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@ University of Hawaii - Planning with nature in urban planing and city expansion

urban, planning, city, metropolitan, people, city, garden, park, green, sustainable, ecocity, ecology, policy, design, planner, government,
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Transcript of @ University of Hawaii - Planning with nature in urban planing and city expansion

PLANNING WITH NATURE
IN URBAN PLANNING AND CITY EXPANSION
Background
Concepts & theories
Selected policy tools
“City for all”;
Governmental personnel and quality;
Political will, solidarity view;
Equation of co-responsibility;
Negotiation;
Financial plans;
Creating incentives;
Educating.
Ebenezer Howard
(1850 - 1928)
Design with nature
Ian McHarg (1920 - 2001)
Case study
Sustainable city or ecocity
compact city
linear city
gradually and partly development
multi-nodal city
urban sprawl
combination
environmentally friendly
and sustainable
history
Garden City
not made by either governmental authorities or businessmen but by individuals
most widely celebrated book on
land use planning and landscape architecture
first pioneer promoting an ecological view
“environmental impact assessment, new community development, coastal zone management, brown fields restoration, zoo design, river corridor planning, and ideas about sustainability and regenerative design” [Steiner, 2004]
Sherry Trang Vuong
Hanoi Architecture University - University of Hawaii
Garden City Movement
Welwyn Garden City
"Cities should be a solution,
not a problem for human beings."
Thank you for your attention!
New Towns Act in England
United States
Canada
Argentina
Bhutan
Australia
Israel
Woodbourne neighborhood of Boston
Pittsburgh's Chatham Village
Garden City, New York
Sunnyside, Queens
Jackson Heights, Queens
Forest Hills Gardens, Queens
Radburn, New Jersey
Greenbelt, Maryland
Lake Vista neighborhood in New Orleans
Norris, Tennessee
Baldwin Hills Village in Los Angeles
Newport News, Virginia's Hilton Village
Cleveland suburb of Shaker Heights
Colonel Light Gardens, Adelaide
Sunshine, Melbourne
Ontario
Amelia Island Plantation, Florida
Sanibel Islands, Florida
WMRT
Minneapolis Denver Miami
New Orleans Washington
architecture
firm
Wallace + McHarg + Roberts + Todd
alarming rate of pollution
Richard Register
minimize required inputs of energy, water, food, waste output of heat, air pollution, methane, carbon dioxide and water pollution
a city that can feed and power itself
Clonburris, Ireland

Gothenburg and Älvstaden, Sweden

Kalundborg industrial park, Denmark
just a marketing strategy
eco-city oriented in Europe
Korea: Ubiquitous Ecocity Planning
for 40 cities & communities;
China: Dongtan Ecocity;
Vietnam: Hung Yen Ecopark; ...
new ecologically-sound housing developments may not be affordable by locals and could become suburban housing for the rich !
but in some cases
in some other cases
private predominance
& spontaneous development
ecological footprint, carbon neutrality, zero-emission transport, zero-energy building, smart city, intelligent city
99%
85%
28
1 50 square meter
1
environmental justice
solves the flooding
aesthetic and recreational values
interconnect among parks
every city can obtain
significant change
within two years
discrepancy
applicable & possible
and a must-have strong influence
colonial cities
Da Lat, Vietnam New Delhi, India
Jamie Lerner
Curitiba city
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