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Latin American metropolises: sustainable instruments for territorial development in the face of bad weather: cases of São Paulo / BR, Santiago / CL, Quito / ECU and Montevideo / URU
The present investigation is about the territorial transformations and necessary incentives for the sustainable urban development of Latin American capitals, having as an inducer the conditioning of the territorial weather as a generator and structuring element of new legal and legal aspects for the promotion of specific solutions for new urbanities.
"Weather" is understood to be any event that disrupts the normal operating conditions of cities, whether caused by natural phenomena, such as earthquakes and tsunamis, biological phenomena, such as epidemics or pandemics, or anthropogenic phenomena, such as global climate change.
Under the influx of “weather”, the existing networks of territorial functionality, put to the test by the immediate response offered to the emergency, later undergo necessary reassessments, and should change over time.
INTERNATIONAL URBAN RESEARCH SEMINAR
TERRITORIAL STRUCTURING AMONG PRODUCTIVE AREAS IN LATIN AMERICA. The borders of the port cities of Santos/BR, Valparaíso/CL, El Callao/PE and Cartagena/CO Bay
Carlos Andrés Hernández Arriagada | Glaucia Cristina Garcia dos Santos | Claudia Regina Garcia-Lima
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SLOWING CLIMATE CHANGE
Second meeting of the Territory in Weather cycle: Post-Covid-19, the activity has as an objective to collaborate and bring together solutions that allow bringing to the debate the Deceleration of Climate Change as a central theme. this aspect in function of being the element to be seen as a weather among several physical or geographical ones, which must be changed in function of the current ways in which spaces, the city and uses are being occupied and how they should be rethought.
FUNDAMENTALS FOR URBAN SUSTAINABILITY POST-PANDEMIC: ODS AGENDA 2030 UN
This Urbansus Webinar, in celebration of Environment Week, aims to contribute to the understanding, reflection and confrontation of post-pandemic urban life, addressing situations and propositions that can be used by public managers and other representations of society.