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Come to Indonesia. Change is in the air. Can you smell it? For less than the last decade, there are urban planning collectives that have been growing organically, on-line and off-line. They are young, energetic, and critical. They utilize technology as the platform and tool. They see phenomenon, analyze data, discuss, collaborate, and take actions....

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Smart cities utilise technological and digital solutions to resolve urban issues to enhance accessibility of services and increase quality of life (ASEAN, 2018). In 2018, Singapore leveraged its ASEAN presidency to initiate the ASEAN Smart Cities Network to develop a collaborative network to improve translation of smart technologies between ASEAN c...

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STARDUST is an EU Horizon 2020 Smart Cities project, which brings together advanced European cities (Trento, Pamplona and Tampere), thus forming into a constellation of “innovation islands” – exemplary models of smart, highly efficient, intelligent and citizen-oriented cities. Technical green solutions and innovative non-technical solutions a...

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Cities and towns account for more than two-thirds of world energy consumption, a significant proportion of which is spent on operating buildings. Ambitious national energy and emission reduction targets necessitate that energy demand due to buildings is considered as an important measure when any future evolution of a district or city is planned. N...

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Facing vulnerability of disaster in the coastal area, a disaster risk reduction planning is envolved in Kalianda as the capital of South Lampung regency. This district areas close to Anak Krakatau which one of the most actived volcano in Indonesia and caused the underwater landslide then turn generated a tsunami. One of the disaster risk reduction ...

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As globalization causes ongoing local and regional structural economic transformation processes, big challenges arise for today's urban planning. Cities struggle regenerating themselves based on new economic principles (e.g. sustainability) and new substitute industries to stabilize the urban fabric and stop further shrinkage. Methods and new plann...

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Rapidly developing new disruptive technologies and digitalization is allowing for creation of smarter cities where urban dwellers are submerged in full of ubiquitous sensors and devices urban realm. Increasing connectivity is allowing for interoperability between system giving base for conducting real time data driven policy. At the same time with ...

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Major urban corridors in Indian cities are carrying significantly high traffic leading to near saturated conditions for extended peak hours. As mixed landuse and major trip attracting/generating establishments prefer to get located along such corridors for better accessibility, significant side friction is also observed along these corridors. Among...

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The development of port cities under the background of healthy city construction should not only focus on economic growth, but also pay attention to the improvement of urban public services and environmental quality. However, many port cities are suffering from the negative impact of the rapid development of the port, that is, there are huge contra...

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The term “Goldilocks Zone” refers to the habitable zone around a star where the conditions are just right- not too hot and not too cold - for liquid water to exist on the surface of a planet. It provides a way to predict the habitability of newly found planets and moons. Just like in astronomical science, there is evidence of a public sector ...

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With the development of urbanization and the continuous development, construction and renewal of the city, the living environment of human beings has also undergone tremendous changes, such as residential community environment and service facilities, urban roads and street spaces, and urban public service formats. And the layout of the facilities, ...

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More than 50% Kapuas Hulu regency conservation area, where forests are the world's buffer zone in the face of global warming. The availability of conservation areas causes social inequality for Dayak people in Mensuai village, Kapuas Hulu Regency, West Kalimantan Province, Indonesia. This study aims to delineate management boundaries area palm oil ...

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Urban Mobility is key to any livelihood and functioning of a liveable & sustainable city. An efficient people-mover system is the backbone of urban planning. In the anticipation of population growth, urbanization and demographic changes, transport planners should adopt a long-term appreciation of transportation issues. Envisioning ahead, cities are...

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Fights over the ‘right to the city’ have emphasized the interests of the four main actors within the city development of India since the first cases of revolting social movements in Delhi. The four actors can be classified as social movements, the public, media, and the government. This paper emphasizes on the idea of Space. How space shapes pu...

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The Namma Project works towards reducing emissions and pollution from the auto rickshaw sector in Bengaluru and Chennai while fostering sustainable growth of the Auto-rickshaw sector. The project promotes a shift from 2 stroke technology to less polluting technologies (4 stroke /electric autorickshaws), in the two cities. The project is funded by t...

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The European Union is in the process of updating its energy policy and legislative framework under the motto “Clean Energy for All Europeans”. This will facilitate the low carbon energy transition, make it fit for the 21st century, and delivering the EU’s Paris Agreement commitments. Besides expected climate-energy benefits, the EU narrative ...

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In this digital and information age, there is a rising assumption that planning will change dramatically. At the same time, there is a wittnenessed increase of the potential role of media in urban research and practice, and there are many demands for democratic and communicative planning practices. In Egypt, urban planning is still centralized, lar...

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How Smart sustainable cities are dependent on components like compact development, sustainable innovations with wide information & Communication Technology. Integration of compact land use and intelligent public transport system in Smart cities releases many pressures of rapid urbanization through organised compact land use, easing out travel, prov...

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