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Continuous waste collection services are an essential element of our urban quality of life, and we are fully aware that if this process is not present in our lives, a complex problem will arise. During an epidemic crisis, the first goal of urban management is to ensure that waste is collecting conti...

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We face an unprecedented water crisis. A widespread imbalance in the global system causes progressively extreme situations, on one hand increased unmanageable water volumes through flooding, rising sea levels and storm events and, on the other hand, a lack of water during prolonged periods of drough...

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This study examines the potential of interactive art installations to stimulate human engagement and activities in public spaces and presenting a design proposal. The aim is to develop a sense of belonging despite differences and promote tolerance since Bahrain has a population of multi-ethnic and m...

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The residential location and urban shape, including the accessibility of public transport, distance from the city center and density, is the crucial factor, which determined the travel behavior in each city district. Moscow has a diverse structure of urban shape and huge area 2561,5 sq.m, that can c...

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Cities are urban areas where we live, communicate, and navigate. Each area has its own characteristics which greatly affects its users. they can gather, crowd, or segregate us. Thus, urban planning has an evident role in controlling humans' behavior. This relation raises a question; in case of epide...

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Kangqiao Cluster Area of Shanghai Integrated Circuit Design Industry is facing the agglomeration and reconstruction of innovative industries. Creative city concept is the key factor in this park planning. In cater to the demand of creative people,the plan aims to build a livable environment and cr...

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It has been taken as one of the top priorities to promote the development of the surrounding areas of stations through the construction of high-speed railway hubs in China, in order to form a high-quality urban network with high-speed railway hub and line connectivity. Shenzhen, the core city of Gua...

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With one of the fastest urbanization rates in the Global-South, many Nigerian cities are experiencing an analogous rate of concretization. Cultural studies since the 1800s revealed that towns and villages are known to have tradition-based planning system with incorporated hierarchy of open spaces ro...

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Around 2000, Payments for Watershed Services (PWS) programs was introduced into China, and pilot projects were firstly carried out in developed regions and small watersheds such as Xinanjiang River, Jiulongjiang River and Taihu Lake Basin. Since 2010, it has become an economic compensatory measure w...

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Puerto Rico has little choice left post Maria. The islands’ revitalization must come from within. The reality of mixed political status, economic recession, large out-migration, environmental degradation, and a nonresponsive federal government, leaves the islands with few choices but to become mor...

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Looking back on 25 years of planning experience, the single most crucial planning component appears to me to be shared visioning. While the term ‘masterplanning’ still bears the hallmark of the visionary ‘masterplanner’, drawing lines to connect the dots of an expert-driven urbanistic utopia...

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The Kingdom of Bahrain is the smallest and most crowded country in the Arabian Gulf with an area of 765 square kilometers (UNESCO, 2018) and a population that reached 1,672,864 people in January 2020 (Worldometers, 2020). Muharraq, the former capital, is considered to be the second largest city in B...

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Disappearing spatial identity of the hydraulic civilization of the Vistula delta river in Poland influences potential, desirable behaviors of the water communities in the conditions of climate disaster. After the Second World War the cultural landscape of this area has changed due to a lack of under...

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Metabolism seems to have some kind of semblance to urban development which also draws inputs from nature, society and the economy to produce buildings and spaces for use, and possibly misuse, adapting some of them but leaving behind, somehow, obsolete parts that cannot change to serve new needs. How...

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We are now going through a shift to a new epoch constituted by machine landscapes where it is the digital technology and machine intelligence that is going to compute, condition, and compose the post-oil reality far beyond our imagination. Out of the constraints of traditional energy technology, mac...

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India generates 62 million tones of municipal solid waste per year of which, only 75% of the waste is collected and only 22% of the collected waste (i.e. 16% of the total generated waste) is segregated, processed or treated. Thus, 84% of the total waste either ends up on the roads or in landfills. T...

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The International Baikal Winter University of urban planning design was founded in 1999 at the Irkutsk National Research Technical University. Winter University is a workshop for senior students and young professionals in the field of modern urban development and solving urban problems. Problems of ...

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