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- Describes and explores resilience concept in urban planning as an applicable term.
There is consensus in literature that urban areas have become increasingly vulnerable to the outcomes of economic restructuring under the neoliberal political economic ideology. The increased frequency and widening diversity of problems offer evidence that the socio-economic and spatial policies, planning and practices introduced under the neoliberal agenda can no longer be sustained. As this shortfall was becoming more evident among urban policymakers, planners, and researchers in different parts of the world, a group of discontent researchers began searching for new approaches to addressing the increasing vulnerabilities of urban systems in the wake of growing socio-economic and ecological problems. This book is the joint effort of those who have long felt that contemporary planning systems and policies are inadequate in preparing cities for the future in an increasingly neoliberalising world. It argues that “resilience thinking” can form the basis of an alternative approach to planning. Drawing upon case studies from five cities in Europe, namely Lisbon, Porto, Istanbul, Stockholm, and Rotterdam, the book makes an exploration of the resilience perspective, raising a number of theoretical debates, and suggesting a new methodological approach based on empirical evidence. This book provides insights for intellectuals exploring alternative perspectives and principles of a new planning approach.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Chapter 1: Introduction: Resilience Thinking in Urban Planning
Ayda Eraydin and Tuna Taşan-Kok.
- Chapter 2: “Resilience Thinking” for Planning
- Chapter 3: Conceptual Overview of Resilience: History and Context
Tuna Taşan-Kok, Dominic Stead and Peiwen Lu.
- Chapter 4: Urban Resilience and Spatial Dynamics
Sara Santos Cruz, João Pedro Costa, Silvia Ávila de Sousa and Paulo Pinho.
- Chaper 5: Analysing the Socio-spatial Vulnerability to Drivers of Globalisation in Lisbon, Oporto, Istanbul, Stockholm and Rotterdam
Tuna Taşan-Kok and Dominic Stead.
- Chapter 6: Systems, Cultures, Styles: Spatial Planning in Portugal, Turkey, Sweden and the Netherlands
Sofia Morgado and Luís Dias.
- Chapter 7: Managing Urban Change in Five European Urban Agglomerations: Key Policy Documents and Institutional Frameworks
- Chapter 8: Evaluating Resilience in Planning
Paulo Pinho, Vítor Oliveira and Ana Martins.
- Chapter 9: Assessing Urban Resilience in the Metropolitan Area of Lisbon: the Case of Alcântara
Luís Dias, Sofia Morgado and João Pedro Costa.
- Chapter 10: Evaluating Urban Policies from a Resilient Perspective: The Case of Oporto
Vítor Oliveira, Ana Martins and Sara Santos Cruz.
- Chapter 11: The Evaluation of Different Processes of Spatial Development from a Resilience Perspective in Istanbul
Ayda Eraydin, Ali Türel and Deniz Altay Kaya.
- Chapter 12: Urban Resilience and Polycentricity – the Case of the Stockholm Urban Agglomeration
Peter Schmitt, Lisbeth Greve Harbo, Asli Tepecik Diş and Anu Henriksson.
- Chapter 13: Urban Resilience, Climate Change and Land-Use Planning in Rotterdam
Dominic Stead and Tuna Taşan-Kok.
- Chapter 14: The Evaluation of Findings and Future of Resilience Thinking in Planning
Ayda Eraydin and Tuna Taşan-Kok.