Coordinadores: Julián Briz, Manfred Köhler e Isabel de Felipe
Año Publicación: 2014
Editorial Agrícola Española
We are in a period of increasing migration from rural to urban areas, and cities will soon contain 80 per cent of the human population. Simultaneously, nature is in demand by citizens and innovation in building construction allows us to integrate green areas into our environment.
The book Green Cities in the World is the result of a convergence of interest from individual, public and private institutions looking providing the urban society with a reference publication which from a diversity of the main topics and opinions in the green urban market.
The mix of academics, practitioners, entrepreneurs and professionals in this publication leads to fruitful interactions and provides new insights into the green urban developments of the world.
The publication has 16 chapters, with 23 authors and reports from 25 national areas in 360 pages. The structure is organized in four scenarios: Economy, Sociology and Policy; Environment; Architecture and Technical, and National Stories.