Land Use

Land use involves the management and modification of natural environment or wilderness into built environment such as settlements and semi-natural habitats such as arable fields, pastures, and managed woods. Land use by humans has a long history, first emerging more than 10 thousand years ago. It also has been defined as "the total of arrangements, activities, and inputs that people undertake in a certain land type."



WRI: World Resources Institute · 6 December 2023 English

This report systematizes the implementation process, challenges, learnings, and results of complete street interventions in eight cities from different regions of Brazil.

ages and abilities, in accordance with the local land use, local economy, and natural environment. The population density, street connectivity, and land use diversity (Barbosa et al. 2019). More walkable to conflict with policies aimed at education, land use, occupation, inspection, and policing. Figure micro drainage conditions, public lighting, land use, and the existence of people at social risk, about the characterization of the population, land use, and the perception of space. Source: Google Street

SPUR: San Francisco Bay Area Planning and Urban Research Association · 27 November 2023 English

THE 15-MINUTE NEIGHBORHOOD Contents 4 Executive Summary 5 Suburban Environments Reimagined as More Urban, Walkable, and Mixed-Use Places 7 The 15-Minute Neighborhood and San José’s Urban Villages 13 The Context …

José began planning for growth by adopting a new land use strategy. The city would build “urban villages” demonstration projects, public- private partnerships, and land use policies such as mixed-use zoning, transit-oriented the municipal and regional context, including land use and economic growth patterns. Equitably and sustainably a city narrative as mechanisms for leveraging land use development, urban design, and placemaking strategies the city has embraced urban villages as a key land use strategy to concentrate sustainable, higher-density

IEA: International Energy Agency · 24 November 2023 English

The global oil and gas industry encompasses a large and diverse range of players: from small, specialised operators to huge national oil companies. These producers face pivotal choices about their …

zero CO2 emissions by 2050 without offsets from land-use measures. Advanced economies reach net zero emissions

IRENA: International Renewable Energy Agency · 24 November 2023 English

Renewable energy

needs and energy security), environmental (e.g.  land use, water, biodiversity and soil quality) and societal soil and water protection and constraints on land use due to concerns about emissions and competition such as life cycle analysis, soil carbon levels, land-use changes and food pricing productivity to monitor agriculture circular economy approach. Direct land use and operate programmes to develop rural areas clean transport, waste management and sustainable land use. Its energy programme is helping the energy transition

World Bank Group · 23 November 2023 English

Micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) represent ninety percent of businesses worldwide. Not only are they important drivers of employment, technological change, and social mobility. They are also essential to …

for any projects, companies, or products with land use impacts, the standards are used to identify projects such as “waste and pollution control” and “land use & marine resources” Employs a “traffic light” taxonomy: Energy, transport, water, buildings, land use & marine resources, industry, waste and pollution efficiency); agriculture, aquaculture, forestry and land-use; non-energy GHG reductions; water and wastewater;

World Bank Group · 23 November 2023 English

Sustainable Finance could be said to be the practice of using finance for making a substantial contribution to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In terms of approach, a more …

activities: Energy, Transport, Water, Buildings, Land Use and Marine Resources, Industry, Waste and Pollution

ifeu: Institut für Energie und Umweltforschung Heidelberg · 23 November 2023 English

For the building sector, it can be translated into the following five overarching goals or key topics: Reduction of per capita space requirements Development of existing buildings before The aim …

domestic mineral raw material extraction. Ultimately, land use is to be reduced to net zero by 2050; today, 32 target" and subsequently a circular economy of land use can only be achieved by focusing strongly on existing the budget approach and meeting the targets for land use and raw material productivity appear impossible standards Legally binding anchoring of the net-zero land use goals, including corresponding interme- Adjustments

SEI: Stockholm Environment Institute · 23 November 2023 English

This report explores what (if any) diversification strategies national oil and gas companies (NOGCs) are employing to engage in an energy transition, with a focus on four South American countries: …

term. Our work spans climate, water, air, and land-use issues, and integrates evidence and perspectives

PIK: Potsdam-Institut fur Klimafolgenforschung · 22 November 2023 English

us to identify four to seven clusters of distinct urban AEs. To validate our findings, we use the land use mix around each site as a proxy for the AE and compare those between and within the clusters. The intra- and low inter-cluster correlations of ASPL diel cycles as well as strong intra-similarities in land use mix. Our results indicate that complex networks are a promising approach to analyze large-scale

urban AEs. To validate our findings, we use the land use mix around each site as a proxy for the AE and cycles as well as strong intra-similarities in land use mix. Our results indicate that complex networks

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