Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Sustainable Housing

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Academic Editor

Amjad Almusaed
Amjad Almusaed

Jönköping University,
Sweden

Co-editor

Asaad Almssad
Asaad Almssad

Karlstad University,
Sweden

Published23 February 2022

Doi10.5772/intechopen.95680

ISBN978-1-83969-648-0

Print ISBN978-1-83969-647-3

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-83969-649-7

Copyright year2022

Number of pages330

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This book aims at increasing awareness and promoting scientific research in support of the global United Nations Sustainable Development Goals programme. IntechOpen is a member of the UN SDG Publishers Compact. Learn more

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Table of Contents

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7. An Explorative Perspective on the Resilience in Neighborhoods in the Netherlands

By Hendrik Marten Koolma and Catharina Frederika van Dreven

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10. Proposal of Rural Housing and Habitat Improvement of the Town El Encanto, in Tapachula, Chiapas, Mexico

By Lorenzo Franco Escamirosa Montalvo, Carlos Uriel del Carpio Penagos, María de Lourdes Ocampo García, Ángel René Estrada Arévalo, Arturo López González and Roberto Arroyo Matus

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13. UK House Prices – Connectedness or Ripple Effect?

By Taufiq Choudhry, Syed S. Hassan and Sarosh Shabi

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16. Evaluation of Well-Being and Thermal Comfort of the LAD-MA Construction System for Low-Cost Homes

By Rodolfo Jiménez Cavieres, Javier Carrasco Eade and Camilo Valdebenito Monsalve

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