Remaking Post-Industrial Cities: Lessons from North America and Europe examines the transformation of post-industrial cities after the collapse of big industry in the 1980s, presenting a holistic approach to restoring post-industrial cities ...
Author: Donald Carter
Category: City planning
Remaking Post-Industrial Cities: Lessons from North America and Europe examines the transformation of post-industrial cities after the precipitous collapse of big industry in the 1980s on both sides of the Atlantic, presenting a holistic approach to restoring post-industrial cities. Developed from the influential 2013 Remaking Cities Conference, conference chair Don Carter brings together ten in-depth case studies of cities across North America and Europe, documenting their recovery from 1985 to 2015. Each chapter discusses the history of the city, its transformation, and prospects for the future. The cases cross-cut these themes with issues crucial to the resilience of post-industrial cities including sustainability; doing more with less; public engagement and equity (social, economic and environmental), the most important issue cities face today and for the foreseeable future. Remaking Post-Industrial Cities provides essential "lessons learned" from the mistakes and successes of these cities, and is an invaluable resource for practitioners and students of planning, urban design, urban redevelopment, economic development and public and social policy.
Lessons from North America and Europe Donald K. Carter. “Remaking Post-Industrial Cities tells the incredible story of the death and life of Rustbelt cities across America and the world. It chronicles the ways that cities like ...
Author: Donald K. Carter
Remaking Post-Industrial Cities: Lessons from North America and Europe examines the transformation of post-industrial cities after the precipitous collapse of big industry in the 1980s on both sides of the Atlantic, presenting a holistic approach to restoring post-industrial cities. Developed from the influential 2013 Remaking Cities Congress, conference chair Donald K. Carter brings together ten in-depth case studies of cities across North America and Europe, documenting their recovery from 1985 to 2015. Each chapter discusses the history of the city, its transformation, and prospects for the future. The cases cross-cut these themes with issues crucial to the resilience of post-industrial cities including sustainability; doing more with less; public engagement; and equity (social, economic and environmental), the most important issue cities face today and for the foreseeable future. This book provides essential "lessons learned" from the mistakes and successes of these cities, and is an invaluable resource for practitioners and students of planning, urban design, urban redevelopment, economic development and public and social policy.
Contrasts in agglomeration: Proto-industrial, industrial and post-industrial form compared. ... The Upper Silesian industrial region. ... Remaking postindustrial cities lessons from North America and Europe (pp. 187–209).
Author: Waldemar Cudny
This book presents multidimensional socio-economic transformations taking place in the post-socialist cities located in selected countries of the Central European region. The analysis includes case studies from the Eastern part of Germany (Chemnitz, Leipzig), Poland (Łódź, Kielce, Katowice conurbation, and peripheral urban centres from Eastern Poland), Slovakia (Bratislava, Nitra), the Czech Republic (Olomouc, Brno), and from Hungary (Pécs). The analysed urban areas have undergone far-reaching political and socio-economic changes in the last 30 years. These changes began with the collapse of communism and the centrally planned economy system in the region of Central Europe. The beginning of this period, often referred to as post-socialist transformation, dates back to 1989. The consequence of the aforementioned political processes was the multifaceted socio-economic and demographic changes that significantly affected urban areas in Central Europe. This book presents an attempt to summarize the main long-term processes of changes taking place in these urban areas and to identify contemporary and future trends in their socio-economic development. The book will be valuable to undergraduate and postgraduate students in human geography, urban studies, economy, and city marketing, especially with an interest in Central Europe.
Europe is focusing on the need to start from the bottom-up to build a truly European model that is sustainable, locally driven, ... In D. K. Carter (Ed.), Book remaking postindustrial cities: Lessons from North American and Europe.
Author: Igor Calzada
Category: Political Science
Smart City Citizenship provides rigorous analysis for academics and policymakers on the experimental, data-driven, and participatory processes of smart cities to help integrate ICT-related social innovation into urban life. Unlike other smart city books that are often edited collections, this book focuses on the business domain, grassroots social innovation, and AI-driven algorithmic and techno-political disruptions, also examining the role of citizens and the democratic governance issues raised from an interdisciplinary perspective. As smart city research is a fast-growing topic of scientific inquiry and evolving rapidly, this book is an ideal reference for a much-needed discussion. The book drives the reader to a better conceptual and applied comprehension of smart city citizenship for democratised hyper-connected-virialised post-COVID-19 societies. In addition, it provides a whole practical roadmap to build smart city citizenship inclusive and multistakeholder interventions through intertwined chapters of the book. Users will find a book that fills the knowledge gap between the purely critical studies on smart cities and those further constructive and highly promising socially innovative interventions using case study fieldwork action research empirical evidence drawn from several cities that are advancing and innovating smart city practices from the citizenship perspective. Utilises ongoing, action research fieldwork, comparative case studies for examining current governance issues, and the role of citizens in smart cities Provides definitions of new key citizenship concepts, along with a techno-political framework and toolkit drawn from a community-oriented perspective Shows how to design smart city governance initiatives, projects and policies based on applied research from the social innovation perspective Highlights citizen’s perspective and social empowerment in the AI-driven and algorithmic disruptive post-COVID-19 context in both transitional and experimental frameworks
Carter, D. (ed) (2016) Remaking Post-Industrial Cities: Lessons from North America and Europe, New York: Routledge. Checkland, S.G. (1976) The Upas Tree: Glasgow 1875–1975: A Study in Growth and Contraction, Glasgow: University of ...
Author: Kintrea, Keith
Publisher: Policy Press
Category: Social Science
Thirty years after Glasgow turned towards regeneration, indicators of its built environment, its health, economic performance and its quality of life remain below UK averages. This interdisciplinary study examines the ongoing transformation of Glasgow as it has transitioned from a de-industrial to a post-industrial city during the 21st Century. Looking at diverse issues of urban policy, regeneration, and economic and social change, it considers the evolving lived experiences of Glaswegians. Contributors explore the necessary actions required to secure the gains of regeneration and create an economically competitive, socially just and sustainable city, establishing a theory that moves beyond post-industrialism that serves as a model for similar cities globally.
The European Discourse on Urban-Rural Relationships: A New Policy and Research Agenda. Built Environment 28: 278–289. Carter, D.K. 2016. Remaking Post-Industrial Cities: Lessons from North America and Europe. Abingdon: Routledge.
Author: Evgeny Rybnov
Publisher: CRC Press
Category: Technology & Engineering
Contemporary Problems of Architecture and Construction 2020 includes contributions on various complex issues and aspects of engineering and construction of buildings and structures, protection, reconstruction and restoration of architecture, as well as intellectualization of energy and safety systems functioning urban development. The contributions were presented at the eponymous conference (ICCPAC 2020, St Petersburg, Russia, November 25-26, 2020), and cover a wide range of topics: Urban development: problems of urban construction and architecture Engineering, construction and operation of buildings and structures Implementation of building information modeling (BIM) and geo-information systems (GIS) technologies in the construction industry Energy efficiency of buildings and maintenance systems Engineering technologies of sustainable nature management and environmental protection Intellectualization and algorithmization of large cities road safety systems functioning Economics and management in construction and public utility services. Contemporary Problems of Architecture and Construction 2020 will be of interest to academics and professionals involved in the urban development, engineering technologies, architecture and construction, economics and management in construction industry.
Remaking Post-Industrial Cities: Lessons from North America and Europe (London: Routledge), pp. 210–229. Raffestin C. (1984) 'Territorializzazione, Deterritorializzazione, Riterritorializzazione e informazione', in Turco A. (ed.) ...
Author: Stefan Berger
Publisher: Springer Nature
Category: Political Science
Exploring two large economies which were heavily affected by deindustrialisation in the late twentieth century, this book provides insights into the social movements that brought about and also challenged industrial reduction in Europe. Both the Ruhr region in Germany and the Northwest of Italy experienced major structural transformation from the 1960s as a result of deindustrialisation. With contributions from experts in the field, this collection provides a comparative overview of each region, examining policy implementation, class relations, the changing political economy and environmental impact. Analysing industrial and post-industrial landscapes, urban developments and labour relations, the authors place their transnational findings within the context of the wider literature on deindustrialisation in the global North. A much-needed contribution to deindustrialisation studies, which have traditionally focused on North America and the UK, this book is a useful read for those researching deindustrialisation and the social history of Europe.
Bloomberg City Lab, June 25, ... “Peripheral Urbanization: Autoconstruction, Transversal Logics, and Politics in Cities of the Global South. ... Remaking Post-Industrial Cities: Lessons from North America and Europe.
Author: Alejandro Portes
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Certain cities—most famously New York, London, and Tokyo—have been identified as “global cities,” whose function in the world economy transcends national borders. Without the same fanfare, formerly peripheral and secondary cities have been growing in importance, emerging as global cities in their own right. The striking similarity of the skylines of Dubai, Miami, and Singapore is no coincidence: despite following different historical paths, all three have achieved newfound prominence through parallel trends. In this groundbreaking book, Alejandro Portes and Ariel C. Armony demonstrate how the rapid and unexpected rise of these three cities recasts global urban studies. They identify the constellation of factors that allow certain urban places to become “emerging global cities”—centers of commerce, finance, art, and culture for entire regions. The book traces the transformations of Dubai, Miami, and Singapore, identifying key features common to these emerging global cities. It contrasts them with “global hopefuls,” cities that, at one point or another, aspired to become global, and analyzes how Hong Kong is threatened with the loss of this status. Portes and Armony highlight the importance of climate change to the prospects of emerging global cities, showing how the same economic system that propelled their rise now imperils their future. Emerging Global Cities provides a powerful new framework for understanding the role of peripheral cities in the world economy and how they compete for and sometimes achieve global standing.
Brownfield Regeneration in European Metropolitan Areas Emmanuel Rey, Martine Laprise, Sophie Lufkin ... regenerating brownfields in Europe Carter DK (ed) (2016) Remaking post-industrial cities: lessons from North America and Europe.
Author: Emmanuel Rey
Publisher: Springer Nature
This open access book is focused on the intersection between urban brownfields and the sustainability transitions of metreopolitan areas, cities and neighbourhoods. It provides both a theoretical and practical approach to the topic, offering a thorough introduction to urban brownfields and regeneration projects as well as an operational monitoring tool. Neighbourhoods in Transition begins with an overview of historic urban development and strategic areas in the hearts of towns to be developed. It then defines several key issues related to the topic, including urban brownfields, regeneration projects, and sustainability issues related to neighbourhood development. The second part of this book is focused on support tools, explaining the challenges faced, the steps involved in a regeneration process, and offering an operational monitoring tool. It applies the unique tool to case studies in three selected neighbourhoods and the outcomes of one case study are also presented and discussed, highlighting its benefits. The audience for this book will be both professional and academic. It will support researchers as an up-to-date reference book on urban brownfield regeneration projects, and also the work of architects, urban designers, urban planners and engineers involved in sustainability transitions of the built environment.
Planning Cities for People and Places Robert Cervero, Erick Guerra, Stefan Al ... Robert Shibley, Bradshaw Hovey, and R. Teaman, “Buffalo Case Study,” in Remaking Post-Industrial Cities: Lessons from North America and Europe, ed.
Author: Robert Cervero
Publisher: Island Press
"Beyond Mobility" also seeks to rethink how projects are planned and designed in cities and suburbs at multiple geographic scales, from micro-designs such as parklets to corridors and city-regions. The book closes with a reflection on the opportunities and challenges in moving beyond mobility, with attention to emerging technologies such as self-driving cars and ride-hailing services and social equity topics such as accessibility, livability, and affordability.