SUSTAINABILITY AND GREEN SOCIOECOSYSTEM RESILIENCE: A CONCEPTUAL VIEW

Authors

  • José G. Vargas Hernández Instituto Tecnológico José Mario Molina Pasquel y Henríquez, Unidad Académica Zapopan
  • Muhammad Mahboob Ali Constituent Institution of the University of Dhaka

Keywords:

Resilience; sustainability; urban land use.

Abstract

Humanity is facing a series of important challenges, global warming being one the most important. Consequently, sustainability and resilience have become key elements in providing a better response to the crisis and in maintaining an equilibrium between ecology, economics and various social domains. The design and use of urban land should consider the inclusion of a multi-functional green infrastructure to obtain different benefits, from ecosystem services to value creation. Additionally, the urban land-use planning system contributes to economic growth, social development and environmental sustainability, while biodiversity is able to provide renewal and reorganization capacities for changes in social- ecosystems. All these elements bring forth a different paradigm for the future decisions of communities.

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