Volume 36, 2022
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Published online||09 November 2022|
A New Interdisciplinary Science Plan for Urban Health and Wellbeing in an Age of Increasing Complexity
Institute of Urban Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences
b University of Otago, Wellington, New Zealand
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Cities of the future will need to cope with the triple challenges of urban growth, planetary boundaries leading to reduced energy and other resources, and rapid climate change. In response to the challenges of these complexities, urban growth and innovations in networked infrastructure development need to go hand-in-hand to transform urban systems and sustain the urban health advantage. In order to achieve this, knowledge and policy-making need to undergo processes of accelerated learning. The International Science Council’s global science programme “Urban Health and Wellbeing: A Systems Approach” has formulated goals to meet the urban health challenges of future cities.
Key words: Cities / Health / Complexity / Learning
Cite this article as: Gatzweiler, F.W. and Howden-Chapman, P. A New Interdisciplinary Science Plan for Urban Health and Wellbeing in an Age of Increasing Complexity. Bulletin of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2022, 36: 2022001. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1051/bcas/2022001.
Executive director of the ISC global science programme “Urban Health and Wellbeing: A Systems Approach” at the Institute of Urban Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences based in Xiamen, China.
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