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Sharing cities : a case for truly smart and sustainable cities

Author: Duncan McLaren; Julian Agyeman
Publisher: Cambridge, Massachusetts : The MIT Press, [2015]
Series: Urban and industrial environments
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The work makes a case for understanding cities as shared spaces and venues for collaboration; and proposes policies and practices to share cities fairly. It argues that with modern technologies the intersection of urban space and cyberspace provides an unrivalled platform for more just, inclusive andenvironmentally efficient economies and societies rooted in a sharing culture.
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Genre/Form: Livres numériques
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Duncan McLaren; Julian Agyeman
ISBN: 0262329700 9780262329705
OCLC Number: 944219878
Notes: Versement en lot.
Awards: Winner of Named one of Nature's "Books and Arts" blog as a top 20 for 2015..
Description: 1 ressource en ligne (x, 445 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Case study: San Francisco. Sharing consumption : the city as platform --
Case study: Seoul. Sharing production : the city as collective commons --
Case study: Copenhagen. Sharing politics : the city as public realm --
Case study: Medellín. Sharing society : reclaiming the city --
Case study: Amsterdam. The sharing city : understanding and acting on the sharing paradigm --
Case study: Bengaluru. Synthesis.
Series Title: Urban and industrial environments
Responsibility: Duncan McLaren and Julian Agyeman.

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The work makes a case for understanding cities as shared spaces and venues for collaboration; and proposes policies and practices to share cities fairly. It argues that with modern technologies the intersection of urban space and cyberspace provides an unrivalled platform for more just, inclusive andenvironmentally efficient economies and societies rooted in a sharing culture.

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