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Smart green cities : toward a carbon neutral world

Author: Woodrow W Clark; Grant Cooke
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Offers a comprehensive overview of what global cities are doing to become sustainable. Woodrow W Clark II and Grant Cooke have produced a book that is both practical and visionary. This book offers a  Read more...

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Additional Physical Format: Smart green cities : toward a carbon neutral world / Woodrow Clark II and Grant Cooke.
London [etc] : Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2016
1 vol. (XIII-350 p.)
978-1-4724-5554-3
(ABES)192725823
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Woodrow W Clark; Grant Cooke
ISBN: 9781315609386 131560938X 9781472455543 1472455541
OCLC Number: 1001808122
Description: 1 fichier en ligne (XIII-350 p.)
Details: Configuration requise : navigateur internet, lecteur PDF.
Contents: Introduction1. Modern Civilization is the City How cities evolved-the Romans were engineering geniusesHalf the world's population lives in a cityNational strategies since WWII - cities need to be builtExpansion of cities2. Key Problems Facing Modern Cities Global impact: climate change and carbon emissionsHigher crime, geopolitical terror, need for security with corruption and white collar crimesInfrastructures: energy, transportation, water, waste, and telecommunications. Personal and family needs: food and housing-example of London requiring 20 percent of new housing, public housing? What about safety, medical care, and social services?Business and commercial developmentResults today in urban areas: congestion, health costs and politics3. The Green Industrial Revolution What is it and what will it do.Prior books and theories: First, Second and Third Industrial Revolutions all add up to the GIR4. Smart, Green is Sustainable Overview of sustainability-what's it all aboutWhy it is so important to create SGCs?Main elements are: local and regional plans, integration of all systems, renewable energy, storage, smart grids, finance and funding.5. Technologies that Make a City Smart and GreenStorage Technologies & V2G Power storage in electric carsSmart, Green Grids & China's Leading Smart GridGreener Waste CollectingEmerging Green Technologies A Revolution in Lighting Technologies and Peak Demand ResponseCool Roofs Will Offset Carbon Nanotechnology -"Really" small thingsRegeneration Braking: From Trains to Cars to Trains and Back AgainCombined Heat and Power-CHP.Heat Pumps and Seawater Heat PumpsBiofuel: A Transitional Energy PowerAlgae as a Biofuel SourceWaste to EnergyHydrogen-a breakthrough technologyCommercializing Emerging Technologies 6. Sustainable Green Transport Transportation-autos, buses, walking and bicyclesNew emerging technologies: electric and hydrogen fuel cell carsIntegrated into other infrastructures: water, waste, WiFi, Regional transportation: maglev trains, water and air travel7. China-Revolutionary Green Transformation Five-Year Plans - evaluation and planning with financeRegional studies and plans implemented: case of IMARCivic capitalism: concern with economic growth that is good for everyoneInternational and regional role model 8. The Next Economics for a Greener WorldThe world is round: climate change and economics are tied togetherWestern economics: neo-classical Adam Smith Economics as a scienceCritical area: stop dependency on fossil fuelsMiddle-eastConflictsTerroristsResolution of political issues: Israel and othersUse of economics in Smart Green CitiesFinance and funding transformation9. Smart Ecocities-New Ideas for Urban Living. The Ecocity movement. From Berkeley to Australia. History, background and focus Future plans and implementation process Case studies including Copenhagen, Madsar & UC Davis West Village10. The Smart Green CitiesEnd of the Oil AgeThe Green Industrial Revolution Impact on CitiesTowards a Greener FutureGrid Parity and Energy DeflationWhat makes a Smart, Green City? Berlin's Plan to Become Carbon Neutral Appendices-Detailed Case StudiesA) Quay Valley Ranch by Grant CookeB) Berlin by Cornina Alternburg, Fritz Reusswig and Wiebke LassC) Potsdam by Cornina Alternburg and Fritz Reusswig,D) Vilnius by Natalija Lepkova and Dalia BardauskienneE) Asia-Pacific by Steffen LehmannF) Mauritius by V. Oree, A. Khoodaruth, M.K. Elahee and Woodrow W. Clark IIG) Smart Green MicroCities by Naved Jafry and Garson Silvers
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Garson Silvers & Naved Jafry are Con-Artist!

by dave.smith2018 (WorldCat user published 2019-10-11) Poor Permalink

SCAM ALERT FOR THIS GROUP.  GOOGLE GARSON SILVERS & NAVED JAFRY TO SEE THE SCAMS THEY ARE INVOLVED IN! They run Ponzi Schemes through fake companies. www.zeons.org and www.zeons.org/zmu all 100% a SCAM!

 

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/mar/17/johnson-joy-naved-jafry-housing-department-religious-charity

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