978-613-8-92180-6

Vision 2040 for Greater Khartoum Sustainable City

Eco City - Eco Neighborhood - Eco Buildings

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Summary:

The first approach for environmental sustainable development to the global community was introduced in 1992 in the United Nations conference on environment and development, the "Earth Summit", that took place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Defining sustainable development as the one that meets the needs of the present generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Therefore, the study will focus on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals UN-SDGs and the making of sustainable cities. The aim of the research is to propose a framework to transform Greater Khartoum into a sustainable city and to find out criteria for an assessment method that is applicable for Greater Khartoum, which includes: providing safe affordable housing and basic services, sustainable transportation, sustainable home settlements in the three towns, protect culture and natural heritage, reduce waste including water, air and solid waste, public access, green-space, support positive economic, social and environmental links between urban and rural areas, national and local disaster risk reduction strategies, inter-linkages and implications for policy-making.

Author:

Dr. Hind Abdel Moneim Khogali Osman

Biographie:

Dr. Hind Abdel Mmoneim Khogali. PhD in Architecture Philosophy (2019). Consultant Architecture Engineering and Fellowship in Architecture (2018). MSc in Environmental Studies. BSc in Architecture Engineering, Ain Shams University. Dar Al Uloom University College of Architecture Engineering and Digital Design, Saudi Arabia, Riyadh City University.

Number of Pages:

212

Book language:

English

Published On:

2020-07-20

ISBN:

978-613-8-92180-6

Publishing House:

Scholars' Press

Keywords:

Eco City, Eco Neighborhood, Eco Buildings

Product category:

ARCHITECTURE / General