Volume 18 No 9 (2020)
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Sustainable City Planning : Strategies and Era
Navneet Anand, Bhawana Kalra
The speedy urbanization of the 21st century has added about remarkable challenges and opportunities, compelling town planners to include sustainable practices to make sure the well-being of current and destiny generations. This summary explores the multifaceted dimensions of sustainable town making plans, that specialize in modern strategies and the current generation's transformative impacts. Sustainable city making plans includes a holistic approach that considers environmental, social, and financial factors to create resilient city spaces. Environmental sustainability is carried out through green infrastructure, renewable electricity sources, and waste management structures designed to limit ecological footprints. Social sustainability emphasizes inclusivity, accessibility, and community engagement, fostering a feel of belonging amongst numerous populations. Economic sustainability includes the development of vibrant, job-rich economies that sell prosperity with out compromising environmental and social integrity. In the present day generation, technological improvements play a pivotal role in shaping sustainable town making plans techniques. Smart metropolis answers leverage records and connectivity to decorate aid performance, optimize visitors management, and improve public offerings. The integration of artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things (IoT) facilitates real-time monitoring and choice-making, contributing to greater adaptive and responsive urban environments. Policy frameworks and governance structures are essential drivers of sustainable town planning. Local and national governments, at the side of global corporations, collaborate to set up policies and incentives that promote sustainable development. Public-non-public partnerships have emerged as powerful .
Sustainable City Planning, Urbanization, Environmental Sustainability, Social Inclusivity, Economic Resilience
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