[ASSOCIATED RESEARCH]

Latin American metropolises: sustainable instruments for territorial development in the face of bad weather: cases in São Paulo / BR, Santiago / CL, Quito / ECU and Montevideo / URU

The present investigation deals with the territorial transformations and necessary incentives for the sustainable urban development of Latin American capitals, having as an inductor the conditioning of the territorial weather as a generating and structuring element of new legal and legal aspects for the promotion of specific solutions for new urbanities.
“Weather” is understood as any disruptive event in the normal functioning 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 changes.
Under the influx of "bad weather", the existing networks of territorial functionality, put to the test by the immediate response offered to the emergency, subsequently undergo necessary reassessments, which must change over time.

[IEA TEAM]

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[ FAU MACK / IEA USP]

[FACULTY OF LAW USP - BRAZIL]

  • LATTES
  • RESEARCHGATE_branco
  • EMAIL_branco
  • EMAIL_branco

[FAUG - CHILE]

  • EMAIL_branco

[FAU UVA / UFRJ / FGV]

  • LATTES
  • RESEARCHGATE_branco
  • EMAIL_branco

[IEA TEAM]

Raquel Ferraz Zamboni

FAU MACKENZIE - São Paulo

Mariana Chaves Moura

FAU MACKENZIE - São Paulo

Guilherme Gallo Cavenaghi

FAU MACKENZIE - São Paulo

Mariana Ragazzi Mendes

FAU MACKENZIE - São Paulo

Paola Serafim Filócomo

FAU MACKENZIE - São Paulo

Bruna Leticia de Fraga

FAU MACKENZIE - São Paulo

Isabella Basile Sposito

FAU MACKENZIE - São Paulo

Eduardo Alejandro Riffo Durán

FAUG - Chile

Laura Isabel González Martinez

UGC - Colômbia

Maria Camila Tejada

UGC - Colômbia

Yeison Esteeven Garcia Rivera

UGC - Colômbia

[IEA TEAM]

The present investigation deals with the territorial transformations and necessary incentives for the sustainable urban development of Latin American capitals, having as an inductor the conditioning of the territorial weather as a generating and structuring element of new legal and legal aspects for the promotion of specific solutions for new urbanities.
“Weather” is understood as any disruptive event in the normal functioning 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 changes.
Under the influx of "bad weather", the existing networks of territorial functionality, put to the test by the immediate response offered to the emergency, subsequently undergo necessary reassessments, which must change over time.

Thursday, May 14

8:00 pm (BRAZIL) 19:00 (CHILE) 04:30 (SRI LANKA)

We passed through a tunnel of uncertainty. For many, a nightmare. For some, an opportunity to wake up to a more just and supportive society. Are we prepared for the weather to come? What is the role of universities? What is the role of public management? How can we create action protocols to mitigate the next disasters that arise? What learning will we gain from this collective experience? You are invited to reflect and debate with us about the future that lies ahead of us.

https://bit.ly/3fEkDxA (LIVE)

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Latin American metropolises: sustainable instruments for territorial development in the face of bad weather: cases in São Paulo / BR, Santiago / CL, Quito / ECU and Montevideo / URU