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1. Official documents
- Charter of European Cities & Towns Towards Sustainability, European Conference on Sustainable Cities & Towns in Aalborg, Denmark, 1994
- European Sustainable Cities Report, Expert Group on the Urban Environment, European Commission, 1996
- The Habitat Agenda, Istanbul Declaration on Human Settlement, UN Documents, 1996
- Aalborg Commitments and Aalborg +10- Inspiring Futures, 2004
- A Digital agenda for Europe, European Commission, 2010
- Making our cities attractive and sustainable. How the EU contributes to improving the urban environment, European Commission, 2010
- Renewable energy – Investing in energy and resource efficiency, United Nations Environment Programme, 2011
- Basque Declaration – New Pathways for European Cities and Towns to create productive, sustainable and resilient cities for a liveable and inclusive Europe, 2016
- WORLD CITIES REPORT, UNHABITAT / United Nations Human Settlements Programme, 2016
2. Scientific references
2a. (Urban) Sustainability
- STREN, R., WHITE, R., WHITNEY, J., (1992). Sustainable cities: urbanization and the environment in international perspective. Boulder, Colorado/Oxford, England, Westview Press.
- DOBSON, A., (2003). Social justice and environmental sustainability: ne’er the twain shall meet. Just sustainabilities: Development in an unequal world, pages 83-95.
- BULKELEY, H., BETSILL, M., (2005). Rethinking Sustainable Cities: Multilevel Governance and the ‘Urban’ Politics of Climate Change. Environmental Politics, Volume 14, Issue 1, pages 42-63
- LARSSEN, K., et al., (2011). Environmental scenarios and local-global level of community engagement: Environmental justice, jams, institutions and innovation. Futures, Volume 43, Issue 4, pages 413–423.
- AGYEMAN, J., (2013). Introducing just sustainabilities: Policy, planning, and practice. London: Zed books.
- WAAS, T., HUGE, J., BLOCK, T., VERBRUGGEN, A., WRIGHT, T., BENITEZ-CAPISTROS, F. (2014). Sustainability Assessment and Indicators: Tools in a Decision-Making Strategy for Sustainable Development. Sustainability, 6, 9, pages 5512-5534.
- DEVOLDER, S., BLOCK, T. (2015). Transition Thinking Incorporated: Towards a New Discussion Framework on Sustainable Urban Projects. Sustainability, 7 (3), pages 3269-3289.
2.b Participatory processes
- GLASS, J. J., (1979). Citizen Participation in Planning: The Relationship Between Objectives and Techniques. Journal of the American Planning Association, Volume 45, Issue 2, pages 180-189.
- DYER, M., CORSINI, F., CERTOMÀ, C. (2017). Making urban governance, planning and design a participatory goal. A collaborative urbanism agenda. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers – Urban Design and Planning, 170 (3)
- KIISKI KATAJA, E., (2017). From the trials of democracy towards future participation. Sitra Memorandum
2.c Digital cities
- KAIKA, M., and SWYNGEDOUW, E., (2000). Fetishizing the modern city: the phantasmagoria of urban technological networks. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, Issue 24(1), pages 120-138.
- KITCHIN, R., (2011). The Programmable City. Environment and Planning B, Issue 38, pages 945-951.
- GREENFIELD, A., (2013). Against the Smart City. Do Projects, New York.
- SÖDESTRÖM O., et al., (2014). Smart cities as corporate storytelling. City, Issue 18/3, pages 307-320.
- AGYEMANM, J., (2015). Sharing Cities: a case for truly smart and sustainable cities. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.
- CERTOMÀ, C., DYER, M., POCATILU, L., RIZZI, F., (eds.), (2017). Citizen Empowerment and Innovation in the Data-Rich City. Springer
2b. ICTs and Crowdsourcing for governance
Trends in crowdsourcing research (Certomà, Corsini, Rizzi, 2015)
- HOWE, J., (2006). The rise of crowdsourcing. Wired, Issue 14/6.
- ALBORSA, J., RAMOSB, J. C., HERVASA, J. L. (2008). New learning network paradigms: Communities of objectives, crowdsourcing, wikis and open source. International Journal of Information Management, Vol. 28, pages 194–202.
- BRABHAM, D.C., (2008). Crowdsourcing as a model for problem solving an introduction and cases. Convergence, Issue 14/1, pages 75-90.
- SHIRKY, C., (2008). Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing Without Organizations. Penguin Press, London.
- BRABHAM, D. C. (2009). Crowdsourcing the Public Participation Process for Planning Projects. Planning Theory, Vol. 8, Issue 3, pages 242–262.
- ARUP, (2011) Smart Cities: Transforming the 21st City Via the Creative Use of Technology. Arup, London.
- ESTELLÉS-AROLAS, E., GONZÁLEZ-LADRÓN-DE-GUEVARA, F., (2012). Towards an integrated crowdsourcing definition. Journal of Information Science, Issue 38, pages 189–200.
- BRABHAM, D.C., (2013). The four urban governance problem types suitable for crowdsourcing citizen participation. In BRABHAM, D.C. (ed.) Citizen E-Participation in Urban Governance: Crowdsourcing and Collaborative.
- CERTOMÀ, C., CORSINI, F., RIZZI, F. (2015). Crowdsourcing urban sustainability. Data, people and technologies in participatory governance, Futures, 74. Slideshow available here.
- CERTOMÀ, C., RIZZI, F., (2015). Smart cities for smart citizens: Enabling urban transitions through crowdsourcing. On Ugec Viewpoints, August 19.
- SHELTON T., et al., (2015). The ‘actually existing smart city’. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, Issue 8/1, pages 13-25.
- CERTOMÀ, C., RIZZI, F., (2017) “Crowdsourcing process for citizen-driven governance ” in CERTOMÀ, C., DYER, M., POCATILU, L., RIZZI, F., (eds.), (2017). Citizen Empowerment and Innovation in the Data-Rich City. Springer
2c. Digital Social Innovation
Relationship between social innovation and crowdsourcing (Certomà, own elaboration)
- SIMON, J., BASS, T., BOELMAN, V., MULGAN, G., (2017). Digital Democracy: The Tools Transforming Political Engagement. On nesta.org.uk, February 23.