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Adone Kitching, Azra Rajab, Bronwyn Kotzen, Chido Muzondo, Geci Karuri-Sebina, Jerome Kaplan, Joanna Glanville, Julia Letang, Marijana Novak, Nonjabulo Zondi, Samuel Suttner, Thembani Mkhize, Tsepang Leuta

01 November 2018

Margot Rubin, Philip Harrison

English

uKESA Librarian2

Book

United States of America, United Kingdom, South Africa, Kenya

Built environment

Governance

Housing

Human settlements

Kenya

Land

Peri-urban

Policy

Poverty & inequality

Social facilities

Society

Solid waste

South Africa

Transport

United Kingdom

United States of America

Urban

Water and sanitation

Urban Innovations

Researching and documenting innovative responses to urban pressures

This publication provides an overview of the theory and practice of urban innovation together with perspectives, trends and international experiences in this area. The publication seeks to stimulate debate and creative thinking around different approaches to dealing with every day urban challenges by presenting a collection of potetnially replicable local and international case studies.

The release of the publication illustrates what can be achieved when various spheres of government, together with an academic institution and a range of other actors, partner to think creatively and constructively about a set of issues facing cities and city regions.

Through this partnership, young researchers were appointed to write up an innovative approach to dealing with an urban challenge of their choice, and as a result covered a range of topics. Five of the nine case studies presented are South African innovations, while two explore the replicability of innovations from Kenya in the South African context. The remaining cases include one UK and one US based case study.

[based on the Foreword to the book]

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