City-level decoupling: Urban resource flows and the governance of infrastructure transitions

This report applied the concept of decoupling to the urbanisation challenge, looking at the role of cities in a transition toward sustainability by investing in infrastructure that supports decoupling. Theoretical arguments were complemented by 30 case studies from around the world that demonstrate the concept of decoupling at the city scale. The project ran over two years, and involved the coordination of over 30 authors.

SI Team: Blake Robinson


International Resource Panel
Sustainable Cities

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