Mariusz Szabłowski

ECOLOGY CONSTRUCTIVELY – Sustainable Development of Urban Areas

The shape of urban space is determined chiefly by: public administration, investors, designers, and planners. their common goal is the good of all, but neither their visions, nor the paths leading to reach it are alike. the groups share one feature only: reluctance to recognize other viewpoints. the basis of urban sustainable development is the ability to see the city in its entire context that includes the perspectives of all stakeholders. pragmatic administration, mercantile investors, demanding and yet public-spirited inhabitants as well as designers pursuing a perfect city can be all brought together only through a dialogue. in this book we are trying to show how to reconcile the necessary with the impossible in order to build sustainable cities.

This material has been published thanks to the financial support of the national fund for environmental protection and water management. the sole responsibility for its contents lies with Collegium Mazovia.

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Digital City

Aarhus is the second largest city in Denmark. It has 315 thousand people and the number is growing. The Aarhus agglomeration has 1.2 million people. It is an important sea port and a railway hub. In the beginning of the 20th century, the city became the most essential center for science and culture in Jutland (one of five Danish administrative regions  established on 1 January 2007 under the administrative reform. It encompasses the Northern Jutland and partly Viborg Amt as well as the Commune of Mariager which beforehand belonged to Århus Amt district).