De la ciudad sostenible a la ciudad hub: obsolescencia y renovación de indicadores urbanos

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https://doi.org/10.37230/CyTET.2022.213.3

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Desarrollo sostenible, Ciudad inteligente, Metabolismo urbano, Ciudad hub, Gemelo digital

Resumen

Dada su mayor inercia y complejidad organizativa, los núcleos urbanos resultan más vulnerables frente a fenómenos adversos de índole físico, social, económico y biológico. La ONU también aspira a que las regiones metropolitanas se erijan inclusivas, seguras y resilientes, además de sostenibles, antes de 2030. El presente artículo, en consecuencia, visibiliza la obsolescencia de indicadores que caracterizaron el desarrollo sostenible de las últimas décadas y ahonda en estrategias que mitigan riesgos e incertidumbre en la ciudad contemporánea. La activación de palancas como la tecnología digital, el conocimiento compartido, la circularidad sistémica y la gobernanza participativa pretende dar respuesta a la creciente agresividad y volatilidad de los agentes externos en las metrópolis del siglo XXI, proponiendo métodos transdisciplinares de crecimiento mensurable, equitativo e inteligente.

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2022-10-03

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Carrato-Gómez, A., & Roig-Segovia, E. (2022). De la ciudad sostenible a la ciudad hub: obsolescencia y renovación de indicadores urbanos. Ciudad Y Territorio Estudios Territoriales, 54(213), 563–578. https://doi.org/10.37230/CyTET.2022.213.3