The transition toward “post-carbon city” imposes new paradigms in the policy makers agenda. It requires a burst in the carbon-dependency of our urban systems, which has lead to current high levels of greenhouse gases. There is a need to establish new types of cities that are low-carbon as well as environmentally, socially and economically sustainable.

In the current transition, new uncertainties and vulnerabilities of cities are emerging, that require an holistic evaluation approach and new integrated collaborative methods and tools with the aim at assisting urban planners, built environment stakeholders and policy makers in their efforts to plan, design and manage post-carbon cities.

establish new paradigms for low-carbon, sustainable cities


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