IGRA USTVARJALNOSTI


Teorija in praksa urejanja prostora | Številka 8 | Leto 2020 | ISSN 2350-3637

Md. Nazmul Haque1, Sharmin Siddika1, Mizbah Ahmed Sresto1:

Povezava med mestnimi zelenimi ulicami in trajnostnostjo: primer območja mesta Khulna (KCC), Bangladeš

Creative Commons License DOI 10.15292/IU-CG.2020.08.037-045 | UDK 711.4: 502.131.1(549.3Khulna) | POSLANO: 10/2020 | PREGLEDANO: 11/2020 | OBJAVLJENO: 11/2020
Organizacija: 1 Khulna University of Engineering & Technology, Khulna, Bangladesh

POVZETEK
Hitra urbanizacija v Bangladešu je negativno vplivala na ekosistem in posledično na podnebje. Območje preučevanja v tem članku je mesto Khulna (KCC). Glavni cilj te študije je predlagati izvedljive modele zelenih ulic za zmanjšanje onesnaženosti okolja. Predlagani so zeleni pasovi, ki zmanjšujejo vpliv škodljivih plinov in hkrati ohranjajo ekološko ravnovesje, kar prispeva k izpolnitvi 11. cilja trajnostnega razvoja. Članek ima tri dele. V prvem delu sta predstavljeni raziskava rabe in pokrovnosti tal ter raziskava javnega mnenja, izvedeni glede na sedanje stanje. Nato je predstavljen predlog sistema zelenih ulic na različnih križiščih, avtocestah in v soseskah mesta Khulna, ki temelji na nekaj uspešnih primerih. Nazadnje je predstavljen konceptualni okvir za izpolnitev 11. cilja trajnostnega razvoja. Iz raziskave je razvidno, da se je v zadnjih 20 letih vegetacija zmanjšala za 5 %. Prikazano je tudi, da je skupna količina ogljikovega dioksida (CO2), ki jo lahko sprejmejo velika drevesa po desetih letih, približno 32.000 kg na leto. Skupna količina CO2, ki jo lahko porabi grmičevje, je 34.810 kg na leto. Glede na raziskavo o zadovoljstvu uporabnikov je več kot 90 % ljudem všeč zamisel o zelenih ulicah, več kot 60 % pa jih meni, da bo uporaba ulic po ozelenitvi bolj praktična. Uspešno sprejetje zelenih ulic bo pripomoglo k doseganju za življenje prijetnih in zdravih skupnosti, mestno območje pa bo z izpolnitvijo 11. cilja trajnostnega razvoja postalo trajnostno.

KLJUČNE BESEDE
zelene ulice, križišče, cesta, trajnostnost, urbanizacija

CELOTEN ČLANEK
https://iu-cg.org/paper/2020/IU-CG.2020.08.037-045.pdf (1.93 MB)

CITAT
Haque, M., Siddika, S., Sresto, M. (2020). Povezava med mestnimi zelenimi ulicami in trajnostnostjo: primer območja mesta Khulna (KCC), Bangladeš. Igra ustvarjalnosti - Creativity Game, (8), 37-45. https://dx.doi.org/10.15292/IU-CG.2020.08.037-045

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