The course provides a theoretical background to the sustainability aspects of water and waste management, transport services, energy supply and distribution. The theory will then be applied to the analysis and design of sustainable infrastructure case studies, involving economic, resource and population constraints.
It provides a regional planning context to the planning and design of infrastructure and provides a series of case studies to illustrate the principles of sustainable infrastructure design.
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