Bioeconomical Solutions and Investments in Sustainable City Development

José G. Vargas-Hernández , Justyna Zdunek-Wielgołaska


Spatial development is a discipline aimed at the protection of specific values and rational development by stimulating economic processes. Modern practices challenge developers to minimize the negative impact of urban development on the environment. In order to adhere to this policy, bioeconomical solutions and investments can be utilized. Bioeconomical Solutions and Investments in Sustainable City Development is an essential source that explores the development of sustainable city models based on investments in eco-oriented solutions by protecting and making publicly available green areas and by innovative investments with the use of bioeconomical solutions. Featuring research on topics such as bioeconomy vision, environmental education, and rural planning, this book is ideally designed for architects, urban planners, city authorities, experts, officers, business representatives, economists, politicians, academicians, and researchers.
Book typeMonograph
Editor José G. Vargas-Hernández - University of Guadalajara
José G. Vargas-Hernández,,
, Justyna Zdunek-Wielgołaska (FA / DPA)
Justyna Zdunek-Wielgołaska,,
- Department of Polish Architecture
Total number of authors and editors (monograph level)22
Publisher name (outside publisher list) IGI Global
Publishing place (Publisher address)Hershey
Other ISBN1522579583
Issue year2019
Publication size in sheets15.3
Keywords in EnglishBioeconomy Vision, Conservation of Species, Environmental Education, Environmental Policies, Green Areas, Green Innovation, Rural Planning, Solar Farms, Sustainable Bioeconomy, Urban Infrastructure Impact, Urban Sustainable Development
Languageen angielski
Score (nominal)5
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ScoreMinisterial score = 5.0, 07-01-2020, MonograhOrBookMainLanguagesEditor
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