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Ecological and economic aspects of planning of urban development
ISSN: 1451-4117     
E-ISSN: 1821-3197    
DOI: 10.5937/jaes15-14666
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Volume 15 article 463 pages: 418 - 421

Andrey Leonidovich Pozdnyakov
Southwest State University, Faculty of Building and Architecture, Kursk, Russia

The article analyzes the foreign and Russian experience of urban development, taking into account the environmental and economic requirements for modern projects. Among the environmental priorities of many countries, the problems of organization of urban territory, development and maintenance of green spaces are brought to the forefront. The main problems, characteristic of large urban agglomerations, are combined in the following groups: transport, waste, energy, water, land use and landscapes.

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Author thanks the Rector of the Southwest State University, Doctor of Technical Sciences Yemelyanov S.G.

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