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Cities and sustainable development: what is coming next?

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"Can cities be planned in such a way as to be more energy efficient?" asked Breheny in 1992. Two decades later, city planners are able to answer the question positively. Required technology, skills and know-how now exist to make the city greener. All of this, of course, is still very new and change cannot happen on a finger-snap. But it is no longer more than a matter of time.


(1) BREHENY, M. J., " Sustainable Development and Urban Form " in European research in regional science, Vol. 2, 1992.

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