S.M. Labib

The University of Manchester - School of Environment and Development

Manchester

United Kingdom

SEED, University of Manchester.

Oxford Road

Manchester, N/A M13 9PL

United Kingdom

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

6

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965

SSRN CITATIONS

6

CROSSREF CITATIONS

1

Scholarly Papers (6)

1.

Transport Sustainability of Dhaka: A Measure of Ecological Footprint and Means for Sustainable Transportation System

Labib, S. M., Mohiuddin, H., & Shakil, S. H. (2013). Transport Sustainability of Dhaka: A Measure of Ecological Footprint and Means for Sustainable Transportation System. Journal of Bangladesh Institute of Planners, 6, 137–147.
Number of pages: 11 Posted: 23 May 2015
S.M. Labib, S.M. Labib, Hossain Mohiuddin and Shahadat Shakil
SEED, University of Manchester.The University of Manchester - School of Environment and Development, Student and USAID/Bangladesh
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carbon emission, carbon footprint, climate change, dhaka, ecological footprint, environmental sustainability, sustainable development, transportation planning

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Stakeholder Debate in Policy Implementation: An Evaluation of Bangladesh Leather Processing Industry Relocation Policy

Bangladesh E-Journal of Sociology, 13(1), 126-137, 2016
Number of pages: 12 Posted: 01 May 2016
Shahadat Shakil, S.M. Labib, S.M. Labib and Md. Khan
USAID/Bangladesh, SEED, University of Manchester.The University of Manchester - School of Environment and Development and Khulna University of Engineering and Technology
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Stakeholder Conflict, Policy Implementation, Tannery Relocation, Leather Processing Industry, Urbanization, Dhaka

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Recognition of Rural-Urban Linkage Throughunderstanding the Potential Impact of Growth Center: A Case Study of Paragram Hut, Nawabganj, Dhaka

Number of pages: 20 Posted: 15 Jan 2019
Nazia Hossain, Anutosh Das, S.M. Labib, S.M. Labib and Hossain Mohiuddin
Rajshahi University of Engineering & Technology, Rajshahi University of Engineering & Technology, SEED, University of Manchester.The University of Manchester - School of Environment and Development and Student
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Growth Center, Rural-Urban Linkage, Livelihood Diversification, Agricultural Transformation

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Integrating Data Mining and Microsimulation Modelling to Reduce Traffic Congestion: A Case Study of Signalized Intersections in Dhaka, Bangladesh

Labib, S. M., Mohiuddin, H., Hasib, I. M. A., Sabuj, S. H., & Hira, S., Integrating Data Mining and Microsimulation Modelling to Reduce Traffic Congestion: A Case Study of Signalized Intersections in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Urban Science, 3(2), 41, 2019
Number of pages: 23 Posted: 13 Mar 2020
SEED, University of Manchester.The University of Manchester - School of Environment and Development, University of Iowa - School of Urban and Regional Planning, Pi Labs Bangladesh Ltd, Dmoney Bangladesh Limited and SilvaCarbon-NASA
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Traffic Congestion; Intelligent Transportation; Vehicle Detection; Microscopic Traffic Simulation; VISSIM; Urban Transportation; Road Traffic Monitoring; Traffic Signal Control; Data Mining; openCV

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Demystifying Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) for Greenness Exposure Assessments and Policy Interventions in Urban Greening

Number of pages: 29 Posted: 12 Sep 2022
Alex de la Iglesia Martinez, S.M. Labib and S.M. Labib
Utrecht University and SEED, University of Manchester.The University of Manchester - School of Environment and Development
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NDVI, Green spaces, Greenness exposure, Urban design interventions, Urban greening, Environmental health

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Carbon Dioxide Emission and Bio-Capacity Indexing for Transportation Activities: A Methodological Development in Determining the Sustainability of Vehicular Transportation Systems

Journal of Environmental Management, Vol. 223, 2018
Posted: 17 Jul 2018
Shahadat Shakil, S.M. Labib and S.M. Labib
USAID/Bangladesh and SEED, University of Manchester.The University of Manchester - School of Environment and Development

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Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Emission, Transportation Sustainability Rating, Bio-Capacity, Urban Transport, Low Carbon Transport