The booklet Liveable Cities the Benefits of Urban Environmental Planning offers a collection of case studies that showcase the benefits of urban environmental planning. Case studies share a common structure. Each starts with an explanation of why the case study is important, followed by a brief description of the urban context and the city’s urban management approach. The main body of the case study is then presented, with a section that outlines the environmental entry point. Finally comes the section on results and lessons learned, wrapping up with another on replicability. The structure is designed to allow the reader to assess the relevance of the case study to his or her own city, quickly and easily.