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Title: Using participatory urban design to "close the nutrient loop" : a case study from the Philippines
Authors: Tramhel, Jeannette M.E.
Keywords: PHILIPPINES
PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH
RESILIENCE
URBAN AGRICULTURE
ALLOTMENTS
URBAN POOR
ASSET-BASED COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
WASTEWATER REUSE
COMPOSTING
SOLID WASTES
Date: 2010
Publisher: RUAF Foundation, Leusden, NL
Abstract: A shift towards resilient cities will require more than rethinking the built form; it will require the redesign of systems to facilitate more sustainable urban living practices. "Closing the nutrient loop" is an important principle in sustainable urban design, but challenging to implement. Engaging the community in the design of such systems is therefore critical to their successful implementation.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/45123
Project Number: 103710
Project Title: ECOPOLIS Graduate Research and Design Competition (Global)
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