Environment & Urbanization

World leading environmental and urban studies journal

Book notes

How can cities promote resilient, low-carbon and just urbanisation, in a context of increasing climate breakdown and inequality?

This paper describes an action-research study in which experienced community networks in four Southeast Asian countries collectively reflected on, compared and documented the innovative work they were doing on the ground during the COVID-19 crisis.

While much of the focus of the last 18 months has been on how health crises – and particularly pandemics – impact on urban areas, the significance of politics should not be forgotten.

Rethinking Urban Risk and Resettlement in the Global South draws on empirical findings based on the collaborative research project Reducing Relocation Risk in Urban Areas.

In her  own words, Form and Flow by Kian Goh stems from her love affair with “the continually revealing ecologies and politics of the Southeast Cities [she] grew up in and the turn-of-the-millennium Brooklyn [she] called home” (page ix).

Climate Change in the Global Workplace calls for joint attention to labour precarity and environmental precarity – specifically recognizing how capitalism, colonialism and inequality

Cities without Capitalism covers varied cases, from tent cities to ecovillages.

Greening Cities through Participatory Budgeting, by Yves Cabannes, is both a practical guide and a heartfelt encouragement to implement or consolidate green participatory budgeting (PB) in cities, distric

Mobility is often discussed mainly as movement that involves a change of residence, either permanent or temporary.

Homelessness and the Built Environment focuses on middle- and high-income countries, including tips for the supportive design of night shelters, day centres and transitional housing f