SUSTAINABILITY

#SPANISHREVOLUTION

In City Lines I have supported different policies and strategies to have better governance and planning for our cities. So, I am happy to celebrate and to participate with this post in the #spanishrevolution movement (also called #acampadasol, #globalcamp, #nonosvamos, etc.), because it goes straight into the core of the […]

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PUBLIC VS PRIVATE SECTOR, IS IT AN EFFICIENCY QUESTION?

This crisis time has brought to Spain and to other countries the need to talk about public and private sector. The great recession has turned the public budget with more outcomes and less incomes, so deficit and debt has arrived to an allegedly sane economy. This background has been quickly […]

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LEARNING TO DECREASE OR THE “PLANNING” OBSOLESCENCE

The other day I saw a documentary film about the planned obsolescence. Simplifying, they said that enterprises sell products that break down when expected. So, this means that we purchase stuff that does not long as much as it could. I already knew this “malicious” behaviour of enterprises, but this […]

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EL PAISAJE Y LOS CRITERIOS SOCIALES, MEDIOAMBIENTALES Y ECONÓMICOS

A partir de los años 90 se ha incorporado una nueva figura dentro de la planificación territorial, el paisaje. De esta forma, en el año 2000, en la ciudad de Florencia vio la luz el Convenio Europeo del Paisaje, que fue ratificado por el estado español el 26 de noviembre […]

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