International Experience in Management of Urban Green Spaces and Water Bodies
Andrey Igorevich Nikiforov1, Anna Eduardovna Semak2, Ekaterina Vladimirovna Kazakova3, Olga Yurievna Mironova4, Alexey Dmitrievich Burykin5
1Andrey Igorevich Nikiforov*, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO University), Moscow, Russia.
2Anna Eduardovna Semak, Russian Timiryazev State Agrarian University (RSAU-MTAA), Moscow, Russia.
3Ekaterina Vladimirovna Kazakova, Russian Timiryazev State Agrarian University (RSAU-MTAA), Moscow, Russia.
4Olga Yurievna Mironova, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia.
5Alexey Dmitrievich Burykin, Academy of Labor and Social Relations, Moscow, Russia.
Manuscript received on 23 March 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 30 March 2019 | Manuscript published on 30 March 2019 | PP: 1149-1152 | Volume-7 Issue-6, March 2019 | Retrieval Number: F2312037619/19©BEIESP
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Abstract: The article deals with the analysis of international practices in the management of urban green spaces and water bodies. It is noted that adapting significant international practices in creating an ecological framework of the city will undoubtedly multiply and enrich the domestic design practice of urban beautification, supplement national traditions with the original styles and effective methods of landscaping as well as creating artificial water bodies. It is proved that, despite the significant difference in the urban formation process, as well as the formation of the environmental framework objects, one can use international practices to optimize the landscaping of domestic cities and create artificial water bodies. However, in domestic practice, current rules of landscaping and creation of water bodies are designed for the populated locality in general. Althoughto determine the objective norms required for the formation of the ecological framework, it is more expedient to take into account the actual structure of the city, its cartographic distribution, population density, and distribution of industrial facilities.
Keywords: International practices, Green spaces, Water bodies, Population, city, Ecological framework, Planning, industrial development, Geospatial structure.
Scope of the Article: Patterns and Frameworks