Urban Planning is a new international peer-reviewed open access journal of urban studies

Open Access Journal | ISSN: 2183-7635

Urban Planning to Enable a 1.5 °C Scenario

Academic Editors: Peter Newman (Curtin University, Australia), Aromar Revi (Indian Institute for Human Settlements, India) and Amir Bazaz (Indian Institute for Human Settlements, India)

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The City of the Future
Garry Glazebrook and Peter Newman
Article | Open Access | Published: 24 April 2018
Financing Indian Urban Rail through Land Development: Case Studies and Implications for the Accelerated Reduction in Oil Associated with 1.5 °C
Rohit Sharma
Article | Open Access | Published: 24 April 2018
Carbon Footprint Planning: Quantifying Local and State Mitigation Opportunities for 700 California Cities
Christopher M. Jones, Stephen M. Wheeler and Daniel M. Kammen
Article | Open Access | Published: 24 April 2018
Slum Upgrading: Can the 1.5 °C Carbon Reduction Work with SDGs in these Settlements?
Zafu Assefa Teferi and Peter Newman
Article | Open Access | Published: 24 April 2018
WGV: An Australian Urban Precinct Case Study to Demonstrate the 1.5 °C Agenda Including Multiple SDGs
Jason Wiktorowicz, Tanya Babaeff, Jessica Breadsell, Josh Byrne, James Eggleston and Peter Newman
Article | Open Access | Published: 24 April 2018
Beijing’s Peak Car Transition: Hope for Emerging Cities in the 1.5 °C Agenda
Yuan Gao and Peter Newman
Article | Open Access | Published: 24 April 2018
Bhutan: Can the 1.5 °C Agenda Be Integrated with Growth in Wealth and Happiness?
Dorji Yangka and Peter Newman
Article | Open Access | Published: 24 April 2018
Neighborhood “Choice Architecture”: A New Strategy for Lower-Emissions Urban Planning?
Michael W. Mehaffy
Article | Open Access | Published: 24 April 2018
The Dilemmas of Citizen Inclusion in Urban Planning and Governance to Enable a 1.5 °C Climate Change Scenario
Eric Chu, Todd Schenk and James Patterson
Article | Open Access | Published: 24 April 2018