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Cities ecosystems

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About the Project
  • Team:

    José Ripper Kós
    Mauricio Mello Petrucio
    James Shoiti Miyamoto
    Nei Kavaguichi Leite . ECZ/UFSC
    Luca D’Acci . Politecnico di Torino
    Paolo Colosso . ARQ/UFSC
    Sergio Torres Moraes . ARQ/UFSC
    Camila Poeta Mangrich
    Luís Henrique Pavan
    Claudione Fernandes de Medeiros
    Ricardo De Geroni
    Gabriela Harthmann
    Ana Luisa Barbosa . PROURB.UFRJ
    Michelle das Neves Lopes . ECZ/UFSC
    Bruno Rech . ECZ/UFSC

  • Publications:

    Contribuições transdisciplinares para uma compreensão sistêmica das cidades. In: Cidade standard: precarização e reconfigurações urbanas. Rio de Janeiro: PROURB, 2020

This research project arises from a partnership with the Council of Architecture and Urbanism of Santa Catarina (CAU/SC) through a collaboration agreement between UFSC and CAU/SC. Its main objective is to organize a multidisciplinary network of researchers through a platform that fosters the resilience of cities in the Santa Catarina State, and in the future, of Brazil, based on a systemic and transdisciplinary approach to environmental regeneration associated with ensuring quality of life and reducing inequalities. This wide network of researchers linked to universities, technical entities and public agents should encourage the production, organization, systematization and monitoring of data related to urban dynamics – socioeconomic and environmental – of cities in Santa Catarina and in the future in Brazil. The initial studies for the Platform listed 14 preliminary thematic axes to support integrated solutions for projects and proposals for urban space. The 14 preliminary thematic axes are: water; community; consumption and disposal; economy; ecosystems; education; energy; equity; governance; mobility; housing; health and wellness; natural soil; and environmental vulnerability. The collaborative platform should allow the connection with other networks, observatories and platforms, and will consist of cscientific, technical and other publications prepared by civil society, systematized at the intersection between the broad thematic axes, and that demonstrate the potential of contributions that associate positive impacts on several of dthese areas simultaneously.