Buenos Aires

By | August 5, 2013

In that process of coupling any alternative of demographic deconcentration must recompose. The idea of thinking globally and acting locally is spreading much. Assuming such a premise for the sole purpose expositivo(estimamos que hay una retroalimentacion desde lo local a lo global, a riesgo de caer en planteos hemogeneizadores y aun) totalitarian) is clear the close relationship between processes that are developed at the national levels that are developed at the planetary level. Even in that case the human settlements that we have viewed as susceptible to demographic deconcentration receptacles, must be considered as recent components (a sort of quarks), an integrated planetary Macrosystem of human settlements. @ And as well as receptacles of what we have been considering only settlements less than twenty thousand (20,000) inhabitants, included that are not included in the census, has emphasized that punishable of deconcentration, most relevant agent by its magnitude is the Metropolitan Area of Buenos Aires.

In 1985, in our Argentina item: issues to be resolved, argued that the ecological vulnerability of Buenos Aires was irreversible. Both studies with subsequent events that coming catastrophe, confirm our observation that we rushed to point out has little original. Although There are boxes of deterioration of the quality of life in other Argentine cities, have a quantitative entity appreciably lower than that of the area that there is agreement to consider State of emergency of endemic nature. We are recurrent in pointing out that with appropriate technological updates, the scheme of transport that Argentina had developed around 1925, such which consists in the Guide blue of the communications of February of that year, would be functional to a scheme of devolution as that you are deploying. This is consistent with our view with regard to the system of urban settlements that set up the railway and subsidiary network and in coordination, cabotage maritime and river navigation.


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