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Title: An inclusive urban project for healthy cities
Authors: Moniz, Gonçalo Canto 
Mateus, Américo
Correia, Luís Miguel
Bandeirinha, José António 
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: ACSA
Project: info:eu-repo/grantAgreement/EC/H2020/776783/EU/URBiNAT - Healthy corridors as drivers of social housing neighbourhoods for the co-creation of social, environmental and marketable NBS 
Serial title, monograph or event: 2021 International Conference: 27th World Congress of Architects
Place of publication or event: Rio de Janeiro
Abstract: With the advent and rapid dissemination of the COVID 19 corona virus the world has found itself living in a new reality, in which we are all connected by a network that goes far beyond that of the virtual world. Dealing with the current pandemic therefore requires a strategy that is universal and embraced by and for all, one that asserts the right to a more sustainable planet, containing territories that are more inclusive, co-creative and healthy. The city was, is, and always will be, for a variety of reasons, the place where these common purposes can be investigated and disentangled. Recent history shows, that urban territories have always found it difficult to conciliate the intransigent economic and financial needs imposed by the wider world with the policies of social and cultural cohesion desired by local populations, especially by those who live in conditions of greater vulnerability. The aspiration is towards a collective lifestyle which respects the management of natural resources. Our survival and that of the planet depends on this. Faced with this challenge it is up to us as inhabitants of this planet to participate in the change we know to be inevitable. URBiNAT is a European project promoting inclusive urban regeneration in seven European cities, aiming to prove that the practice of a process of co-creation, one that involves politicians, technicians and citizens, can create a pathway towards a space in which all are valued: a space that is both public and healthy.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10316/96309
ISBN: 978-1-944214-31-9
Rights: openAccess
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