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This book analyzes the relationship between urban development, greenhouse gases and the carbon footprint, and presents the main preventive measures that can be implemented at the design stage. Readers are provided with the knowledge needed to devise a strategy for calculating the carbon footprint of urban planning instruments, as well as a framework for integrating sustainability into the planning phase. Highlighting the importance of preventive and corrective measures, the book includes practical suggestions on how to meet sustainability requirements in urban planning designs, exploring undeveloped land reserves, urban-project design and infrastructure design, and offers a springboard for further research.
Analyzes the relationship between emissions of greenhouse gases, carbon footprint, and urban planning Presents a methodology for calculating the carbon footprint associated with urban planning instruments Provides the reader with the knowledge needed to develop and implement preventive measures Includes supplementary material: sn.pub/extras Autorentext Roberto Álvarez is an Electrical Engineer and PhD in Manufacturing Process Engineering. Currently he heads the Mechanical Engineering Degree in Nebrija University (Madrid-Spain). He has over fourteen years of experience as a lecturer in Electric Machines, Manufacturing Processes, Quality Systems and Lean Management, Environmental Science and Electric Vehicles, and acts as an expert on these topics for various companies in Spain (Hyundai, CNH2, Carrefour). Roberto Álvarez is the author of numerous articles and contributions to scientific conferences related to Lean Manufacturing, Energy and Greenhouse Gas Emissions. High profile journal outlets include Energy Policy, Energy, Land Use Policy, Journal of Automobile Engineering and Journal of Cleaner Production. He also served as a reviewer for relevant journals in the area. He has co-authored two books: Mathematics for Engineers (Ed. Paraninfo) and Legal Architecture (Ed. Munilla). He has acted as a supervisor of a PhD Thesis, and currently, he is supervising another four PhD students. Sergio Zubelzu is an Agricultural Engineer and PhD in Environment and Sustainable development. He currently works as assistant professor in the Technical University of Madrid. He has over ten years of experience as a lecturer in statistics, operation research and hydraulic as well as a consultant engineer. Sergio Zubelzu's research activities mainly concern the methodologies to simulate physical and environmental phenomena. He has authored and co-authored several articles, contributions to scientific congress and books.
Inhalt 1 Introduction: Importance of Urban Planning Carbon footprint.- 2.1 Sustainability strategic objectives.- 2.2 General methodology.- 2.3 Emission sources.- 2.4 Emission factors.- 2.5 Calculation method.- 3 Carbon footprint calculation method.- 3.1 Greenhouse gas sources.- 3.1.1 Residential.- 3.1.2 Industrial.- 3.1.3 Commercial.- 3.1.4 Public facilities.- 3.2 Concept of carbon footprint.- 3.3 Calculation of carbon footprint.- 3.3.1 Selection of GHGs.- 3.3.2 Setting boundary.- 3.3.4 Footprint calculation examples.- 4 Preventive and corrective measures and metrics.- 3 Social benefits of urban planning carbon footprint evaluation.- 5 Conclusions and future recommendations.
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