A future that is more sustainable and where everyone is happier is a noble goal but, for one reason or another, it is difﬁ cult to achieve. It is not the case that there is no common agreement about what this beautiful future might include. When we limit ourselves to the more technical sustainability indicators, it means a higher biodiversity, zero emissions of GHGs, clean air and water, and sustainably produced food, evenly spread over the globe. No one opposes these goals.
|Title of host publication||Resilient sustainable cities|
|Subtitle of host publication||A future|
|Editors||L. Pearson, P. Newton, P. Roberts|
|Publisher||Taylor and Francis Ltd.|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|
Roggema, R. (2014). The plan and the policy: who is changing whom? In L. Pearson, P. Newton, & P. Roberts (Eds.), Resilient sustainable cities: A future (1 ed., pp. 225-233). Taylor and Francis Ltd.. https://www.taylorfrancis.com/books/e/9780203593066/chapters/10.4324/9780203593066-34