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Urban Planning and Sustainable Architectural Development

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Urban Planning for Better Human Settlements: Planning in general is the scientific method that aims to provide solutions or alternatives to the current or expected problems of society within the framework of an organized plan with clear policies and objectives, within a specific time period. It takes into account the ...

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Sustainability as the future`s gateway (7 min. read)

Introduction: Humanity`s Technological evolution from the simplest things like a needle all the way to rockets is owed to the environment and also to the humanity itself, a debt that’s very hard to be settled as the fair price is our future. Since the industrial revolution through the past 2 ...

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The Importance of Renewable Energy for Environment

The Importance of Renewable Energy for Environment: Usually we use energy to obtain electricity, hot water, and fuel for cars. We harvest this energy from fossil fuels such as oil, natural gas and coal. However, these are nonrenewable energy sources. Therefore, the problem is now if these sources finish, we ...

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Sustainability as a Reaction to Pollution

Sustainability Definition Sustainability is the property of biological systems to remain diverse and productive indefinitely. In more general terms, sustainability is the endurance of systems and processes. It includes the four interconnected domains: ecology, economics, politics, and culture. Sustainability science Sustainability science is the study of sustainable development and environmental science. ...

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What is sustainability and why is it important?

An attempt at keeping our ecosystem in balance, sustainability is a study of development necessary today that does not compromise the needs of future generations. Despite its new emergence, the idea of sustainability considers economic, social and ecological dimensions alongside its goal of protecting our natural environment, sustaining our modern ...

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Urban Planning in Ancient Egypt.

Ancient Egyptian civilization is one of the most important civilizations that influenced human heritage. It is one of the most necessary civilizations established on the premise of urban construction. This was done by rulers and kings who ruled Egypt both in the pre-Christmas period and beyond. The ancient Egyptians relied ...

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The Most Cities Threatened By Natural Disasters

The Most Cities Threatened By Natural Disasters Natural Disasters, Floods have killed thousands in India and across Asia. Record hurricanes have wreaked havoc across the Caribbean and the US. Fires, driven by drought, lay waste to large parts of Portugal and California. Closer to home, unprecedented storms have claimed lives and ...

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The benefits of green buildings

The Benefits of green buildings green buildings: Every day there is an evidence for the importance of green buildings and their multiple benefits is emerging, providing the means to achieve a range of global goals such as addressing climate change and accelerating economic growth. The Green Building is the building ...

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Resilient Cities In The World

Resilient Cities In The World Resilient Cities face a growing range of adversities and challenges in the 21st century. From the effects of climate change to growing migrant populations to inadequate infrastructure to pandemics to cyber-attacks. Resilience is what helps Resilient Cities adapt and transform in the face of these challenges, ...

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Sustainability in Cities

 What is the meaning of “Sustainability”? Sustainability (from sustain and ability) is the property of biological systems to remain diverse and productive indefinitely. Long-lived and healthy wetlands and forests are examples of sustainable biological systems. In more general terms, sustainability is the endurance of systems and processes. The organizing principle for sustainability is sustainable development, which includes the four interconnected domains: ecology, economics, politics, and culture. Sustainability science is ...

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