The Urban Harvest Approach as an Aid for Sustainable Urban Resource Planning

@inproceedings{AgudeloVera2012TheUH,
  title={The Urban Harvest Approach as an Aid for Sustainable Urban Resource Planning},
  author={Claudia M Agudelo-Vera and Adriaan R Mels and Karel J. Keesman and Huub H.M. Rijnaarts},
  year={2012}
}
Now that more than half of the world's population lives in cities, improving urban resource cycles is crucial for sustainable urban development. Currently cities are highly dependent on external supplies of water, energy, nutrients, and other materials, while local possibilities of self‐production of such resources are generally overlooked. This article describes a novel method, the urban harvest approach (UHA), its rationale, and the steps toward sustainable urban resource planning. The UHA is… CONTINUE READING

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