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Title The development of eco cities in China / Weiguang Wang, Dadao Lu, Jingyuan Li ; Juke Liu, Weiping Sun, Wenzhen Hu, editors.

Published Singapore : Springer Nature, [2017]

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Physical description 1 online resource
Series Springer Social Sciences 2017 English+International
Contents Machine generated contents note: pt. I Exploring the Theory and Practice of Ecological City Construction in China -- 1. Principle of "Following the Way the Human Body Works" in the Construction of an Eco City / Tao Liu -- 2. Construction of Eco Cities in China in an Information Age / Mingshi Liu -- 3. Economic Development and Environmental Protection of the Eco City / Juheng Li -- 4. Spatial Layout and Planning and Construction of the Eco City in China / Yongzhen Wang -- 5. Evaluation Report of the Health Conditions of the Eco Cities in China / Tao Liu -- pt. II Development Pattern of Chinese-Style Eco City Construction -- 6. Evaluation Report on the Construction of Environmentally Friendly Cities / Xiaoni Shi -- 7. Development Mode of the Resource-Saving City / Kaiming Li -- 8. Evaluation Report on the Construction of the Circular Economy Oriented City / Cuiyun Wang -- 9. Development Model of Landscape and Leisure Oriented Cities / Mingtao Li -- 10. Distribution Pattern and Practical Exploration of the Green Consumption City in China / Xiangwen Fang -- 11. Development Mode of the Comprehensive Innovative City / Hongting Chen.
Summary This book presents an in-depth study on and summary of the current practice and theories for the construction of eco-cities in China in the context of the country's rapid urbanization. It argues that by 2020, 60% of China's population will live in cities. And the evolution from "green cities" to "eco- cities", and subsequently to "smart cities" is crucial to China's sustainable development. The book presents a feasible and objective quantitative evaluation system for the sustainable and healthy development of eco-cities. It summarizes the Chinese experience in building eco- cities as the coordinated development of economy, society, resources and environment, with the goal being "to make cities inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable". This is essential to achieving a number of the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals. In addition, the book defines the current stage of development Chinese cities have reached in terms of ecological construction, and offers guidance on selecting suitable urban ecological construction modes and improvement approaches. It provides a valuable reference source and guidebook for research on and the practice of eco-city construction. Accordingly, it will help other countries around the world, especially the developing countries, to benefit from China's successful experience.
Other author Liu, Juke, editor.
Hu, Wenzhen, editor.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Sustainable urban development -- China.
Urban ecology (Sociology) -- China.
City planning -- Environmental aspects -- China.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9811022879 (ebk)
9789811022876
9811022860
9789811022869