Human-Centered Urban Planning and Design in China: Volume I

Urban and Rural Planning

Weifeng Li e altri
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Descrizione dell’editore

This book explores a more human-centered development pathway associated with the ideological shift from "quantity" to "quality" growth in the new era of Chinese urbanization.  Sustainable urban and rural planning should be “people-centered” and concerned about urban-rural coordination. The authors argue that successful urban and rural development in China should promote social equity, culture diversity, economic prosperity and sustainable built form. This book prompts Chinese urbanists to reconsider and explore a sustainable and people-first planning approach with Chinese characteristics. The breadth and depth of this book is of particular interest to the faculty members, students, practitioners and the general public who are interested in subjects like urban and regional planning, rural planning, housing and community development, infrastructure planning, climate change and ecological planning, environmental planning, social equity and beyond. 

This book dealing with human-centered urban planning and development, rural planning and urban-rural coordination in China is part of a 2 volume set. Volume II discusses human-centered urban design and placemaking, human activities and urban mobility.

GENERE
Saggistica
PUBBLICATO
2021
15 novembre
LINGUA
EN
Inglese
PAGINE
303
EDITORE
Springer International Publishing
DIMENSIONE
116,9
MB

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