Strong Sustainability vs. Weak Sustainability

Strong Sustainability vs. Weak Sustainability

  • 30.04.2018
  • Smart City Model, Sustainable Environment

Nowadays the human economic activities such as extraction, production, consumption and discard have reached enormous scales to meet the needs of the present. As a consequence, the quality of the ecosystem services declines rapidly bringing up the issue of sustainability.

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Reducing carbon footprints by growing food in cities

Reducing carbon footprints by growing food in cities

  • 03.05.2018
  • Smart Governance

How do we go about educating and motivating individuals, specifically within an urban environment, to become responsible citizens, willing to be held accountable for their part in contributing to a cleaner, greener planet? Education for all ages is needed so that cities can grow into sustainable systems which will provide clean water for all, safe housing, schooling, healthcare, affordable, healthy food and open green spaces for relaxation and recreation.

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High Capacity public transport systems

High Capacity public transport systems

  • 08.05.2018
  • Smart City Monitor, ISO 31720

The invention of steam power engine in the turn of 19th century sparked mass industrialisation, the rapid growth of cities and development of railway grids that connected them.

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