Smarter, Greener and More Inclusive Practices
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The Dialogues in Urban and Regional Planning series offers a selection of some of the best scholarship in urban and regional planning from around the world with internationally recognized authors taking up urgent and salient issues from theory, to education for and practice of planning.
This 7th volume features contributions on the theme of "Transformative Planning: Smarter, Greener and More Inclusive Practices." It includes chapters from leading planning scholars and practitioners who critically examine how transformative planning practices seek to reduce inequalities, promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, achieve gender equality, improve human health and well-being, foster resilience of urban communities and protect the environment are changing urban planning paradigms. Several case studies of emerging transformative planning interventions illustrate practical ways forward.
Transformative Planning offers provocative insights into the global planning community’s struggle and contribution to tackle the major challenges to society in the 21st century. It will be of use for advanced undergraduate and graduate courses in the wide ranging fields encompassed by urban studies, sustainability studies, and urban and regional planning.
The Dialogues in Urban and Regional Planning (DURP) series is published in association with the Global Planning Education Association Network (GPEAN) and its member national and transnational planning schools associations.
Table of Contents
Theoretical and Conceptual Frameworks 1. Transformative Incrementalism: Implications for Transformative Planning Robert Buchan and Mark Holland 2. The Privatization of Metropolitan Jakarta’s (Jabodetabek) Urban Fringes: The Early Stages of Post-Suburbanization in Indonesia Tommy Firman and Fikri Zul Fahmi 3. Transforming Transport Planning in the Postpolitical Era Crystal Legacy 4. Local Values and Fairness in Climate Change Adaptation: Insights from Marginal Rural Australian Communities Sonia Graham, Jon Barnett, Ruth Fincher, Anna Hurlimann, and Colette Mortreux 5. Governance for Resilient Smart Cities Darren Nel and Verna Nel Educating for Transformative Planning Practice 6. De-Colonising Planning Education? Exploring the Geographies of Urban Planning Education Networks Julia Wesely and Adriana Allen 7. Transforming Planning Education: Practicing Collaborative Governance and Experiential Learning in a Graduate Level Planning Studio Imge Akcakaya Waite, Elif Alkay, and Sinem Becerik Altindis 8. Planners Moving Toward the New Urban Agenda: Research Contribution and Training Juan Jose Gutierrez-Chaparro 9. Urban Planning in Guadalajara, Mexico: The New Urban Agenda and Experience of Its Application Locally Jose Luis Aguila Flores and Raul Agraz Joya Research and Evaluations of Transformative Policy Initiatives 10. Circular Economy in Urban Projects: A Case Studies Analysis of Current Practices and Tools Federica Appendino, Charlotte Roux, Myriam Saade and Bruno Peuportier 11. Living With Water in the Era of Climate Change: Lessons from the Lafitte Greenway in Post-Katrina New Orleans Billy Fields, Jeffrey J. Thomas, and Jacob A. Wagner 12. The Role of Local Leaders in Environmental Concerns in Master Plans: An Empirical Study of China’s Eighty Large Municipalities Lei Zhang, Rachel M. Tochen, Michael Hibbard, and Zhenghong Tang 13. Further Opportunities to Reduce the Energy Use and Greenhouse Gas Emissions of Buildings David Hsu, Ting Meng, Albert Han and Daniel Suh 14. Influences of Planning Policies on Community Shaping in China: From Past to Present Jian Liu
Andrea I. Frank, PhD is Teaching Fellow in Urban Planning at the University of Birmingham, UK. Her research interests encompass comparative international planning, sustainable development, public participation and pedagogy. Throughout her career she has promoted capacity building for and in planning education. She has represented the Association of European Schools of Planning and Chaired the Global Planning Association Network (GPEAN) 2010-14. She is currently Chair of the Association of European Schools of Planning’s (AESOP) Excellence in Teaching Prize Jury and coordinates the AESOP Thematic Group on Planning Education. Her scholarly work includes Urban Planning Education: Beginnings, Global Movement and Future Prospects (co-edited with C. Silver, 2018) and Teaching Urban and Regional Planning: Innovative Pedagogies in Practice (2021) with Artur da Rosa Pires. She is one of the founders of AESOP’s open access, double-blind peer-reviewed journal Transactions of AESOP.
Christopher Silver, PhD, FAICP is Professor of Urban and Regional Planning who joined the faculty at UF in 2006 as Dean of the College of Design, Construction and Planning (until 2016). Previously he served as Head of the Department of Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (1998-2006) and as Professor of Planning and Associate Dean at Virginia Commonwealth University. He is a four-time Fulbright Senior Scholar in Indonesia and hold honorary professorships at the University of Indonesia and the Institute of Technology, Bandung. Silver’s scholarship includes 8 books (authored, co-authored and edited), 16 book chapters and 18 refereed articles. His initial publications dealt with race, politics and planning in the United States, including Twentieth Century Richmond: Planning, Politics and Race (1984) and (with John Moeser) The Separate City: Black Communities in Urban South, 1940-1968 (1995). Teaching, consulting and researching in Indonesia led to Planning the Megacity: Jakarta in the Twentieth Century (2008), (with Victoria Beard and Faranak Miraftab) Decentralization and Planning: Contested Spaces for Public Action in the Global South (2008) and (with Andrea Frank) Urban Planning Education: Beginnings, Global Movement and Future Prospects (2018). His current publications focus on urban flood risk and water management in Jakarta. He is a past co-editor of the Journal of the American Planning Association and the founding editor of the Journal of Planning History. He served as president of the Society of American City Planning History, vice president and president of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, chair of the Global Planning Education Association Network, and Executive Secretary of the International Planning History Society.