The urban environment: 1

Publication date:
January 2008
With more than half the world's population living in urban areas for the first time in human history, the first of two issues on the urban environment investigates the challenges encountered in the urban environment. The problems can be numerous, including air quality, contaminated land, management of watercourses and the protection of the natural environment in urban areas. This issue presents a snapshot of the environmental expertise required to create truly sustainable cities.
  1. The urban environment - Noel Nelson
  2. Can we eliminate urban air pollution? - Bernard Fisher
  3. Sustainable Drainage Systems (SUDS) - Abhishek Sharma and Edward Maltby
  4. The city wild: urban nature in 21st century Britain - Mathew Frith
  5. The carbon consequences of UK cities and the role of property - Jim Whelan
  6. Mapping the environmental science landscape - Jennifer Blumhof and Phil Holmes
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