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Cities, social cohesion and the environment

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This paper focuses on the link between cities, social cohesion and the environment, reviewing the main theories/approaches addressing this link.


Because cities are alive places (they have flora and fauna, produce pollution, have more or less green spaces, etc.),  and depending on how these environmental issues are dealt with, the city will be more or less inclusive in socio-environmental terms.


1. Revision of the first theories (19th and 20th century) and recent ones approaching the link between cities, social cohesion and the environment:

2.  Identification of areas that need further research:

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