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    Modern approaches to achieve sustainable development

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    Post by Rocky Thu 20 Jul 2017, 3:22 am

    Modern approaches to achieve sustainable development

     

    7/20/2017 0:55

    *Dr. Mohammed Saleh Turki al - Quraishi
    becomes a society increasingly urbanized and with the accelerated urbanization process comes a lot of challenges. Urban zones now contain the largest proportion of the world 's population and consume large amounts of natural resources, as well as most of the urban growth is happening in developing countries , divided between small cities and medium - sized cities.
    These cities affect developing countries on sensitive systems Aletbiaah surrounding such as land or wet forests and systems Aletbiaah mountain areas.
    Also, those cities need increasing amounts of natural resources and result in the exploitation of unfair to those resources; this unprecedented urban growth could be an opportunity alone to build a small - sized cities and cities of medium - sized more amenable to sustainability and are more likely to be innovative and fair. It is clear that the decisions and actions require society to move patterns more amenable to sustainability in the field of production and consumption that is focused on the delivery of this approach to the management of urban areas. The benefits of spatial planning - environmental many which is a result of the integration of the environment and spatial planning, Cities occupies a good place to act as head of the disengagement or separation of economic development from the use of resources and environmental impacts when the search for a better balance between the social, environmental and economic goals.
    As the efficient cities in the use of resources between high productivity and innovation with lower costs and reduce environmental impacts with the presentation of financial savings and an increase in sustainability with savings in time or time .. Therefore, the high population densities in solidarity cities with urban form of mixed uses represent patterns most stability the efficiency of its suppliers with similar levels of economic output, but even though the most prevalent developments are other options may have been in order to support the efficient use of resources.
    It has become known today that the cities are formations produced by humans and therefore constitute or built based on the principles and approaches on which it or found the community here must emphasize the fact that the construction or establishment of cities efficient resources more requires that there is a change being about accelerated urbanization, particularly in the cities of developing countries.
    The cities can use the principles and approaches to the integration of the environment in spatial planning and environmental management, as the international organizations encourage and support decision - makers in this direction or in the process.
    This approach begins to recognize that it adopted and implemented in small towns and large cities act is a guide based in the face of global environmental problems, as cities are places of interaction between the various human activities and environmental issues.
    Therefore, the activities in small towns and large cities affect the environment locally, regionally and universally negative ways and positive.
    Although public health and sewage disposal and waste management are clear and visible local issues in low urban income, the high levels of consumption can generate how far away from environmental results through the use of raw materials and energy sites separated by distance to the production of goods and services, and at the same time, urbanization It provides a range of opportunities to meet the social and environmental burdens.
    The complications of sustainability , which includes lower costs per capita to provide services in densely populated areas and options for greater recycling and better opportunities for the use of public transport, so the cities can contribute to the very important and great achievement and high levels of efficiency in the use of resources. The range of strategies can be used in the integration of the environment in spatial planning and urban management in this area strategic development of the city has shown how to integrate environmental considerations into the practices of the vision of the city in the long term. The general environmental trend can help in the introduction of appropriate environmental considerations in the decisions of institutions at a time when ideas emerge about the urban green economy to show how the density can generate environmental and social opportunities? (Including through the infrastructure of green) and can support environmental and social innovation and competition.
    Require environmental strategies for urban areas to be supported by basic principles behind it as the political support and commitment pledges of government are things that are very vital as well as the need for empathy with them by urban residents or residents as these strategies require to be based on the governance structures to facilitate the integration of environmental considerations in the planning process spatial, so the limitations or financial constraints often prevent or actually hinder environmentally important.
    The growing urbanization will be one of the important characteristics that is characterized by the atheist and the twentieth century and this situation produces certain environmental challenges, but also generates opportunities for urban development that can contribute broader goals of improving the quality of life for city dwellers while doing the completion of the largest levels in the sustainability of cosmic. Therefore, urbanization is a demographic phenomenon, but , on the other hand , is linked to economic transformation, social and environmental.
    Urban centers provide opportunities for a wide range of social, economic and cultural activities , as it is very important for innovation in science, technology and education. In fact, of great importance to social and economic development of urban areas due to the very important fact that sustainable urban growth is only has the ability to rid the urban population and the rural population out of poverty.
    The environmental benefits of planning to explore how a variety of issues have been taken into account in different urban areas? And how the range of activities have been implemented has become a good guide to what can reflect on the results of the process of integration of the environment in urban planning and management?
    Therefore, a growing number of cities in the world have already begun activity to achieve sustainable principles and practice of those principles in which cities , mostly from developed countries and some developing countries , where it introduced the rapid public transport systems.
    These leading cities have begun to show that access to the sustainable urban development point does not need to be a net environmental but can be a double focus on the goals of economic development and environmental goals.
    Economic is to diversify The objectives of economic activity and high production efficiency and achieve a highly competitive , as well as raising the standard of living for residents in cities by achieving high growth rates in per capita income and access to better quality of life. The environmental goals of the cities include ensuring a healthy life as well as to ensure work for residents in the city and provide the necessary services that are essential for health and important economic base and appropriate relationships sustainable for the needs of the city 's natural resources and absorb waste and protect the functions Aletbiaah systems that depend upon the city in ways that also contribute to achieving the goals healthy environments Social and Economic. * Planning Center for Urban and Regional Graduate Studies / University of Baghdad


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