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Greenhouse gas substances released to the atmosphere.
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Belonging to Green: Environmental Attributes of Place Attachment in Sarajevo
Tülay Zıvalı Turhan (Ankara Yıldırım Beyazıt University, Turkey) and Hatice Ayataç (Istanbul Technical University, Turkey)
Copyright: © 2022 |Pages: 26
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-6725-8.ch002
Sarajevo's natural layout is extensively green as it covers large rural and natural areas. The city struggles with an insufficient urban layout in terms of environmental quality. Through a top-down approach, this study investigates the user's perception of ‘green' and examines the environmental attributes of place attachment in the case of Sarajevo. The semi-structured study is based on online surveys with experts and in-depth interviews with residents and applies a reframed model of place attachment which provides both a quantitative and qualitative translation of, among other aspects, environmental factors. Within this framework, the research presents a recap of Sarajevo's environmental experiences and focuses on lessons learned regarding the post-war urban development in the environmental context of the city.
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Rising Global Challenges in Energy Demand and the Politics of Climate Change in Government Operations: Policy and Economic Development Implications
The term in this chapter is used to refer to gases like methane, carbon dioxide, and water vapor which absorbs infrared radiation from the earth’s atmosphere and reradiate it back to the earth' surface, an action which is known to have hazardous consequences (greenhouse effect) on the earth’s environment and energy consumption.
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