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eBook Towards a Liveable and Sustainable Urban Environment: Eco-Cities in East Asia ePub

by Lye Liang Fook,Chen Gang,Liang Fook Lye

  • ISBN: 9814287768
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Lye Liang Fook,Chen Gang,Liang Fook Lye
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: World Scientific Pub Co Inc (September 30, 2010)
  • Pages: 232
  • ePub book: 1890 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1899 kb
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This book comprises of papers from a workshop organized by the East Asian Institute on Eco-cities in East Asia on 27 February 2009 in Singapore.

Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Co, Inc. ISBN: 978-9-81-428776-0. This book comprises of papers from a workshop organized by the East Asian Institute on Eco-cities in East Asia on 27 February 2009 in Singapore.

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This book comprises of papers from a workshop organized by the East Asian Institute on Eco-cities in East Asia on 27 February 2009 in Singapore. Contributed by scholars, officials and environmental specialists from Japan, China, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines, the papers focus on how individual governments in these countries undertake eco-city projects.

Key Features:Comprises papers from workshop on Eco-cities in East Asia organized by the East Asian by scholars and environmental specialists from Japan, China, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines on how their individual governments.

Key Features:Comprises papers from workshop on Eco-cities in East Asia organized by the East Asian by scholars and environmental specialists from Japan, China, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines on how their individual governments undertake eco-city projectsHighli.

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Towards a Liveable and Sustainable Urban Environment: Eco-Cities in East Asia: ISBN 9789814287760 .

Towards a Liveable and Sustainable Urban Environment: Eco-Cities in East Asia: ISBN 9789814287760 (978-981-4287-76-0) Hardcover, World Scientific Publishing Company, 2010. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates.

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by Liang Fook Lye, John Wong. List Price Building a Liveable City: The Singapore Experience (KHOO Teng Chye). This book brings together a collection of articles that traces the process of urbanisation in selected countries in East Asia, including the achievements and challenges encountered. It seeks to promote the sharing of best practices and experiences that can be a reference for governments and relevant stakeholders to facilitate the process of urbanisation that brings about the greatest benefits to residents and lessens the negative impact on the environment. Building a Liveable City: The Singapore Experience (KHOO Teng Chye). Singapore's Approach to Urban Planning (John WONG and ZHAO Litao).

With cities rapidly encroaching onto surrounding lands, the notion of “eco-city” proposes an innovative yet pragmatic approach to designing, building and operating cities in a way that the destructive impact of human urban activity upon nature will be significantly reduced.This book comprises of papers from a workshop organized by the East Asian Institute on Eco-cities in East Asia on 27 February 2009 in Singapore. Contributed by scholars, officials and environmental specialists from Japan, China, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines, the papers focus on how individual governments in these countries undertake eco-city projects. The book also highlights best practices that are useful to policy makers and anyone else who seeks to learn from the experiences of other countries in order to reduce their ecological footprints.