RNCC: research network for climate-neutral cities
2010 (English)In: URBAN-NET: Research Anthology 2010 / [ed] June Graham, Edinburgh: SNIFFER (Scotland & Northern Ireland Forum for Environmental Research) , 2010Chapter in book (Other academic)
The majority of people on earth now live in cities andin developing economies. This process of migrationto cities has been very fast. Cities thus havea profound influence on how our societies affectthe ecosystems that support life on earth. As anexample, cities occupy only 2% of the land on earthbut they emit around 75% of all greenhouse gasesfrom human activities. Should we then regard citiesas a major threat towards sustainability?
Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
Edinburgh: SNIFFER (Scotland & Northern Ireland Forum for Environmental Research) , 2010.
Social Sciences Interdisciplinary
IdentifiersURN: urn:nbn:se:kth:diva-31107OAI: oai:DiVA.org:kth-31107DiVA: diva2:402765
QC 20111115. Researchers
Prof. Ronald Wennersten(Coordinator), KTH, Sweden
Prof. Karel Mulder, TUDelft, Holland
Aida Abdulah, Member of “The Compensators” core team, Germany, Aida.
Baldiri Salcedo Rahola, PhD student TUDelft,Holland
Britta Stein, Technische Universität Hamburg,Germany
Dr. Britta Boyd, Sydansk University, Denmark
Dominika Brodowich, PhD student, Futures Academy, Ireland
Henning Thomsen, Gehl Architects, Denmark
David Tabara, Ass. Senior Researcher, PhD, Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology, Spain
Dr. J. O. Jensen, Danish Building Research Institute, Denmark
Dr. Karen Lucas, Oxford University, UK, Karen.
Prof. Paul Fleming, De Montfort University, UK
Peter Rathje, Project Zero A/S, Denmark, Peter.
Dr. Richard Dawson, Newcastle University, UK
Dr. Sebastian Carney, Manchester University, UK
Dr. Peter Wiers, Director of Climate Partners, The Netherlands2011-03-092011-03-092011-11-15Bibliographically approved