Britain says low-carbon planning should be the future of urban developmentbased expert. Given India\'s growth and the rapid urbanization of its cities and environment, a low-carbon master planning round table was organized in Bangalore on Thursday. What is the main plan of the low-carbon master plan to solve the problem of urbanization to urban migration, and reduce ( If not maintained) Carbon footprint caused by development activities. Gregory Buck of the UK Trade and Investment Corporation and Bharat memeena, chief secretary of the Urban Development Department, attended the round table and focused on the need to study the carbon footprint caused by urban development, efforts to deal with the situation were also addressed. \"Today, low-carbon development is coming. This is no longer a CSR initiative, followed by some, but normal things. The need for low-carbon development is essential to understand the carbon footprint that any development project may generate and to take steps to reduce it. \"By measuring carbon production in the planning phase itself, immediate measures can be taken to mitigate the situation,\" said Barker . \". He also suggested that the recently announced infrastructure corridor in Mumbai, Bangalore, could incorporate low-carbon planning along the route to ensure a reduction in the carbon footprint. UK-based Atkins has done two pilot studies in India. Mysore and madoray Learn how to incorporate low-carbon master planning technologies into the master planning effort to ensure that development efforts do not increase the carbon footprint. \"The corridor is likely to change the rules of the economic game. While transportation and infrastructure are at the heart of it, other aspects of health, IT, and more will also revolve around it. \"The pilots of Mysore and madurey may be a practical guide on how to incorporate this into the BMIC,\" said Buck . \". \"It is no longer true that India lives in villages. India is increasingly coming to cities, which is a huge challenge for urban developers. With BMIC, we are talking about developing the whole region like fashion. It makes sense to plan like this, \"says Bharat memeena. The Atkins pilot study selected Ballahalli from Mysore to develop an overall plan to ensure a low carbon footprint. It studies various aspects such as transportation, barrier-free facilities, distance of nodes within the area, architectural design and materials, and measures the carbon footprint after development. Jitesh Brahmkshatriya of Atkins estimates that if the Ballahalli master plan prepared by Atkins using the low carbon master planning tool is implemented, it may save 7% by transportation Use public transport and actively plan for walking, cycling, etc. In addition, carbon emissions from operational energy sources can be reduced to 36%.