Volume 3, Issue 2 (2023) Linking Socio-Environmental Transition for Sustainable CitiesCities are hubs of complex interactions between society and ecosystems. At present, climate change and other environmental issues are directly or indirectly linked to urban metabolism. However, cities can also be key players in the fight against climate change and acknowledge the socio-ecological nature of urban environments. In this issue, we explore how cities advance urban studies by connecting socio-environmental transition for sustainable cities. By bringing together scholars from various disciplines, we hope to encourage collaboration and a deeper understanding of urban environments. This will help us identify commonalities and differences in approaching urban issues and pave the way for new discussions on the role of urban socio-environmental transition in shaping sustainable changes.
Plugged in and charging: Environmentalism Factors Does Affect Behavioral Intention to Purchase Electric Cars in Indonesia, But Non-Environmental Factors are Important Too
Hana Salsabila and Imam Salehudin
Urban Flood and Its Correlation with Built-up Area in Semarang, Indonesia
Risty Khoirunisa and Bambang Darmo Yuwono
Building Resilience through Nature-based Solutions: Exploring the Urban-Rural Linkages in Flood Mitigation Strategies for Jayapura
Dominika Wara Christiana, Yudhistira S. Pribadi, and Retno Wihanesta