New Paper shows how urban metabolism methods can improve quality of life in informal areas

on April 30, 2015 by Sven Eberlein articles and Tags: , , , , , with 0 comments

Cairo University Professor Dr. Sahar Attia and Associate Professor Dr. Heba Allah E. Khalil have just released their most recent research (Urban Metabolism and Quality of Life in Informal Areas) on using the urban metabolism methodology not only as a quantifying, analyzing tool to measure material flows in informal urban areas but as a more […]

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Understanding your city by understanding its flow: towards Participatory Urban Metabolism Information Systems

on August 21, 2014 by Sven Eberlein articles, News and Tags: , , , , , , , , , with 0 comments

Exciting times for our EWM team! We are currently learning about, developing, and applying Urban Metabolism Information Systems (UMIS), a whole systems analysis that measures everything flowing into and out of a city over time and space. The UMIS methodology was developed by Dr. Sebastian Moffatt and proposes a standardized “source to sink” framework to […]

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