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urbanism, circular economy

As co-signatory of the National Raw Materials Agreement, The province of South Holland has set itself the goal of being 100% circular in 2050 in the field of raw materials management and 50% circular by 2030.

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R I S I N G  C H A L L E N G E

urbanism, climate change

Sea levels are rising faster than scientists have predicted. The stability of the coastline over the coming centuries is under threat due to various factors such as climate change, rapid urbanisation, sinking land and ageing flood defences.

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F L O O D P L A I N  U R B A N I S M 

urbanism, climate change

Urbanisation and the speed that it is moving at will bring major challenges for cities. As a result cities are already expanding globally. We build on floodplains to make it possible to accommodate growth without thinking what the risks and consequences are when we build on these areas that are prone to flooding.

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 urbanization, architecture


Senegal has seen a tremendous growth in population in recent years. And this trend will continue. Since the historic city is located on a peninsula surrounded by water on three sides, space for extending the city is scarce.

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S O C I A L L Y  R E S P O N S I B L E 

urbanization, architecture


Africa has experienced the highest urban growth during the last two decades (African Development Bank Group, 2012). Urbanisation in Africa has largely been translated into rising slum establishments and increasing poverty. Especially among the low-income group. These people lack regular legal access to adequate housing while shelter is one of the necessities of life.

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