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A sustainable urban project between the theory of importation and realism of application: Case of an Algerian city

[ المشروع الحضري المستدام بين تنظير الاستيراد وواقعية التطبيق: حالة مدينة جزائرية ]

Volume 30, Issue 1, July 2020, Pages 125–130

 A sustainable urban project between the theory of importation and realism of application: Case of an Algerian city

M. A. A. Naimi Khaled1 and M. C. A. Houmer Soumeya2

1 Institute of Management of Urban Techniques, University of Oum El Bwaghi, Oum El Bwaghi, Algeria
2 University of formation continue UFC, Algiers, Algeria

Original language: Arabic

Received 5 June 2020

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The sustainable development in Algeria was proposed as a key solution to keep pace with the international changes, but despite its decentralization and the lack of clarity of its goals, there is ambiguity in the way it is applied to the local sectors, which raises questions about its effectiveness? Especially being called primarily to involve all the actors and the perpetuation of a culture of sharing civil responsibility in the public act as the only way that guarantees urban production, which led us to research and investigate the option of importing such strategies and the feasibility of applying them in our Algerian cities in the first place, then matching the local discharges of the Sustainable urbanization project with the environmental equation of our Algerian cities by studying the city of Batna as an ideal case for measurement.It also aims to give a real opportunity for all the actors to meet, with their understanding of sustainable development and its projection in the field of reconstruction, and how it will be reflected in the planning option adopted in the mechanism of the urban project industry.A questionnaire was distributed to the specialists in the field of urban reconstruction (321 specialists), which led to the adoption of the project, and the identification of its various frameworks corresponding to sustainability. Using the analytical method, and through studying the urban project as a concept and policy, and analyzing the general prospects based on the results of the questionnaire according to the prepared urban project mechanism; The results of the research led to an agreement on the necessity of adopting the sustainable urban project immediately after agreeing on the reasons for each of the three problematic realities of the city, measuring their framing of sustainability and reaching the frameworks that guarantee the most important objectives of the urban project.Concluding in the latter that emptying the policies and ideologies adopted within their various measures on the one hand, and on the other hand and not withdrawing these policies in general cases without taking into account their localism and the special conditions for their application immediately after importation, as a necessity to achieve a civilized feasibility in keeping with international humanitarian thought before the decision to adopt it by the importing countries.

Author Keywords: sustainable development, governance, local strategy, conservation, urban ecology.

How to Cite this Article

M. A. A. Naimi Khaled and M. C. A. Houmer Soumeya, “A sustainable urban project between the theory of importation and realism of application: Case of an Algerian city,” International Journal of Innovation and Applied Studies, vol. 30, no. 1, pp. 125–130, July 2020.