การวางแผนพัฒนาเมืองและการขนส่งที่เป็นมิตรต่อสิ่งแวดล้อม: การทบทวนองค์ความรู้จากต่างประเทศ AN INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF THE SUSTAINABLE URBAN AND TRANSPORT PLANNING

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ชยาณัญ มณีวรรณ Chayanun Maneewan

Abstract

     Smart growth is an approach to sustainable urban and transportation planning that has been widely applied in several countries as a holistic approach for achieving sustainable development goals, particularly for reducing carbon emissions, promoting sustainable cities, and adapting to climate change.


     This article explores environmentally friendly policies and actions in European and North American cities regarding carbon neutral policy, compact city, mixed-use development, limiting urban expansion, increasing green space, promoting residential density, sustainable transportation, as well as proposing guidelines for pedestrian-friendly street design for creating walkable and bikeable communities.

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Chayanun Maneewan ช. ม. (2022). การวางแผนพัฒนาเมืองและการขนส่งที่เป็นมิตรต่อสิ่งแวดล้อม: การทบทวนองค์ความรู้จากต่างประเทศ AN INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF THE SUSTAINABLE URBAN AND TRANSPORT PLANNING. JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT, 18(1), 90–111. https://doi.org/10.14456/jem.2022.6
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