The construction and demolition of buildings in cities pose considerable risks in the urban environment. This study selected Fuzhou, Xiamen, and Quanzhou as three typical cases, to analyze and predict their changes on building stocks and waste generation under three alternative scenarios until the end of this century.
Dataset of residential building stock and demolition waste generation
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