№3(59)
September 2017
ISSN
1990-4126

Russian

«Architecton: proceedings of higher education» № 3(59) September 2017

Theory of architecture


Nikiforov Yury A.

PhD. (Architecture), Professor, Subdepartment of Architectural Design,
Ural State University of Architecture and Art.
Ekaterinburg, Russia, e-mail: house555@inbox.ru

THE STRUCTORE OF AN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION CENTER IN A LARGE INDUSTRIAL CITY


The article proposes to contribute to the solution of environmental problems in a large industrial city by setting up a city environmental protection center that would coordinate the activities of all stakeholders in the area of environmental protection. Such a center would perform educational, organizational and public functions (seminars, conferences, exhibitions, thematic events at city schools and universities). The center may be provided with a compact R&D facility (an ecological technopark) including experimental facilities for lean water and municipal and industrial waste water treatment and localization and cleaning of air. In addition to pilot and practical environmental nature protection activities, the center could offer internship and professional development services and special laboratory investigations.

Key words: large industrial city, city environmental protection center, healty city model, architectural treatment, environmental education



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Russian text of this article

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