Contribucions de l’ecologia política urbana a transicions de drenatge sostenibles

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Aquest article té com a objectiu reconèixer que la geografia urbana crítica i l’ecologia política urbana (EPU) poden proporcionar eines analítiques per incorporar completament la dimensió social als sistemes urbans de drenatge sostenible (SUD), superant les enteses ageogràfiques i despolititzades de les transicions sostenibles de les aigües pluvials. La teoria de les transicions de la sostenibilitat ha contribuït significativament, a través del seu marc sociotècnic, als discursos de governança, infraestructura i gestió del nou paradigma de les aigües pluvials d’amenaça a recurs. No obstant això, falla a l’hora de reconèixer les complexitats que les dinàmiques geogràfiques, històriques i polítiques introdueixen en aquest procés a mesura que sorgeixen preguntes sobre per què, com i per a qui les aigües pluvials es converteixen en un recurs. L’article sosté que l’EPU pot oferir informació sobre per què i com les transicions de drenatge poden tenir lloc en contextos específics, considerant aspectes de sostenibilitat, equitat social, justícia i democràcia.

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transició sostenible d’aigües pluvials, geografia urbana crítica, anàlisi sociopolítica, anàlisi socioambiental

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Andrea Nóblega-Carriquiry, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

Department of Geography | Resources, Risks and Environmental Change in Catalonia

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18-05-2022

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