E3S Web Conf.
Volume 53, 20182018 3rd International Conference on Advances in Energy and Environment Research (ICAEER 2018)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Environmental Protection, Pollution and Treatment|
|Published online||14 September 2018|
A review work of urban ecosystem services and their interactions with dweller demand factors in modern China
Shenzhen Insitute, Chinese Academy of Urban Planning and Design, Shennan Street 7006, 518040 Shenzhen, China
2 The Faculty of Architecture, Dresden University of Technology, Institute for Urban Development, Zellescher Weg 17, D-01062 Dresden, Germany
a Corresponding author: Liang Zhao email@example.com
Nowadays, various urban ecosystem services (UES) provided by urban green infrastructure (UGI) have been the concern of scholars worldwide. And as China being recognized as a living laboratory in sustainable studies, concerns toward UES provided by UGI and factors of urban dweller demands is definitely required. However, for related reviews and special discussions are lacking until now, this study calculated the types of UES and demand concerns with a collection of 54 Chinese and 51 English articles in UES studies, 162 Chinese and 26 English articles in urban dweller research. In addition, with detailed discussions through spatial distributions, perspectives, and methodologies, comprehensive analyses were conducted and unique features were summarized to back up other nations or situations worldwide.
© The Authors, published by EDP Sciences, 2018
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