Standardizing Green Space Capitation of Kerman City, Emphasizing on the Environment and Sustainable Development

Mohsen Ilaghi Hosseini, Ehsan Anjomshoa, Ali Asghar Abdollahi


Each activity in a city has a specific function, which is also called the activation threshold. It features the appropriate level of the fabric of a city devoted to that activity. Since this feature is based on the characteristics of the economic, social, cultural and natural characteristics of the study area varies from city to city, so realistic plans to deal it is necessary to identify and match. Urban green space from the perspective of urbanfunctions, which includes part of the city landscape is made up of a variety of vegetation and live as a critical factor in determining life in the body morphological construction of the city. Landscape in the modulation of water and air and improving the city's ecology plays significant role and causes reduction in temperature and increasing of rainfall. In Kerman region due to soil type, High temperature, low rainfall and monsoon winds, green space got somehow naked faces. On the other hand, the daily increase in population and expanding urbanization, increases air pollution and this substance increment causes harm to humans and animals. This study aimed to determine the minimum standard need of green space’s capitation in Kerman city using Kambiz Bahram Soltani method. Using different indicators of climate - defined social minimum per capita that it can progress planners and city managers to execution of plans and make themto understand the current status of this use. The results show that the current capitation of green space in Kerman is10.5 square meters which standard amount, obtained in this study,Is 49 square meters.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n5s2p654

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