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2015-2016
Global Urban Development Program
Sichuan University &
Stanford University joint project
Chengdu
Sichuan Universi...
1 Introduction
2 Transportation
3 Public Space
4 Conclusions
ontents
Introduction
Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
Chengdu
IntroductionIntroduction Research Area Research ProcessCheng...
Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
Chengdu
IntroductionIntroduction Research Area Research ProcessCheng...
Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
Residential AreaBusiness SpaceGreen Roof
Green Roof
Green Roof
Busin...
Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
Residential AreaBusiness SpaceGreen Roof
Green Roof
Green Roof
Busin...
Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
Residential AreaBusiness SpaceGreen Roof
Green Roof
Green Roof
Busin...
Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
Residential AreaBusiness SpaceGreen Roof
Green Roof
Green Roof
Busin...
Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
Residential AreaBusiness SpaceGreen Roof
Green Roof
Green Roof
Busin...
Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
Research Area: Chengdu Hi-Tech Zone (south)
IntroductionIntroduction...
Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
Research Area: Chengdu Hi-Tech Zone (south)
IntroductionIntroduction...
Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
Research Area: Chengdu Hi-Tech Zone (south)
IntroductionIntroduction...
Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
Research Process
IntroductionIntroduction
Oct, 2015 Dec, 2015 Mar, 2...
Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
Current Situation of CHZ
IntroductionIntroduction
•Economic quality
...
Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
Research Process
IntroductionIntroduction
Phase 3: Proposing
−conges...
Transportation
General situation of transportation
Transportation General situation Congestion Public transport
Highway
Expressway
Subway...
Research frame
Transportation General situation Congestion Public transport
Four zones
Conclusions
Global Urban Developmen...
Data collecting and processing
Transportation General situation Congestion Public transport Conclusions
Global Urban Devel...
Data collecting
Transportation General situation Congestion Public transport
Category Frequency
Peak periods ( 8am ~10am, ...
Vectorization
Transportation General situation Congestion Public transport Conclusions
226 segments of roads
48,000 number...
Spatial distribution of congestion
Transportation General situation Congestion Public transport Conclusions
Global Urban D...
Zone number A B C D
Congested length/ m
(in a week )
36,683 9257 8389 3640
Total length / m 93,625 90,095 80,227 62,662
Av...
Time distribution of congestion
Transportation General situation Congestion Public transport
5 h
8 h
6 h
3 h
Weekdays Week...
Public Transit Analysis 1
Transportation General situation Congestion Public transport
Bus routes: 69 lines
Public bike re...
Public Transit Analysis 2
Transportation General situation Congestion Public transport
Bus routes map
Conclusions
[1] Bus ...
Public Transit Analysis 3
Transportation General situation Congestion Public transport
Transferring between bus
stop and s...
Findings of field research
Transportation General situation Congestion Public transport Conclusions
3 sloth roads
for fiel...
Proposals
Transportation General situation Congestion Public transport Conclusions
Infrastructure
Land use
Public
transpor...
Public Space
Public Space
Definition
1`narrow sense: outdoor space for public use in city residents' daily and social life.
2`broad sen...
Site
Office Space
A1: Administrative Committee of CHZ
A2: Tianfu Software Park
Business Space
B: Global Center
Residential...
Public Space
A1: Academic office public space in CHZ
First settled in Hi-tech Zone
Portal space
Public Space A1` Office Sp...
Open Border
Advantage Disadvantage
Administrative Landscape Area
Lack of External Open Space
Geometric Rules
VS
Active Col...
Break Administration Distinction
NO
USERS
NO
SPACE SPACE USERS
Redesign Principle
1` Micro-park
2` Border Design
3` Identi...
Micro Park
school
Residential
area
Shopping mall
Office area
Tianfu
avenue
Public Space C` Residential AreaA2` Green RoofA...
Micro Park
Tianfu
avenue
Public Space C` Residential AreaA2` Green RoofA1` Office SpacePublic Space A1` Office Space B` Bu...
Micro Park
Before After
Public Space A1` Office Space B` Business SpaceA2` Office Space (Roof) C` Residential Area
Global ...
Flexible Border
open
open
openopen
contractible contractible contractible
Main entrance
Secondary entrance
Public Space A1...
Reginal Identity-City Oxygen Track
Public Space A1` Office Space B` Business SpaceA2` Office Space (Roof) C` Residential A...
Public Space
A2: Tianfu Software Park
Public Space C` Residential AreaA1` Office Space B` Business SpaceA2` Office Space (...
Previous online investigation
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
Public Impression to Green Roof
Beautiful Imporving air qualit...
Sites
Two different targets:
Site A: Office building roof with vegetation Site B:Office building with empty roof
C` Reside...
Site A
Location
Problem 1
Problem 2
Problem 3
Poorly maintained roof
Inconvenience to use
Limited access to roofs
Irrigati...
Design & Improvement
Irrigation pipe
splitter
Water supply from main
pipe
Filter/Collector
rain water collect pipe
Green/R...
Vision
SITEB
SITEA
Public Space C` Residential AreaA1` Office Space B` Business SpaceA2` Office Space (Roof)
Global Urban ...
Public Space
B: Global Center
Biggest individual building in the world
Landmark
Public Space C` Residential AreaB` Busines...
Disadvantage of Global Center
Public Space Street Office Space Business Space Green Roof
Inefficiency of open space
Chaoti...
Strategy
Public Space Street Office Space Business Space Green Roof
1 2
Ecological parking space
To improve infrastructure...
Strategy
Public Space Street Office Space Business Space Green Roof
1 2
Vertical Greening Area
1㎡ vertical greening wall
=...
Public Space
Public Space C` Residential AreaB` Business SpaceA2` Green RoofA1` Office Space
C: Dayuan District,
Important...
Underpass
10 driveways
Low Traffic Flow
Mixed Land Use
Densely Populated
Underutilized Ground Space
Site Analysis
Gl...
Public Space C` Residential AreaB` Business SpaceA2` Green RoofA1` Office Space
Lane Planning & Design
 Occupied bike lan...
Lane Planning & Design
Green Infrastructure Pervious Paving
Drainage & Infiltration
Storage & Use
Water Management Strateg...
Intersection Design
 Large Area
 Long Crossing Distance
Making space more Pedestrian-friendly
 Crosswalk in the pattern...
River Corridor
Redesign & Regeneration
Low Accessibility
Underutilized
NOW
NOW
NOW
Public Space C` Residential AreaB` Busi...
Existing hard Riverbank
River Corridor
Redesign & Regeneration
Public Space C` Residential AreaB` Business SpaceA2` Green ...
Conclusions
Infrastructure
EMBODY & CONVEY SUSTAINABILITY
Public Space Residential AreaOffice Space Business SpaceGreen Ro...
Conclusions
Research Process
Introduction Feelings AcknowledgementsFindings and suggestionsConclusions
Findings and suggestions
feedba...
Research Process
Introduction Feelings AcknowledgementsFindings and suggestionsConclusions
Findings and suggestions
feedba...
Suggestions for future development
Introduction Feelings AcknowledgementsFindings and suggestionsConclusions
Findings and ...
Suggestions for further research
Introduction Feelings AcknowledgementsFindings and suggestionsConclusions
Findings and su...
Research Process
Introduction Feelings AcknowledgementsFindings and suggestionsConclusions
feedback
Feelings
Global Urban ...
Research Process
Introduction Feelings AcknowledgementsFindings and suggestionsConclusions
feedback
−Enjoy
Feelings
Global...
Research Process
Introduction Feelings AcknowledgementsFindings and suggestionsConclusions
feedback
−Broaden our horizon
F...
Research Process
Introduction Feelings AcknowledgementsFindings and suggestionsConclusions
feedback
Feelings
−Learn practi...
Research Process
Introduction Feelings AcknowledgementsFindings and suggestionsConclusions
feedback
Feelings
−Develop a be...
Research Process
Introduction Feelings AcknowledgementsFindings and suggestionsConclusions
feedback
−Stanford University
−...
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Final Presentation of Sichuan University's Global Urban Development Program class, which conducted a parallel exercise to Stanford University's Sustainable Urban Systems Project class. Presentation was given at Stanford University on May 31, 2016. Slides provided courtesy of Sichuan University.

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Sichuan University Final Presentation

  1. 1. 2015-2016 Global Urban Development Program Sichuan University & Stanford University joint project Chengdu Sichuan University China
  2. 2. 1 Introduction 2 Transportation 3 Public Space 4 Conclusions ontents
  3. 3. Introduction
  4. 4. Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University Chengdu IntroductionIntroduction Research Area Research ProcessChengduIntroduction How does Chengdu look like? China Sichuan Province Chengdu
  5. 5. Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University Chengdu IntroductionIntroduction Research Area Research ProcessChengduIntroduction How does Chengdu perform in sustainability?
  6. 6. Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University Residential AreaBusiness SpaceGreen Roof Green Roof Green Roof Business Space Business Space What are the principles of choosing indicators? Evaluation background indicators application • Accessibility • Completeness • Simplicity Background Why do we need an evaluation system of indicators? • Get a quick understanding of Chengdu’s sustainability
  7. 7. Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University Residential AreaBusiness SpaceGreen Roof Green Roof Green Roof Business Space Business Space Evaluation Background Indicators Application Green economic Living quality Technology • Energy consumption per unit GDP • Water consumption per unit GDP • Sulfur dioxide emissions per unit GDP • Waste water per unit GDP • Days of relatively good air quality* • Green land per capita • Hospital beds every 10,100 people • R&D expenditure per GDP • Granted patent approval per GDP Indicators *:equal to or above Grade Ⅱ
  8. 8. Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University Residential AreaBusiness SpaceGreen Roof Green Roof Green Roof Business Space Business Space Efficiency Of Resource Utilization Evaluation Background Indicators Application Data source: the National statistical Bureau 0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1 1.2 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 tonsofSCEpertenthousandyuan year Energy consumption per unit GDP Chengdu Beijing National average
  9. 9. Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University Residential AreaBusiness SpaceGreen Roof Green Roof Green Roof Business Space Business Space Air Quality Evaluation Background Indicators Application Data source : National statistical Bureau *:equal to or above Grade Ⅱ 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Days Year Days of relatively good air quality* Chengdu Beijing Shanghai
  10. 10. Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University Residential AreaBusiness SpaceGreen Roof Green Roof Green Roof Business Space Business SpaceChengdu’s Performance Compared With Other Areas Evaluation Background Indicators Application Quite good Normal Very challenging  Hospital beds every 10,000 people  Sulfur Dioxide Emission per unit GDP  R&D expenditure per unit GDP  Green land per capita  Water Consumption per unit GDP  Energy Consumption per unit GDP  Days of quality equal to or above Grade Ⅱ  Granted patent approval of GDP
  11. 11. Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University Research Area: Chengdu Hi-Tech Zone (south) IntroductionIntroduction Research Area Research ProcessChengduIntroduction Year book of Chengdu HI-Tech Zone (2014)HTZ-video
  12. 12. Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University Research Area: Chengdu Hi-Tech Zone (south) IntroductionIntroduction Research Area Research ProcessChengduIntroduction What do local people think of Chengdu Hi-Tech Zone (CHZ)?
  13. 13. Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University Research Area: Chengdu Hi-Tech Zone (south) IntroductionIntroduction Research Area Research ProcessChengduIntroduction How do you like it? • 72 people • 26th, Dec, 2015
  14. 14. Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University Research Process IntroductionIntroduction Oct, 2015 Dec, 2015 Mar, 2016 May, 2016 Phase 1: Exploring Phase 3: ProposingPhase 2: Understanding data collection problems identification suggestions 14 students, 11 mentors, 28 weeks, 4000 hours Research Area Research ProcessChengduIntroduction
  15. 15. Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University Current Situation of CHZ IntroductionIntroduction •Economic quality •Education level •Unbalanced distribution of resources •Traffic congestion •Under utilization of resources Research Area Research ProcessChengduIntroduction Quite good Challenging Very challenging
  16. 16. Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University Research Process IntroductionIntroduction Phase 3: Proposing −congestion −public transport −office space −office space (roof) −business space −residential space transportation public space Research Area Research ProcessChengduIntroduction
  17. 17. Transportation
  18. 18. General situation of transportation Transportation General situation Congestion Public transport Highway Expressway Subway69 bus lines 72 public bike rental sites Total length of main roads —— 326,610 Meters Conclusions (10:00am on Oct. 30th, 2015) Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  19. 19. Research frame Transportation General situation Congestion Public transport Four zones Conclusions Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  20. 20. Data collecting and processing Transportation General situation Congestion Public transport Conclusions Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  21. 21. Data collecting Transportation General situation Congestion Public transport Category Frequency Peak periods ( 8am ~10am, 5pm ~7pm ) 15mins/shot Time except peak period 30mins/shot Website: ditu.amap.com Period: March 25th ~ 31st , 2016 Frequency: Congestion Free flow Conclusions 294 pictures out of 534 Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  22. 22. Vectorization Transportation General situation Congestion Public transport Conclusions 226 segments of roads 48,000 numbers of length Screenshots AutoCAD Congested road length Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  23. 23. Spatial distribution of congestion Transportation General situation Congestion Public transport Conclusions Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  24. 24. Zone number A B C D Congested length/ m (in a week ) 36,683 9257 8389 3640 Total length / m 93,625 90,095 80,227 62,662 Average proportion /% 1.97 0.72 0.86 0.35 Spatial distribution of congestion Transportation General situation Congestion Public transport Suggestions Average proportion of congestion = (average of each time) Congested length of each zone Total length of each zone Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  25. 25. Time distribution of congestion Transportation General situation Congestion Public transport 5 h 8 h 6 h 3 h Weekdays Weekend Conclusions Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  26. 26. Public Transit Analysis 1 Transportation General situation Congestion Public transport Bus routes: 69 lines Public bike rental sites: 72 Subway line: Metro line 1 Source: the bulletin board at bike rental sites 8684 Chengdu Bus Group stars Bus Co., Ltd.(http://chengdu.8684.cn/g5) 8684 Chengdu Tianfu district bus(http://chengdu.8684.cn/route/9) Amap(http://ditu.amap.com) Conclusions Public bike rental sites and subway line Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  27. 27. Public Transit Analysis 2 Transportation General situation Congestion Public transport Bus routes map Conclusions [1] Bus routes density=the center road lengths/area of urban land covered by bus routes [2] Route overlap coefficient =the operation bus route lengths/the center road lengths covered by bus routes [3] Urban Public Transportation Engineering Terminology Standard Evaluating indicator Current situation Standard[3] Bus routes density[1] 1.41km/sq.km 2.25km/sq.km Route overlap coefficient[2] 4.68 1.25-2.5 Public transport development level Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  28. 28. Public Transit Analysis 3 Transportation General situation Congestion Public transport Transferring between bus stop and subway station Station 1 # 2 # 3 # To subway station (m) 120 358 57 To bike rental point(m) 1000 287 777 The walking distance of transferring Conclusions Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  29. 29. Findings of field research Transportation General situation Congestion Public transport Conclusions 3 sloth roads for field research Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  30. 30. Proposals Transportation General situation Congestion Public transport Conclusions Infrastructure Land use Public transport E-City Improve land mix-use and complexity of architectural function. Develop the smart transportation. Improve bus lines and public transport interchange. Enhance the general maintenance of transportation infrastructure. Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  31. 31. Public Space
  32. 32. Public Space Definition 1`narrow sense: outdoor space for public use in city residents' daily and social life. 2`broad sense: the space for public facilities. (Reference: Encyclopedia of Chinese urban and rural planning, http://www.china-up.com/hdwiki/index.php?doc-view-172) Redesign principles  Increasing the efficiency of public space  Sponge City(similar to LID) Public Space A1` Office Space B` Business SpaceA2` Office Space (Roof) Residential Area Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  33. 33. Site Office Space A1: Administrative Committee of CHZ A2: Tianfu Software Park Business Space B: Global Center Residential Area C: Dayuan District Public Space A1` Office Space B` Business SpaceA2` Office Space (Roof) Residential Area Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  34. 34. Public Space A1: Academic office public space in CHZ First settled in Hi-tech Zone Portal space Public Space A1` Office Space B` Business SpaceA2` Office Space (Roof) C` Residential Area Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  35. 35. Open Border Advantage Disadvantage Administrative Landscape Area Lack of External Open Space Geometric Rules VS Active Color VS Public Space A1` Office Space B` Business SpaceA2` Office Space (Roof) C` Residential Area Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  36. 36. Break Administration Distinction NO USERS NO SPACE SPACE USERS Redesign Principle 1` Micro-park 2` Border Design 3` Identity Public Space A1` Office Space B` Business SpaceA2` Office Space (Roof) C` Residential Area
  37. 37. Micro Park school Residential area Shopping mall Office area Tianfu avenue Public Space C` Residential AreaA2` Green RoofA1` Office Space MICROPARK & PARKING LOT Public Space A1` Office Space B` Business SpaceA2` Office Space (Roof) C` Residential Area Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  38. 38. Micro Park Tianfu avenue Public Space C` Residential AreaA2` Green RoofA1` Office SpacePublic Space A1` Office Space B` Business SpaceA2` Office Space (Roof) C` Residential Area Weekdays Weekdends Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  39. 39. Micro Park Before After Public Space A1` Office Space B` Business SpaceA2` Office Space (Roof) C` Residential Area Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  40. 40. Flexible Border open open openopen contractible contractible contractible Main entrance Secondary entrance Public Space A1` Office Space B` Business SpaceA2` Office Space (Roof) C` Residential Area Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  41. 41. Reginal Identity-City Oxygen Track Public Space A1` Office Space B` Business SpaceA2` Office Space (Roof) C` Residential Area Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  42. 42. Public Space A2: Tianfu Software Park Public Space C` Residential AreaA1` Office Space B` Business SpaceA2` Office Space (Roof) Innovation and Contain Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  43. 43. Previous online investigation 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 Public Impression to Green Roof Beautiful Imporving air quality Energy saving Heat island effect Public space Rainwater management Others 548 people in total 647people in total 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 Public Concern to Green Roof Unsafe Inconvenience Extra cost Management problem Leak Others Public Space C` Residential AreaA1` Office Space B` Business SpaceA2` Office Space (Roof) Reference: A policy study on promoting the implementation of green roofs(2007-2014) Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  44. 44. Sites Two different targets: Site A: Office building roof with vegetation Site B:Office building with empty roof C` Residential Area SITE A SITE B Public Space C` Residential AreaA1` Office Space B` Business SpaceA2` Office Space (Roof) Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  45. 45. Site A Location Problem 1 Problem 2 Problem 3 Poorly maintained roof Inconvenience to use Limited access to roofs Irrigation water came from fire hydrant Manual irrigation Shallow rooted plants small quantities but high frequency Settled irrigation time Public Space C` Residential AreaA1` Office Space B` Business SpaceA2` Office Space (Roof) Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  46. 46. Design & Improvement Irrigation pipe splitter Water supply from main pipe Filter/Collector rain water collect pipe Green/Recreation area Public Space C` Residential AreaA1` Office Space B` Business SpaceA2` Office Space (Roof) Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  47. 47. Vision SITEB SITEA Public Space C` Residential AreaA1` Office Space B` Business SpaceA2` Office Space (Roof) Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  48. 48. Public Space B: Global Center Biggest individual building in the world Landmark Public Space C` Residential AreaB` Business SpaceA2` Green RoofA1` Office Space Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  49. 49. Disadvantage of Global Center Public Space Street Office Space Business Space Green Roof Inefficiency of open space Chaotic streamline Environmental-unfriendly Unbalanced Parking Space 1 2 43 Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  50. 50. Strategy Public Space Street Office Space Business Space Green Roof 1 2 Ecological parking space To improve infrastructure and management system To increase interest by enriching functionality Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  51. 51. Strategy Public Space Street Office Space Business Space Green Roof 1 2 Vertical Greening Area 1㎡ vertical greening wall = 21.9kg carbon sequestration (per year) To create a spirit of place by art Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  52. 52. Public Space Public Space C` Residential AreaB` Business SpaceA2` Green RoofA1` Office Space C: Dayuan District, Important integrated residential areas Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  53. 53. Underpass 10 driveways Low Traffic Flow Mixed Land Use Densely Populated Underutilized Ground Space Site Analysis Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  54. 54. Public Space C` Residential AreaB` Business SpaceA2` Green RoofA1` Office Space Lane Planning & Design  Occupied bike lane  Surplus travel lane  Separated bike lanes Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  55. 55. Lane Planning & Design Green Infrastructure Pervious Paving Drainage & Infiltration Storage & Use Water Management Strategy Buffer Area Bike Lane & Sidewalk Public Space C` Residential AreaB` Business SpaceA2` Green RoofA1` Office Space Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  56. 56. Intersection Design  Large Area  Long Crossing Distance Making space more Pedestrian-friendly  Crosswalk in the pattern of Diagonal lines  Local art painting on road surface  Vertical farming Public Space C` Residential AreaB` Business SpaceA2` Green RoofA1` Office Space Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  57. 57. River Corridor Redesign & Regeneration Low Accessibility Underutilized NOW NOW NOW Public Space C` Residential AreaB` Business SpaceA2` Green RoofA1` Office Space Ignored Gateways Gateways Redesign Sculpture at Entrance Recognizable Paving Marked Sign Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  58. 58. Existing hard Riverbank River Corridor Redesign & Regeneration Public Space C` Residential AreaB` Business SpaceA2` Green RoofA1` Office Space Ecological Riverbank Underutilized Not Eco-friendly Environmental Promotion Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  59. 59. Conclusions Infrastructure EMBODY & CONVEY SUSTAINABILITY Public Space Residential AreaOffice Space Business SpaceGreen Roof LID City cultural and creative Approprscal eiate spatial Life quality Public space Economy Sustainability Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  60. 60. Conclusions
  61. 61. Research Process Introduction Feelings AcknowledgementsFindings and suggestionsConclusions Findings and suggestions feedback −The high quality of economy −Rich human resources −Favorable policies −Geograpic location advantages opportunities for sustainable development Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  62. 62. Research Process Introduction Feelings AcknowledgementsFindings and suggestionsConclusions Findings and suggestions feedback −Unbalanced distribution of resources: green space, public services and so on. −Under utilization of resources: rain water resources, public rent bicycles and etc. −Traffic congestion Challenges to sustainable development Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  63. 63. Suggestions for future development Introduction Feelings AcknowledgementsFindings and suggestionsConclusions Findings and suggestions feedback −Revitalize public space through redesigns −Improve the convenience of public transportation −enhance the efficiency of resources −Keep a balance: economy, society, and environment Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  64. 64. Suggestions for further research Introduction Feelings AcknowledgementsFindings and suggestionsConclusions Findings and suggestions feedback −Evaluation indicators need to be improved. −Collaboration among team members should be improved. − Recommended research process: data collection problems identification redesigns and suggestions Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  65. 65. Research Process Introduction Feelings AcknowledgementsFindings and suggestionsConclusions feedback Feelings Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University How do we feel during this program?
  66. 66. Research Process Introduction Feelings AcknowledgementsFindings and suggestionsConclusions feedback −Enjoy Feelings Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  67. 67. Research Process Introduction Feelings AcknowledgementsFindings and suggestionsConclusions feedback −Broaden our horizon Feelings Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University
  68. 68. Research Process Introduction Feelings AcknowledgementsFindings and suggestionsConclusions feedback Feelings −Learn practical skills
  69. 69. Research Process Introduction Feelings AcknowledgementsFindings and suggestionsConclusions feedback Feelings −Develop a better understanding of sustainable development
  70. 70. Research Process Introduction Feelings AcknowledgementsFindings and suggestionsConclusions feedback −Stanford University −The government of Chengdu Hi-tech Zone −All mentors −All team members Acknowledgements Global Urban Development Program - Sichuan University

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