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Title: Тhe fontains through the lens of green construction sustainable development
Authors: Tserkovna Oksana
Voronina Anna
Keywords: fountains
green construction
sustainable development
urban environment
Healthy Architecture
Sustainable Architecture
Issue Date: 12-Nov-2019
Publisher: Видавець Торубара В.В.
Citation: Tserkovna O., Voronina A. Тhe fontains through the lens of green construction sustainable development. Зелене будівництво: Матеріали І Міжнародної науково-практичної конференції. – Миколаїв: Видавець Торубара В. В., 2019. – С. 64 - 66
Abstract: The environmental degradation increases in Ukraine and European countries. According to the study, all the factors affecting the environment status are divided into two groups - natural and anthropogenic. The natural factors are out of control and affect the environment regardless of it (climate, terrain, reservoirs, vegetation, etc.). The anthropogenic factors are completely controllable and depend on the urban environment (development density, transport system, nature of industry, public services and amenities level, etc.). The undertaken study made it possible to identify the main factors that deteriorate the environment in settlements of Ukraine and the settlements of other European countries with similar climate conditions: - natural factors - negative manifestations of the climate change; - anthropogenic factors - pollution by urban acoustics noise; air pollution; threats of the spread of diseases borne by water the quality of which ceases to meet the current sanitary standards. It is proposed to consider the construction of new fountains and the modernization of existing fountains as measures the sound organization of which will ensure the sustainable development of green construction.
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