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“YOU BE THE IMPROVEMENT THAT YOU SEE IN THE WORLD” (M. Ghandi)

Cunico, L. “YOU BE THE IMPROVEMENT THAT YOU SEE IN THE WORLD” (M. Ghandi). In: blue in architecture09 _ symposium proceedings. Università Iuav di Venezia. ISBN 978-88-87697-650

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1987:The concept of ‘sustainable development’ was crystallized and popularized in the 1987 report of the United Nations World Commission on Environment and Development – the Brundtland Commission – which drew upon long established lines of thought that had developed substantially over the previous 20 years. The Brundtland Commission’s shorthand characterization of ‘sustainable development’ is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. The prominence given to ‘needs’ reflects a concern to eradicate poverty and meet basic human needs, broadly understood. The concept of sustainable development focused attention on finding strategies to promote economic and social development in ways that avoid environmental degradation, over-exploitation or pollution, and sidelined less productive debates about whether to prioritize development or the environment. A variety of important constituencies could support this concept. The link with ‘sustainability’ satisfied a variety of environmental constituencies. The emphasis on ‘development’ could be widely endorsed, and was particularly welcomed by representatives from poorer countries, development agencies, and groups primarily concerned about poverty and social deprivation. 2009: Today the concept of sustainability is a trasversal point of view of all scientific class because it is a research of harmony and balance about natural and artificial future environment. The sustainable city answers to specific human and urban necessities like: -accessibility-universal design -viability -orientation -security -naturality -health -serenity

Tipologia del documento:Estratto da libro
Soggetti:Area 08 - Ingegneria civile e Architettura > ICAR/14 Composizione architettonica e urbana
Struttura:Facoltà > Far Architettura > Lauree specialistiche > Architettura per la sostenibilita
Codice ID:338
Depositato da :Benno Albrecht
Depositato il :01 Dic 2011 10:48
Ultima modifica:01 Dic 2011 10:48

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