Habitat International is dedicated to the study of urban and rural human settlements: their planning, design, production and management. Its main focus is on urbanisation in its broadest sense in the developing world. However, increasingly the interrelationships and linkages between cities and towns in the developing and developed worlds are becoming apparent and solutions to the problems that result are urgently required. The economic, social, technological and political systems of the world are intertwined and changes in one region almost always affect other regions. Habitat International welcomes reports of research on urban issues such as policy and implementation, the links between planning, building and land, finance and management, urban design, the interaction between the natural environment and urban areas the provision of urban services and other related problems. Papers on topics which clearly have broad implications and interrelationships based on the experiences of the developing or developed world will be considered. Submissions exploring these issues within the development context are particularly welcomed. Quality papers, short communications, comments on published papers and reports on relevant conferences from all parts of the world are presented as it is recognised that such urban problems arise everywhere. Hopefully, Habitat International will contribute to their solution.
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|Consumption based approach of carbon footprint analysis in urban slum and non-slum areas of Rawalpindi||Journal Article||Adnan et al. Adnan, Mian Nazish; Safeer, Rabia; Rashid, Audil||2018|
|Probing uncertainty levels of electrification in informal urban settlements: A case from South Africa||Journal Article||Kovacic et al. Kovacic, Z. and Smit, S. and Musango, J.K. and Brent, A.C. and Giampietro, M.||2016|