Green-switch: Reducing the conflict between the industrial and the residential interfaceThe Sustainable City: Urban regeneration and sustainability (2006)
The dilemma of co-existence of human-industry has been a constant topic of debate among the realms of landscape planning, many times without being clearly articulated as such. This paper examines the conflict through the study of industrial-residential domain. Natural resources such as water and land are primary reasons of conflict. The paper explores the potential of landscape design to address this conflict. The proposed landscape design strategy green-switch combines the landscape planning concept of “greenways” and applied ecological engineering concept of “constructed wetland” to address the conflict.
- sustainable development,
Citation InformationArchana Sharma. "Green-switch: Reducing the conflict between the industrial and the residential interface" The Sustainable City: Urban regeneration and sustainability (2006)
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