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dc.contributor.authorKasbohm, Joernvi
dc.contributor.authorErhardt, Berndvi
dc.contributor.authorSteingrube, Wilhelmvi
dc.contributor.authorLai, Le Thivi
dc.contributor.authorHong, Nguyen Thivi
dc.contributor.authorNgan, Le Ducvi
dc.contributor.authorDung, Nguyen Vietvi
dc.contributor.authorTien, Tran Manhvi
dc.description.abstractUrban green areas have generally a high acceptance concerning its relaxing and ecological functions for residents and urban climate. Otherwise, area consumption, costs for investment and operating & maintenance as well as commonly missing embedding of Green City-concepts with economic and social urban development limit strongly the development of such concepts. The contribution will offer a short introduction of latest development in sustainable concepts to combine green and environmental infrastructureimproving the potential of Green City-concept for urban resources management. The approach of treated wastewater can support such functions of green areas like cooling of buildings and energy savings. Special conceptional and technological applications were presented for water reuse in urban irrigation, in urban agriculture and also the potential ofGreen City as further local source for renewable
dc.relation.ispartofseriesPaper prepared for the Conference "Future Cities are Green" 16-17 December 2010, Hanoi, within the framework of the "German Year in Vietnam 2010";vi
dc.subjectResources managementvi
dc.subjectUrban green areasvi
dc.subjectGreen cityvi
dc.subjectViet Namvi
dc.titleWastewater & resources management: Visions and options for green city-concepts in Vietnamvi
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