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Urban regions now & tomorrow : between vulnerability, resilience and transformation / editor, Sonja Deppisch.
Contributor(s): Deppisch, Sonja [editor.].Material type: BookSeries: Studien zur Resilienzforschung. Publisher: New York, NY : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2017Description: x, 276 pages. : illustrations. ; 21 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9783658167585 (pbk.).Subject(s): Community and Environmental Psychology | Psychology | City planning | Sociology, UrbanDDC classification: 307.1216 URB. A
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Preface in German and English, text in English.
Cities and urban regions under change
between vulnerability, resilience, transition and transformation / Sonja Deppisch
The role of monitoring spatio-temporal change in achieving resilience of the suburban landscape / Eleni A. Athanasiadou and Maria Tratsela
Beyond a fragmented and sector-oriented knowledge for a sustainable and resilient urban development. The case of the metropolitan city of Naples / Adriana Galderisi and Giada Limongi
Resilience, sustainability and transformability of cities as complex adaptive systems / Marta Olazabal
The challenge of change : planning for social urban resilience / Anna Widborg
Sustainable disaster resilience? Tensions between socio-economic recovery and built environment post-disaster reconstruction in Abruzzo (Italy) / Grazia Di Giovanni and Lorenzo Chelleri
Dealing with surprise in urban regions
some ideas and examples for planners / Gérard Hutter
Resilience thinking as leitmotif in urban and regional planning dealing with climate change impacts / Sonja Deppisch
Developing resilient urban waterfronts : integrating adaptation into urban development and management / Peter C. van Veelen
Making infrastructure climate resilient : bridging the transformation gap with "living labs" / Ernst Schäfer and Ulrich Scheele
From linear to circular
challenges for changing urban metabolism?! An analysis of local energy transition activities in four European cities / Katharina Klindworth, Aleksandra Djurasovic, Jörg Knieling and Katja Säwert
This book is dealing with past, current and future change processes in European, Northern American as well as Australian cities and urban regions, and with the challenges they pose to a resilient urban development. Additionally, contributions deal with potential transformations of urban and regional development and related planning and governance approaches. It is referred to three dominant concepts on how it can be dealt with long-term or surprising and also sudden disastrous change, with an overweight on resilience. Contents Past, current and future change processes and their consequential challenges to urban and regional development Empirical as well as theoretical-conceptual reference to vulnerability, resilience and transformation as the dominant concepts on how it can be dealt with long-term or surprising and also sudden disastrous change; overweight on resilience Resilient development in urban regions of Europe, Northern America and Australia and potential transformations Target Groups scientists, practitioners and stakeholders from different disciplines and contexts working in urban and regional development and focusing especially on change processes in urban contexts and how to deal with their challenges scientists, students and further scholars who are interested or involved in the ongoing debates on resilience and transformation, here with the prevailing reference to the future development of urban regions The Editor Dr. Sonja Deppisch, HafenCity University Hamburg, involved in research on resilience in urban and regional planning and development since 2009.