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Titel: Urban Green Spaces for Quality Life
Case Study: the landscape architecture for people in Copenhagen
Forfatter: Yang, Binzhang
Resume: Urban green spaces have a significant impact on the balance of urban ecosystem, the adjustment of urban environment and especially the enhancement of urban citizens' life and work quality. A city's image and its citizens' health and well-being is to a certain extent directly affected by whether the quantity of urban green spaces is sufficient, whether the distribution is reasonable and whether the functionality is complete. Therefore, the planning and construction of urban green spaces are already being viewed as a city's green infrastructure as well as the guarantee of a city's sustainable development. Currently, China is on the fast track of an urbanisation process. How to handle environmental protection and how to maintain the relationship between ecosystem, urbanisation and city construction are crucial projects China is facing. In this respect, developed Western countries is one step ahead of China and have aggregated massive valuable experience which China can learn from. With this as aim, this Ph.D. research discusses the relationship between urban green spaces and citizens' life by studying the creation and evolvement of green spaces in Copenhagen. The research focus is to discuss the development situation of this city's urban green spaces and what can be learned by China.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10398/8795
Dato: 2013-11-22

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