Reviews and Perspectives on Smart and Sustainable Metropolitan and Regional Cities
Yigitcanlar, Tan (editor)
The notion of smart and sustainable cities offers an integrated and holistic approach to urbanism by aiming to achieve the long-term goals of urban sustainability and resilience. In essence, a smart and sustainable city is an urban locality that functions as a robust system of systems with sustainable practices to generate desired outcomes and futures for all humans and non-humans. This book contributes to improving research and practice in smart and sustainable metropolitan as well as regional cities and urbanism by bringing together literature reviews and scholarly perspective pieces, forming an open access knowledge warehouse. It contains contributions that offer insights into research and practice in smart and sustainable metropolitan and regional cities by producing in-depth conceptual debates and perspectives, insights from the literature and best practice, and thoroughly identified research themes and development trends. This book serves as a repository of relevant information, material, and knowledge to support research, policymaking, practice, and the transferability of experiences to address challenges in establishing smart and sustainable metropolitan as well as regional cities and urbanism in the era of climate change, biodiversity collapse, natural disasters, pandemics, and socioeconomic inequalities.
Keywordsregional towns; regional cities; regional Australia; regional lifestyle location; regional innovation system; regional turnaround; post-pandemic urban growth; COVID-19 impact; regional planning; sustainable urban development; smart cities; blockchain; building information management (BIM); city information management (CIM); sustainable building; life cycle; VOSviewer; commuting; employment; housing price; GDP; income; big data; prediction; urbanization; sustainability; corporate social responsibility; ready-made garments; framework for strategic sustainable development; Bangladesh; PCB shield; HX711; amplifier chip; Sim900A; e-commerce; virtual store; firmware; embedded system; virtual reality and haptic sensing; urban sustainability; sustainable behavior; sustainability understanding; awareness; perception; attitude; pro-environmental behavior; influencing factors; Turkey; Istanbul; sustainable city; sustainable development; environmental performance; online platform; municipalities; artificial intelligence (AI); green AI; sustainable AI; responsible AI; ethical AI; explainable AI; AI regulation; green sensing; sustainable development goals; waste sorting; supply chain redesigning; function allocation; path planning; incinerable waste; smart city; smart city industry; industrial ecosystem; input–output analysis; structural path analysis; knowledge-based development; knowledge-based urban development; smart and sustainable city; local development; urban development; knowledge cities world summit; international events; Bento Gonçalves; Brazil; technology; governance; knowledge workers; knowledge precincts; open data; Gold Coast; digital engineering; information requirements; infrastructure asset management; technology integration matrix; master-planned estate; community; community identity; social connectedness; social infrastructure: physical infrastructure; housing developments; longitudinal study; social capital; neighbourhoods; sustainable social development; ecological study; ordinal logistic regression; northern Sweden; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021
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