Dialogues of sustainable urbanisation: Social science research and transitions to urban contexts

August 9, 2015

In this just published “book of blogs”, an innovative publication format, the authors Tobias Luthe and Jan Silberberger report about their research on sustainability assessment in urban areas, comparing the Ecological Footprint methodology with the CIRCLE multi-criteria indicator tool:

ASSESSING AND COMMUNICATING URBAN SUSTAINABILITY: COMPARING THE ECOLOGICAL FOOTPRINT AND THE CERCLE MULTI-CRITERIA INDICATOR SET

TOBIAS LUTHE AND JAN SILBERBERGER

Towards an integrative sustainability assessment approach. Link to the article: http://isscbookofblogs.pressbooks.com/chapter/assessing-and-communicating-urban-sustainability-comparing-the-ecological-footprint-and-the-cercle-multi-criteria-indicator-set/

Link to the book of blogs: Dialogues of sustainable urbanisation: Social science research and transitions to urban contexts | : Social science research and transitions to urban contexts.

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