The challenge of changing travel behaviours

Roger Behrens| December 20th 2016|Categories: RESOURCE MANAGEMENT & ENERGY EFFICIENCY, SUPPORTING SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY|Tags: , , , , , , |

Urban travel requirements are constantly changing, and so are the challenges that cities face in keeping their inhabitants mobile. In an interview with URBANET, Roger Behrens (University of Cape Town) talks about the importance of accessibility, the challenges for local governments and the changing travel dynamics in South Africa.

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Integrated Resource Management in Asian cities: The Urban Nexus

Ruth Erlbeck & Ralph Trosse| October 11th 2016|Categories: REALISING INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT, RESOURCE MANAGEMENT & ENERGY EFFICIENCY|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

The "Urban Nexus" is a theoretical and technical approach to integrated urban development. It introduces innovative and environmentally-friendly engineering solutions to improve the physical infrastructure of cities, and also promotes people-centered development. Our authors Ruth Erlbeck and Ralph Trosse describe how a low-cost, climate change resilient pilot house was built in the Philippines as part of the Nexus project.

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