WWF wishes to thank the many people who have contributed information: Carl-Johan Engström (Global utmaning), Anna Hult, (Royal Institute of Technology), Jeffrey Kenworthy and Peter Newman (Curtin University), Göran Finnveden (Royal Institute of Technology), Lars J. Nilsson, Per Svenningsson and Elisabeth Dahlholm Hornyanszky (Lund Institute of Technology), Stefan Anderberg (Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies), Norman Duke (James Cook University), Angela Espenberger (International Passive House Association, iPHA), Andrea Broaddus (University of California, Berkeley), Thierry Goger and Carmencita Malimban (European Cooperation in Science and Technology, COST), Jessica Morris (Institute for Transportation & Development Policy), Gael Leopold (WWF International), Karin Wessman (Senior Consultant), Lisen Schultz (Stockholm Resilience Centre), Peter Rahtje (ProjectZero, Sønderborg), Jennie Organ (BioRegional), and the Queensland Department of Environment and Resource Management.
With special thanks to John Manoochehri, Martin Jacobson, Aaron Thomas, Sven Björnekull, April Streeter, Daniel Moran, Jennifer Hinton, Rhoda Kachali, Chad Boda, and Tobias Abrahamsson for their work on the project.
Background to the project
WWF Sweden has taken the initiative to this project called Urban solutions for a living planet. Starting in 2010 over 100 learning cases has been produced between 2011-2015 including a Summary report in 2013. For a selection of 0lder cases, please visit our Archive. Starting from 2017 the Urban solutions portal has been updated and now contains over 40 new learning cases from around the world.
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