Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development

Approaches for Achieving Sustainable Urban Form in Asian Cities

ISBN: 978-94-007-5921-3 (Print) 978-94-007-5922-0 (Online)

Table of contents (25 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxiv

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    Overview: Spatial Planning for Achieving Sustainable Urban Forms

  3. Urbanization and Sustainable Society: Section Urbanization and Planning Approach

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      Pages 13-13

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      Pages 15-31

      The Possibility of Sharing Spatial Data and Research Cooperation Within East Asia Countries

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      Pages 33-49

      A Study on Classification of Downtown Areas Based on Small and Medium Cities in Korea

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      Pages 51-67

      Significance and Limitations of the Support Policy for Marginal Hamlets in the Strategy of Self-sustaining Regional Sphere Development

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      Pages 69-89

      Continuity of Relations Between Local Living Environments and the Elderly Moved to a Group Living

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      Pages 91-115

      The Use of Indicators to Assess Urban Regeneration Performance for Climate-Friendly Urban Development: The Case of Yokohama Minato Mirai 21

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      Pages 117-133

      Imagination and Practice of Collaborative Landscape, Ecological, and Cultural Planning in Taiwan: The Case of Taichung County and Changhua County

  4. Urbanization and Sustainable Society: Section Housing and Transportation

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      Pages 135-135

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      Pages 137-153

      Sustainable-Oriented Study on Conservation Planning of Cave-Dwelling Village Culture Landscape

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      Pages 155-172

      Characteristic of Sustainable Location for Townhouse Development in Bangkok and Greater Metropolitan Area, Thailand

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      Pages 173-187

      Modeling Housing Demand Structure: An Example of Beijing

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      Pages 189-212

      The Role of the Knowledge Community and Transmission of Knowledge: A Case of Bicycle SMEs in Taiwan

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      Pages 213-225

      Acceptability of Personal Mobility Vehicles to Public in Japan: Results of Social Trial in Toyota City

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      Pages 227-247

      Urban Form, Transportation Energy Consumption, and Environment Impact Integrated Simulation: A Multi-agent Model

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      Pages 249-267

      Mapping Walking Accessibility, Bus Availability, and Car Dependence: A Case Study of Xiamen, China

  5. Landscape and Ecological System, Sustainable Development: Section Green Design and Landscape

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      Pages 269-269

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      Pages 271-286

      Effects of Green Curtains to Improve the Living Environment

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      Pages 287-303

      A Comparison of Green Roof Systems with Conventional Roof for the Storm Water Runoff

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      Pages 305-321

      Evaluation and Regulation of Ecological Security When Implementing Urban Planning: Review and Suggestions for Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development in China

  6. Landscape and Ecological System, Sustainable Development: Section Agriculture and Ecological System

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      Pages 323-323

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      Pages 325-338

      An Investigation of Changes in the Urban Shadow of Beijing Metropolis Under Agricultural Structural Adjustment in China

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      Pages 339-352

      The Spatial Planning of Agricultural Production in Beijing Toward Producing Comfortable and Beautiful Living Environment

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      Pages 353-379

      Simplified Ecological Planning Method for Sustainable Landscape Management by Humantope Index: Patterns of Land-Use Continuity, Historical Land Use and Landownership

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