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Low‐Carbon Cities The Future of Urban Planning

Low‐Carbon Cities The Future of Urban Planning (Master’s Program in Sustainable Urban Regeneration Series)

  • 大西 隆(編著)/ 菅 正史(著)/ Department of Urban Engineering,Graduate School of Engineering,the University of Tokyo(編)/ 小林 光(編著)/ 竹本 和彦(著)/ 中上 英俊(著)/ 松橋 啓介(著)/ 竹内 恒夫(著)/ 松行 美帆子(著)/ 大野 輝之(著)/ 高橋 輝一(著)
  • 1 Urban Planning for a Low‐Carbon Society / Takashi Onishi
    • 1−1 Global environmental issues and cities
    • 1−2 Measures cities can adopt to address global warming
    • 1−3 Low‐carbon strategies for sustainable urban planning
    • 1−4 Deployment of urban planning for low‐carbon cities
  • 2 Measures to Address Climate Change in Japan and Overseas / Kazuhiko Takemoto
    • 2−1 Scientific knowledge on climate change
    • 2−2 International efforts in addressing climate change
    • 2−3 Actions taken by Japan
    • 2−4 Approaches in other countries
    • 2−5 Toward the future
  • 3 Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Commercial Buildings / Hidetoshi Nakagami
    • 3−1 Energy consumption in Japan’s commercial sector
    • 3−2 Design technologies for constructing low‐carbon buildings
    • 3−3 Building Energy Management Systems(BEMS)
    • 3−4 Area energy networks
    • 3−5 Energy Service Companies(ESCO)
    • 3−6 Dissemination of low‐carbon buildings
  • 4 Reducing Carbon Dioxide Emissions in the Transport Sector / Keisuke Matsuhashi
    • 4−1 Vision of environmentally sustainable transport
    • 4−2 Transport scenarios in 2020 and 2050
    • 4−3 Actions to realize the vision
  • 5 A New Eco‐Conscious Urban Lifestyle / Hikaru Kobayashi
    • 5−1 The potential of emission reduction measures in the residential sector
    • 5−2 Giving resident’s environmental approaches a better chance of success
    • 5−3 Urban planning to enable successful actions by residents
  • 6 Intercity Cooperation on Reducing Greenhouse Gases / Tsuneo Takeuchi
    • 6−1 Long‐term roadmap for reducing CO2 emissions in the Nagoya metropolitan area
    • 6−2 Roadmap for intercity cooperation in making large‐scale CO2 emission cuts across a broad region
    • 6−3 Comparison of climate policy and measures in Japanese,American and German cities
  • 7 Sustainable Urban Planning with Strategies for Low‐Carbon Cities / Mihoko Matsuyuki
    • 7−1 Strategies for low‐carbon cities
    • 7−2 Sustainable low‐carbon urban planning in England using sustainability appraisal
    • 7−3 Formulating sustainable urban master plans with strategies for low‐carbon cities
  • 8 Turning Tokyo Into a Low‐Carbon City / Teruyuki Ohno
    • 8−1 The significance of Tokyo’s cap and trade program
    • 8−2 Tokyo’s cap and trade program
    • 8−3 Tokyo’s cap and trade program in detail
    • 8−4 Tokyo’s role as a city and as a sub‐national government
  • 9 Initiatives in Japan and Other Countries to Create Low‐Carbon Cities
    • 9−1 Planning and working toward a zero‐carbon city / Takashi Onishi ; Kiichi Takahashi
    • 9−2 Compact urban planning using streetcars / Takashi Onishi ; Kiichi Takahashi
    • 9−3 Achieving negative CO2 emissions through forest management and biomass use / Kiichi Takahashi ; Takashi Onishi
    • 9−4 District planning efforts / Kiichi Takahashi ; Takashi Onishi
    • 9−5 Examples of applications of renewable energy / Masashi Suga
    • 9−6 Moves in Europe toward the creation of low‐carbon cities / Kiichi Takahashi ; Takashi Onishi
    • 9−7 Structural reform to the city energy system / Tsuneo Takeuchi