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by Christopher Sousa,Steven Tiesdell

eBook Brownfields Redevelopment and the Quest for Sustainability, Volume 3 (Current Research in Urban and Regional Studies) ePub
Author: Christopher Sousa,Steven Tiesdell
Language: English
ISBN: 0080453589
ISBN13: 978-0080453583
Publisher: Elsevier Science Ltd (March 17, 2008)
Pages: 292
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.6
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ePub file: 1770 kb
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Start by marking Brownfields Redevelopment and the Quest for . A study of the nature of urban brownfields redevelopment in North America over the last two decades.

The book then looks at how brownfields are being used as spaces for developing an array of residential, recreational, and employment-oriented projects that have breathed new life into the urban environment. Outlines the reasons behind the emerging success of recent brownfields redevelopment.

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Brownfields redevelopment and the quest for sustainability. Urban Planning 2 (3), 5-17, 2017. Emerald Group Publishing, 2008. Brownfield redevelopment in Toronto: an examination of past trends and future prospects. Land Use Policy 19 (4), 297-309, 2002. Measuring the public costs and benefits of brownfield versus greenfield development in the Greater Toronto area.

Brownfield redevelopment has recently emerged as a sustainable land use strategy and impetus for urban . Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Campus Box Chapel Hill, NC 27599, USA.

Brownfield redevelopment has recently emerged as a sustainable land use strategy and impetus for urban revitalization. This study presents a system dynamics model of the redevelopment process that illustrates how delays compound before realizing financial benefits from investment in these core urban areas. We construct a dynamic hypothesis, in which brownfield redevelopment activities are dependent upon funding and in turn bolster tax base through job creation. 2.

Christopher De Sousa. The redevelopment of brownfields and the creation of green space in cities are two initiatives that are gaining support in the US, for they are perceived to be important elements for fostering urban revitalization and more sustainable development View. The redevelopment of brownfields has become a central component of government efforts to revitalize many US cities.

The connections between social reproduction and urban planning in Amman are fractured. The connections between social reproduction and urban planning in Amman are fractured.

54 Urban Institute, The Effects of Environmental Hazards and Regulation on Urban Redevelopment (Urban Institute, Washington, DC, 1997).

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Concerns over urban blight, environmental degradation, climate change, inner-city unemployment, and a host of other socio-economic and environmental problems have forced policy makers, planners, and others interested in the future of our planet to take a closer look at ways to foster more sustainable urban development. Drawing on the author's extensive research, this book examines the role that brownfields redevelopment is playing and can play in our quest for sustainability, focusing primarily on efforts in the US and Canada to build better places for urban dwellers to live, work, and play. It commences by reviewing the nature and scope of the brownfields problem and puts it into a sustainability context, both theoretically and in terms of real costs and benefits. The book then looks at how brownfields are being used as spaces for developing an array of residential, recreational, and employment-oriented projects that have breathed new life into the urban environment. For a more sustainable future, however, the author argues that more still needs to be done to connect sustainability objectives and processes to redevelopment efforts. This is a study of the nature of urban brownfields redevelopment in North America over the last two decades. It outlines the reasons behind the emerging success of recent brownfields redevelopment. It critically examines how affected stakeholders have overcome the numerous challenges facing brownfields redevelopment.

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