New Towns and Satellite Cities in their Metropolises
Edited By Pascaline Gaborit
This publication gathers together contributions from different experts involved in the EAST (Euro Asia Sustainable Towns) project. The contributors originate from India, China, Switzerland, Germany, the Netherlands, the United States and France, and come from a variety of different backgrounds, including academic researchers, urban planners, architects, political scientists and practitioners.
Municipal Solid Waste Management – Implementing Best Practices in Europe & Asia
Municipal Solid Waste Management
Implementing Best Practices in Europe & Asia
PhD Candidate at the German-Chinese Graduate School of Global Politics, Free University of Berlin & Renmin University of China, Asia Fellow of ESSCA School of Management, Shanghai
This article will analyse the relevance of municipal solid waste (MSW) for urban planning and sustainable city management. Sharing best practices and learning from existing practices with regard to MSW will be considered a possible building block for cooperation between Europe and Asia. Hence, this article considers MSW in Germany and China as two case studies of how waste management can work and proposes a number of policy recommendations on how to ameliorate the situation.
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