Principios de sostenibilidad social en el diseño urbano

  • Nataly Alejandra Arévalo García Swinburne University of Technology
  • Mercedes García Pazmiño Universidad Central del Ecuador

Resumen

     La sostenibilidad social es un aspecto integral del diseño urbano, aunque poco apreciado y no bien entendido. En este ensayo, subrayamos la importancia de integrar los principios de sostenibilidad social en los diseños urbanos y maximizar la integración de las comunidades locales de acuerdo con su status quo. Logramos este enfoque refinando los parámetros necesarios para hacer que las comunidades sean más sostenibles, aclarando las definiciones de sostenibilidad social en relación con el diseño y presentando casos de estudio donde los principios de compromiso con la sostenibilidad social han fallado, y examinamos las lecciones aprendidas de esos casos. Concluimos alentando un nuevo cambio de paradigma hacia la maximización del diseño urbano socialmente sostenible a través de la integración de la comunidad. En este contexto, la necesidad urgente de enfoques tangibles y fáciles de usar, y la participación realista de la comunidad presenta una oportunidad para aumentar el desarrollo sostenible a largo plazo.


Palabras claves: diseño urbano, integración de comunidades, sostenibilidad social.

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2018-06-30
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ARÉVALO GARCÍA, Nataly Alejandra; GARCÍA PAZMIÑO, Mercedes. Principios de sostenibilidad social en el diseño urbano. Revista Científica Retos de la Ciencia, [S.l.], v. 2, n. 2, p. 1-11, jun. 2018. ISSN 2602-8247. Disponible en: <http://retosdelaciencia.com/Revistas/index.php/retos/article/view/225>. Fecha de acceso: 21 oct. 2018