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Record number 540907
Title Megacities 2050: From urbanization risks towards sustainable urban development
Author(s) Vasenev, V.I.; Cheng, Z.; Stoorvogel, J.J.; Dovletyarova, E.A.; Hajiaghayeva, R.A.; Plyushchikov, V.G.
Source In: Megacities 2050: Environmental Consequences of Urbanization. - Cham : Springer (Springer Geography ) - ISBN 9783319705569 - p. 3 - 5.
Event Cham : Springer (Springer Geography ) - ISBN 9783319705569 VI International Conference on Landscape Architecture to Support City Sustainable Development, Moscow, 2016-09-12/2016-09-14
DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-70557-6_1
Department(s) Soil Geography and Landscape
PE&RC
Publication type Peer reviewed book chapter
Publication year 2017
Keyword(s) Ecosystem services - Environmental management - Green infrastructure - Megapolis - Monitoring - Urban ecosystems - Urban soils
Abstract Urbanization is a long-term global trend, responsible for substantial environmental changes. At the same time, urban ecosystems are vulnerable and their adaptation to the ever-changing environment is necessary to sustain essential functionality and important ecosystem services. Sustainable urban development demands the integration of innovative green technologies and nature-based solutions in urban management, which is only possible through a collaboration and participation of all stakeholders including scientists, landscape designers, civil engineers, policy makers, and all citizens.
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