Ecodistrict

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An ecodistrict or eco-district is a neologism associating the terms "district" and "eco" as an abbreviation of ecological. It designates an urban planning aiming to integrate objectives of sustainable development and social equity and reduce the ecological footprint of a neighborhood, urban area, or region. This notion insists on the consideration of the whole environmental issues by way of a collaborative process.

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Ecodistricts can be found in metropolises such as :

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  1. ^ "Amsterdam Noord". Archived from the original on 2012-06-07. Retrieved 2012-04-02.

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