• ID
  • Type
    Data visualisation
  • Year
  • Language

Simulation results of the urban assets in Beijing. Note. Business as usual (S1); F-E policy nexus scenario (S2-S9); F-W policy nexus scenario (S10-S13); E-W policy nexus scenario (S14-S29); E-F policy nexus scenario (S30-S31); W-F policy nexus scenario

In contrast, the strategies related to F-W policy nexus present a
continuously narrowing gap between S1, indicating that the pace of
ecological construction will become slower, if these F-W strategies
will be implemented. As shown in Fig. 6, with respect to AU and M,
the policies corresponding to the scenarios from 14 to 21 (S14-S21)
and 24 to 29 (S24-S29) present a different growing performance on
the accumulation of urban assets and money supply compared with
different scenarios, such as S12 and S13. Combined with Fig. 3 and
Fig. 4, this also represents the appearance of AU and M peak under
S14-S21 is later than S12 and S13.

Original source

This item is part of Development of an urban FEW nexus online analyzer to support urban circular economy strategy planning