Urban Ecology Definition ac

Urban ecology can be described as the study of, either in whole or in part, artificial systems that reinforce the survival of a group of humans. Some systems find their point of departure from nature, such as: food, water or energy systems; meanwhile, other have come as a by-product of communal life: waste management, politics or even education. It is intentioned, coordinated and legitimated by the collective it seeks to serve. It provides the tangible and intangible operations framework that can reflect the priorities of the group, reinforce their way of life or become a hindrance to their way of life.


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