Event Title

Identifying required social changes to avoid gaps in development of regenerative built environment

Session

Architecture and Spatial Planning

Description

The paper is arguing the need for changes in the social aspect as the main factor of development a regenerative build environment. In discussing all scales and dimensions of a regenerative built environment, the social aspect is overlooked by architects. This paper focuses on systems thinking for social change at the local and global levels, that will have impact on creating a regenerative built environment. Although climate crises occur as a result of both internal and external factors people need to think and act locally and globally to reduce the negative impact of internal factors. The assumption about overlocked social aspect and hypotheses about social changes that will change architecture to an example of the de-carbonization of our economy are confirmed thru literature review. Rapid changes and paradigms shift towards new concepts will impact social and environmental changes toward regenerative architecture solutions. Social changes impacted by new clean technologies serve as answers to the question of which rapid changes are required in process of de-carbonization.

Keywords:

Environment, changes, social, regenerative

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-550-47-5

Location

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

Start Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

End Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2021.30

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Identifying required social changes to avoid gaps in development of regenerative built environment

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

The paper is arguing the need for changes in the social aspect as the main factor of development a regenerative build environment. In discussing all scales and dimensions of a regenerative built environment, the social aspect is overlooked by architects. This paper focuses on systems thinking for social change at the local and global levels, that will have impact on creating a regenerative built environment. Although climate crises occur as a result of both internal and external factors people need to think and act locally and globally to reduce the negative impact of internal factors. The assumption about overlocked social aspect and hypotheses about social changes that will change architecture to an example of the de-carbonization of our economy are confirmed thru literature review. Rapid changes and paradigms shift towards new concepts will impact social and environmental changes toward regenerative architecture solutions. Social changes impacted by new clean technologies serve as answers to the question of which rapid changes are required in process of de-carbonization.