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Eco-city

Ecological cities are balanced with human society and balanced between humans and nature.
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In line with the effort to be green, a lot of Ecocities are being built nowadays.
Build sponge ecocities to adapt hydroclimatic hazards.
This year's conference focuses on building ecocities in challenging environments, and is also being supported by the UAE ministry of Foreign Affairs, Abu Dhabi emirate's urban regulator, the Urban Planning Council, besides renewable energy company Masdar.
With the conference theme 'Ecocities in Challenging Environments', the Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council (UPC) will play a prominent role at the summit, showcasing its Estidama sustainable development framework to an international audience and leading talks on ecological urban growth.
Local, regional, and international participants are to collaborate, exchange ideas and experiences that will guide the development of ecocities in challenging environments.
Todd N J, Todd J, 1993 From Ecocities to Living Machines: Principles of Ecological Design (North Atlantic Books, Berkeley, CA)
(17) See AMANDA RHOADS ET AL., PORTLAND MULTNOMAH FOOD POL'Y COUNCIL, THE DIGGABLE CITY 8 (2006), available at http://www.portlandoregon.gov/bps/article/122595 ("Retail sales and service uses are not allowed in many of the zones where agriculture is either an allowed use or can be allowed as a conditional use."); see also ECOCITIES 248 (Richard Register ed., rev.
A major difficulty in moving toward ecocities is that cars have influenced urban design for 100 years.
et al., "Management Strategies for Ecocities of Sustainable Development", in Chinese Journal of Population Resources and Environment, 2 (1), 2004, p.
And he hopes that they will also rein in some of the grander fantasies of architects and developers--such as the self-contained ecocities planned for China.
science teachers, the issues raised by protecting polar bears, the mismanagement of media relations by many federal agencies, the development of ecocities in China and the need for better funding of graduate students and early-career researchers (also discussed in this issue by Nobel laureate Thomas Cech on Page 32).