Sustainable Development Indicators for Cities

Wednesday, 13 July 2016: 16:30
Location: Hörsaal 6D P (Neues Institutsgebäude (NIG))
Oral Presentation
Sergey BOBYLEV, moscow state, Russia
Alla BOBYLEVA, moscow state "lomonosov" university, Russia
The assessment of urban population’s life quality implies an investigation of all factors defining it: economic, social and ecological. The development of the corresponding indicators of sustainable urban development is necessary for it. The majority of the cities in the world and in this country show unsustainable development at present time. In this article the world and Russian experience of development of indicators of sustainable urban development is considered. There are many studies on indicators of sustainable urban development in the world. The special draft of the Program for environmental protection of the United Nations (UNEP) and Global base of information resources UNEP/GRID-Arendal was fulfilled for assessment of the quality and sustainability of urban environment. In this presentation opportunities of adaptation for Russia of approaches to these indicators’ development on the basis of Human Development Index developed by United Nations Development Program and an index of Adjusted Net Savings of the World Bank are considered.