Across the world, the rate of urbanization is increasing at a rapid pace. As the areas in which the majority of people live and work, cities are increasingly acknowledged as the arena in which solutions to major societal and environmental challenges must be implemented. This rapid change has put many cities under significant strain. Local...
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Society for Environmental Economics and Policy Studies (SEEPS), 18th Annual Meeting
Current status and future potential of the multi-pollutant approach to air pollution control in Japan, China, and South Korea
1. Exploring the catalysts for sustainable building in Europe 2. Case Studies of Individual Buildings a) High Tech approach: House R128 by Sobek b) Re-Using existing structures: Air Raid Shelter c) Greening architecture and cities: Vertical Gardens d) Re-discovering old building materials: Wooden high-rise building 3. Community level Case-Studies...
Presentation at Nagoya University Global Environmental Leaders Program (NUGELP)
Better Air Quality Conference Singapore 2010 Session: Regional and Transboundary Air Pollution