Zamanov Sustainable Urban Transportation: Ayaz Zamanov City and Regional Planning, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey ABSTRACT This article is mainly focused on three main ideas; an overview of demand for urban transport, implications of these demands to achieve urban transport policy goals, and generally sums up the principle problems which are likely to be happened in years. Article also considers the available range of policy instruments, and summarizes evidence on their effectiveness.
Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Moira earned her undergraduate degree in ecology at the Centro de Altos Estudios en Ciencias Exactas and pursued graduate studies in urban and regional planning and in complex systems at the University of Michigan.
Before coming to the United States, she worked in Argentina as a consultant on environmental issues for local and international environmental engineering firms and for the under secretary of environment in the city of Buenos Aires, in projects related to domestic and hazardous waste management, river remediation, industrial pollution control, and environmental impact assessments.
She also participated in interdisciplinary and international research projects on urban air pollution and on the spread of tuberculosis through public transportation. In the United States, Moira's professional work includes greenway development and river restoration projects in Miami Beach and in California, and transportation surveys.
In her position at UIC, she has served as primary investigator and co-investigator for multi-disciplinary projects studying how specific policy, technological, and behavioral changes can effectively address a range of complex social and environmental problems, where interaction effects make responsibilities and burdens unclear.
Her research also examines the value of complexity-based modeling for participatory policy exploration and social learning with stakeholders. Moira teaches a variety of workshops on complexity-based modeling of socio-ecological systems, for training of both scientists and decision-makers.
An example of groundwater sustainability. Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning: Member, Environmental and Natural Resources Committee. Selected Presentations Zellner, M.
Is it easy to be green? Opportunities and Barriers to Learning and Policy Innovation. Learning with LUCC-ecological models.
Building resilience by communicating vulnerability. Applications of agent-based modeling to resource and land-use policy. From farm-level management to governance of landscapes present. Climate, water and land use decisions in the plains of Southern South America.
Collective Decision-Making for Ecological Restoration. Exurban land-use change and groundwater. Copyright, Landscape Green Infrastructure Design. Urban Sustainability Framework for Energy.Oct 27, · Peilei Fan Michigan State University, USA.
The rapid urbanization of China is an event unparalleled in human history. Fueled by a near-continuous rural-to-urban migration, the country’s urban population has leaped from a mere 18% in to 54% in sustainable urban development is hampered by the absence of standard evidence-driven tools.
For bodies involved in developing national sustainability policies and programs, such as the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), assessing needs and results is a. Key research themes on urban space, scale, and sustainable urban mobility Examining the impact of residential self-selection on travel behavior: International Journal of Sustainable Transportation.
Volume 10, - Issue 1. Published online: 16 Dec introduction. The second element of sustainable urbanism in relation to urban design is place specificity and the process of place making, which is the way all human beings transform the places in which they find themselves and in which they live.
NREL's Sustainable Mobility Initiative approaches sustainable transportation as a network of travelers, services, and environments—rather than just vehicles and roads—using connectivity and automation to optimize mobility and significantly reduce related energy consumption.
Sustainable Urban Infrastructure looking glass, examining its transport management history, status-quo and pro-jected future. It will be shown that CM pro- transportation, healthcare and safety and security – trans-portation clearly emerged as the top chal-lenge for megacities.
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