Routledge Research in Sustainable Urbanism

  • Imagining Sustainability

    Creative Urban Environmental Governance in Chicago and Melbourne

    By Julie L Cidell

    Cities, rather than nations, have become the key sites of enacting environmental policies. This is due to the combination of an increasing urban population and the increasing amount of action on the part of local government as national governments have failed to act on climate change—cities are the…

    Hardback – 2017-02-28 
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  • The Experimental City

    Edited by James Evans, Andrew Karvonen, Rob Raven

    This book explores how the concept or urban experimentation is being used to reshape practices of knowledge production in urban debates about resilience, climate change governance, and socio-technical transitions. With contributions from leading scholars, and case studies from the Global North and…

    Hardback – 2016-05-16
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  • Global Garbage

    Urban imaginaries of waste, excess, and abandonment

    Edited by Christoph Lindner, Miriam Meissner

    Global Garbage examines the ways in which garbage, in its diverse forms, is being produced, managed, experienced, imagined, circulated, concealed, and aestheticized in contemporary urban environments and across different creative and cultural practices. The book explores the increasingly complex…

    Hardback – 2015-12-03
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  • Co-producing Knowledge for Sustainable Cities

    Joining Forces for Change

    Edited by Merritt Polk

    At the current time, many issues and problems within sustainable urban development are managed within traditional disciplinary and organizational structures. However, problems such as, climate change, resource constraints, poverty and social tensions all exceed current compartmentalization of…

    Hardback – 2015-01-15
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