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00:41 Copernicus Publications English 2018

Movie S4. Evolution of the transformation of the idealized example of a high density city, with a probabilistic model setting, showing its transformation until 1M inhabitants would be moved, in steps of 1,000 inhabitants.

Cities are fundamental to climate change mitigation, and although there is increasing understanding about the relationship between emissions and urban form, so far this relationship has not been used to provide planning advice for urban land use. Here we present the Integrated Urban Complexity model (IUCm), a framework that computes climate-smart urban forms, which are able to cut in half emissions from urban transportation. Furthermore, we show the complex features that go beyond the normal debates about urban sprawl vs. compactness. Our results show how to reinforce fractal hierarchies and population density clusters within climate risk constraints to significantly decrease the energy consumption used for transportation in cities. The new model that we present aims to produce new advice about how cities can combat climate change.
  • Published: 2018
  • Publisher: Copernicus Publications
  • Language: English
00:41 Copernicus Publications English 2018

Movie S2. Evolution of the transformation of the idealized example of a polycentric city, with a probabilistic model setting, showing its transformation until 1M inhabitants would be moved, in steps of 1,000 inhabitants.

Cities are fundamental to climate change mitigation, and although there is increasing understanding about the relationship between emissions and urban form, so far this relationship has not been used to provide planning advice for urban land use. Here we present the Integrated Urban Complexity model (IUCm), a framework that computes climate-smart urban forms, which are able to cut in half emissions from urban transportation. Furthermore, we show the complex features that go beyond the normal debates about urban sprawl vs. compactness. Our results show how to reinforce fractal hierarchies and population density clusters within climate risk constraints to significantly decrease the energy consumption used for transportation in cities. The new model that we present aims to produce new advice about how cities can combat climate change.
  • Published: 2018
  • Publisher: Copernicus Publications
  • Language: English
00:41 Copernicus Publications English 2018

Movie S3. Evolution of the transformation of the idealized example of a monocentric city, with a probabilistic model setting, showing its transformation until 1M inhabitants would be moved, in steps of 1,000 inhabitants.

Cities are fundamental to climate change mitigation, and although there is increasing understanding about the relationship between emissions and urban form, so far this relationship has not been used to provide planning advice for urban land use. Here we present the Integrated Urban Complexity model (IUCm), a framework that computes climate-smart urban forms, which are able to cut in half emissions from urban transportation. Furthermore, we show the complex features that go beyond the normal debates about urban sprawl vs. compactness. Our results show how to reinforce fractal hierarchies and population density clusters within climate risk constraints to significantly decrease the energy consumption used for transportation in cities. The new model that we present aims to produce new advice about how cities can combat climate change.
  • Published: 2018
  • Publisher: Copernicus Publications
  • Language: English
00:07 Copernicus Publications English 2018

Movie S1. Evolution of the application of growth to Frankfurt, with a probabilistic model setting, showing how it would growth 58,000 inhabitants, in steps of 1,000 inhabitants.

Cities are fundamental to climate change mitigation, and although there is increasing understanding about the relationship between emissions and urban form, so far this relationship has not been used to provide planning advice for urban land use. Here we present the Integrated Urban Complexity model (IUCm), a framework that computes climate-smart urban forms, which are able to cut in half emissions from urban transportation. Furthermore, we show the complex features that go beyond the normal debates about urban sprawl vs. compactness. Our results show how to reinforce fractal hierarchies and population density clusters within climate risk constraints to significantly decrease the energy consumption used for transportation in cities. The new model that we present aims to produce new advice about how cities can combat climate change.
  • Published: 2018
  • Publisher: Copernicus Publications
  • Language: English
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