Adaptive Neighborhood: Morphology of Flux City

Auteur Irem INCE
Directeur /trice prof. Jean Ruegg
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Résumé de la thèse The study aims to respond the question of how can the city be adaptive against urban changes? In this respect, the study aims to investigate tools for developing adaptive environment to cope with urban vulnerabilities and negative impacts of urban changes. Urban changes come into the approach as slow onset urban changes and extreme urban changes depended on man-made and natural factors. These urban changes increase the vulnerable environment that causes problems to social and biophysical systems of urban environment in the long run (UNEP, 2011). A changing urban environment demonstrates different impacts in its social, economic and environmental structure, such as habitat loss, pollution, loss of common property resources, displacement of communities and unemployment (Smit et al. 2006). To help to avoid from the negative impacts of urban changes, it is crucial to understand the urban change dynamics in the context of adaptability.
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