ISSN 2344 – 1283, ISSN CD-ROM 2344 – 1291, ISSN ONLINE 2344 – 1305, ISSN-L 2344 – 1283


Published in Scientific Papers. Series "Journal of Young Scientist", Vol. 3
Written by Adela Eleonora VISAN, Mihaela RADU, Emine ISMAIL

As known, nowadays we are facing new ecological pressures, when land, water and clean air are not anymore regarded as infinite resources. As an example, in Bucharest, the current urban sprawl has begun to destroy the most valuable land and open-space resources. All along the Colentina river there is an impressive potential of creating green areas, but also new dwellings combined with peri-urban agriculture, not forgetting about heritage. All the 13 lakes have their own identities, but which are not fully taken care of. It can easily be noticed the lack of management of these lakes- the shores are in a bad condition, inaccessible, the water is far from being clean and, what is more, water pollution happens without any refrain. What we suggest is to design cycle tracks, walking paths, beach areas, sportive areas, decks, restaurants, greenways, community gardens, agricultural areas, all intelligently integrated in a econeighbourhood along Grivita lake. Also, reinforcing the shores and reassuring the continuity of the existing ecosystems are important aspects of our project. All in all, our aim is to tackle the social, economical and ecological issues all together. This would mean to rise the quality of living in the peripheral areas of Bucharest, create social mixity and also encourage the small commerce which is an extremely important aspect for the community

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