Urban Metabolism for Resource-Efficient Cities: from Theory to Implementation

Title
Urban Metabolism for Resource-Efficient Cities: from Theory to Implementation
Author(s)
Josephine Kaviti Musango
Paul Klugman Currie
Blake Robinson
Year
2017
Type
Report
Source
UNEP
Abstract
This report is a review of urban resource assessment tools that can guide a city-level resource efficiency transition, using urban metabolism assessment as the guiding framework.

This study was the outcome of a collaboration between the Sustainability Institute (www.sustainabilityinstitute.net) and UN Environment (www.unep.org) under the framework of the Global Initiative for Resource Efficient Cities (www.resourceefficientcities.org).
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https://resourceefficientcities.org/2017/09/urban-metabolism-for-resource-efficient-cities-from-theory-to-implementation/

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