Dr.
Fernando ORTIZ-MOYA

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Peer-reviewed Article
In Planning Practice and Research
Author:
Alejandro
Pineda
Jorge
Almazán
Although the suburbs of numerous cities worldwide are shrinking, research on how to address suburban decline remains scarce. This paper explores participatory mapping in shrinking suburbs as a tool to articulate knowledge co-creation between local officials and communities to inform planning decisions. The paper argues that participatory planning...
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Commissioned Report
This is the final report of the city-to-city collaboration between EU cities (including one from the UK) and Japanese cities under the International Urban and Regional Cooperation (IURC) Asia and Australasia. During 2021-2023, thirteen EU cities (including one UK city) from ten countries and ten Japanese cities participated in the project and...
Policy Report
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The ASEAN State of the Environment Report (SOER) is a regular flagship publication of the ASEAN Senior Officials on Environment (ASOEN) which is periodically published every 3-5 years. The SOERs present a comprehensive review of the state and trends of the environment, the pressures on it and the drivers of those pressures, and the national and...
Report Chapter
In Sixth ASEAN State of the Environment Report
Author:
Abdullah
Zed
Fakri
Karim
Jaffer
Machano
• By 2050, more than half the population of most ASEAN Member States (AMS) will live in cities, and by 2035 the ASEAN region will have at least five mega-cities. • Cities are a laboratory of local and global challenges and solutions, and ASEAN cities are frequently frontrunners in developing sustainable (model) cities, with multiple good practices...
Conference Paper
17th International Conference of the European Association for Japanese Studies
Author:
Marco
Reggiani
Nationwide ageing and dramatic depopulation threaten the survival of many Japanese small-sized towns and villages. To address this challenge—which is not unique but that in Japan is compounded by uneven urbanization patterns and increasing ruptures within the socioeconomic order—the Government of Japan is encouraging municipalities to adopt a pro...
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Research Report
Halfway to the 2030 deadline, humanity is clearly off-track on the Global Goals. Achieving the Sustainable­­ Development Goals (SDGs) proposed in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development remains a significant challenge for society. Numerous and compounding crises—including coping with the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, ongoing armed...
Conference Paper
Regional Studies Association Annual Conference
Author:
Marco
Reggiani
Regions and places face unprecedented challenges that need ambitious policies to drive sustainable transitions. While the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have been shaping the policies (or at least the discourse) of national governments and supranational organisations, there is...
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Peer-reviewed Article
In npj Urban Sustainability
Author:
Marco
Reggiani
The implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) relies on effective policy integration at all levels of government. However, integration across policy domains remains challenging for local authorities, particularly when it comes to articulating policies that recognise trade-offs and interactions between different SDGs. This study...
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Commentary (Op. Ed)
IISD SDG Knowledge Hub
Author:
Yizhao
Yang
Marco
Reggiani
Anne
Taufen
Amidst ongoing conversations surrounding the attainment of net-zero emissions, it is crucial to underscore the importance of aligning substantive climate action with overarching sustainability objectives. The Voluntary Local Reviews (VLR) movement is gaining momentum, presenting an opportunity to extend its influence in fostering sustainable...
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