People in Yubari

I recently came across an image of Yubari on Twitter. It was not tagged as being in Yubari, but I recognised the building immediately and knew exactly where it was. What struck me was that whilst the building the person (and others) had been ‘exploring’ was indeed derelict, it was only a hundred metres away… Read More People in Yubari

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NEW PAPER: urban greening, equity, and climate adaptation

Originally posted on Urban Green Adaptation Diary This post summarises the main findings of the paper ‘What might ‘just green enough’ urban development mean in the context of climate change adaptation? The case of urban greenspace planning in Taipei Metropolis, Taiwan’, which we have had published in World Development. What is the key point of this paper?… Read More NEW PAPER: urban greening, equity, and climate adaptation

NEW PAPER: competences for managing sustainability transitions through urban planning

The purpose of this post is to summarise a new paper which has just been published in Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning. The paper, titled ‘Management of sustainability transitions through planning in shrinking resource city contexts: an evaluation of Yubari City, Japan’, looks at the actions undertaken at the municipal level in Yubari City,… Read More NEW PAPER: competences for managing sustainability transitions through urban planning