Delivering Sustainable Infrastructure that Supports the Urban Built Environment
- Delivering Sustainable Infrastructure that Supports the Urban Built Environment
- Boyle, Carol
Mihelcic, James R.
Culligan, Patricia J.
Lyles, Lionel D.
Schnoor, Jerald L.
Zimmerman, Julie B.
- Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics
Engineering and Applied Science
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- Environmental Science & Technology
- Reprinted with permission from Environmental Science & Technology. Copyright 2010 American Chemical Society.
- Over 50% of the global population now lives in urban areas. Over the past century, urban areas have expanded at a
greater rate than population growth, increasing requirements
for resources and producing greater impacts on the natural
environment. Urban societies have also changed, with a
greater diversity of cultures, high population densities, and
rising demand for services, resulting in an increasing
complexity of human urban systems. Urban systems influence
and are influenced by infrastructure systems, which
affect the design and management of the built, social, and
natural environments, including future infrastructure decisions.
- Environmental science
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- Carol Boyle, Gavin Mudd, James R. Mihelcic, Paul Anastas, Terry Collins, Patricia J. Culligan, Marc Edwards, Jeremy Gabe, Patricia Gallagher, Susan Handy, Jehng-Jung Kao, Susan Krumdieck, Lionel D. Lyles, Ian Mason, Ron Mcdowall, Annie Pearce, Chris Riedy, John Russell, Jerald L. Schnoor, Maya Trotz, Roger Venables, Julie B. Zimmerman, Valerie Fuchs, Sarah Miller, Shannon Page, Karen Reeder-Emery, 2010, Delivering Sustainable Infrastructure that Supports the Urban Built Environment, Columbia University Academic Commons, http://hdl.handle.net/10022/AC:P:10463.