GREEN TERRA DEVELOPMENT. Collection of research papers & posters (download pdf)
A.V. Kuzmin, L.Ya.Tkachenko. Moscow-Paris: parallels and perpendiculars of territorial planning. Urban planning, - M. - №1, 2020. - pp.85-96
Over the past decade, many countries have undergone significant changes in the system of territorial planning, the composition and content of the main documents are being transformed, new tools for regulating urban planning activities appear as management objects become more complex. The latest changes in the territorial planning system in France are of the greatest interest for Russian urban planning practice. France, like the Russian Federation, is a presidential Republic and a classic representative of codified law. The article compares the composition and content of modern territorial planning documents in France and the Russian Federation. The new Paris Urban Local Plan (2019) and the regional development scheme (the SDRIF 2030) for Île-de-France Region (2013) together with the Law on Greater Paris are analyzed as examples of spatial development strategies of the largest metropolitan cities of Europe comparable in many aspects to Moscow and Moscow region. The higher-priority directions and urban development zones of the largest European metropolitan areas (Moscow and Paris), the growing importance of the integrated development of the transport infrastructure and consideration of environmental aspects in providing high living standards for the population are considered.
Development of interdisciplinary module on sustainable development and its implementation in master's curricula.
In the book: How to make a University "green". Methodological guide for University. Recommendations and successful cases on the implementation of environmental practices in Russian universities. Moscow 2020, pp. 14-17 (as part of the Russian program "Green HEIs of Russia")
Foreign experience of strategic planning. Chapter 3.2. in the training manual "Fundamentals of town planning and planning of populated areas" + eAnnex: tests / Snezhinskaya E. Yu. - Moscow: KNORUS, 2020. — (bachelor's degree). — p.159-169.
Kuznetsova G. D. Integration of environmental content into an interdisciplinary module of professional training. A contextual approach. In the collection: Fundamental and applied problems of pedagogy and psychology in the educational and social context. Materials of the international conference. Moscow State Pedagogical University. Moscow, 2020. pp. 183-188.
Verbitsky A. A., Kuznetsova G. D. Context-oriented content of environmental training of masters. In the book: Anthropocentric Sciences. An innovative view of education and personal development. Materials of the XI international scientific and practical conference on October 29-30, 2020. Voronezh, Scientific book, 2020. - pp. 3-9
Kuznetsova G. D, Snezhinskaya E. Yu. Formation of the Green outlook of students in the context of higher professional education. In: Appendix to the journal "Izvestiya vuzov "Geodesy and Aerial Photography", the book of articles of scientific and technical conferences, issue 10/ - Moscow, MIIGAiK, 2019. - pp.96-103.
Kutsenko S. Yu. Prospects for the "green" economy development and linear model in the modern world. In: Appendix to the journal "Izvestiya vuzov "Geodesy and Aerial Photography", the book of articles of scientific and technical conferences, issue 10. - Moscow, MIIGAiK, 2019. - pp.104-10.
Vavulinskaya V. V. Formation of a "green" outlook in the transition to a circular economy. - In the book of articles on the results of scientific and technical conferences, issue 10 (appendix to the journal "HEI's Izvestiya "Geodesy and Aerial Photography") - Moscow, MIIGAiK, 2019. - pp. 108-112.
The author analyzes the Circular Economic Action Plan adopted by the European Commission in 2015, gives examples of productive projects already being implemented in European countries, and considers the prerequisites and opportunities for Russia's transition from a linear economy to a more environmentally efficient circular economy. An important condition for this transition is the formation of a green worldview among the younger generation.
Supervisor - Associate Professor Kutsenko S. Yu., Ph.D. in Economics.
Zemskova A.V. Functional features of modern indoor sports and recreation complexes for mass sports. - In the book of articles on the results of scientific and technical conferences, issue 11 (appendix to the journal "HEI's Izvestiya" Geodesy and Aerial Photography") - Moscow, MIIGAiK, 2020. - pp. 73-76.
The author analyzes 28 Russian and 29 foreign fitness and recreation complexes, including sports and recreation complexes of European cities: Barcelona, Coruna (Spain), Bremen, Ulm, Segheim-Jugenheim (Germany), Paris, Strasbourg, St. Louis, Schel, Saint-Etienne, Mouvo (France), Rotterdam, Groningen (Netherlands), Jurmala (Latvia), Poznan (Poland), Bronshoy (Denmark), Villach (Austria), etc. - architectural and planning solutions and versatility. An interesting observation is that saunas are placed in Russia as an auxiliary function, and medical centers are more often located abroad.
Nukhimovsky V. B. Critical assessment of the practice of new urbanism in Russia. - In the book of articles on the results of scientific and technical conferences, issue 11 (appendix to the journal "HEI's Izvestiya "Geodesy and Aerial Photography") - Moscow, MIIGAiK, 2020. - pp. 77-82.
Starting from the modernist idea of Le Corbusier, the author compares the practices of urbanism in Russia, Europe, the United States, and Latin America from the standpoint of implementing the principles of new urbanism and concludes that the most refreshing aspect of this movement is the formation of a positive image of "urban life", which includes both public and private life spheres.
Supervisor - Polyakova T. S.
Murashko A. O. Sustainable development of the city during the renovation of buildings. - In the book of articles on the results of scientific and technical conferences, issue 11 (appendix to the journal "HEI's Izvestiya "Geodesy and Aerial Photography") - Moscow, MIIGAiK, 2020. - pp. 89-92.
The article presents the results of studying: - practices of reconstruction of typical buildings in the Netherlands, Germany, France; - problems of operation of high-rise residential complexes Toulouse-la-Mirai (France), Chertanovo (Moscow, Russia), Cornville (Rome, Italy); - comparison of 20 competitive renovation projects in 2017 for Moscow.
Nukhimovsky V. B. Implementation of the principles of sustainable development in the reconstruction of industrial territories. - In the book of articles on the results of scientific and technical conferences, issue 11 (appendix to the journal "HEI's Izvestiya "Geodesy and Aerial Photography") - Moscow, MIIGAiK, 2020. - pp. 92-96.
The author examines the evolution of approaches to the formation of the urban environment, starting with the ideas of" ideal cities " by Leon Baptiste Alberti, Thomas More, Bernardo Scamozzi, and Albrecht Durer, who served as the forerunner of the concept of sustainable development for cities and sources of inspiration for architects of the XX century, such as Ebenezer Howard (Garden City) and Le Corbusier (Radiant City). The author considers the tasks of a modern architect and urban planner from the perspective of the sustainable development goals formulated in the Agenda 2030 - Caring for people (SDGs 3 and 11), Caring for the environment (SDGs 7 and 13) using the examples of the reconstruction of industrial territories in Helsinki (Finland), Hamburg and Duisburg (Germany), Paris (France).
Supervisor of the art. teacher Polyakova T. S.
Syrova V. I. Development of specially protected natural territories of the federal significance of the National Park "Losiny Ostrov" on the example of Bogorodsky Park. - In the book of articles on the results of scientific and technical conferences, issue 11 (appendix to the journal "HEI's Izvestiya "Geodesy and Aerial Photography") - Moscow, MIIGAiK, 2020. - pp. 96-100.
To develop the concept of improvement of Bogorodsky Park, an analysis of Russian and foreign experience was carried out. The project features the use of modern green technologies (the use of recycled materials, energy-saving fluorescent granules, and LEDs for lighting bike paths, the use of renewable energy sources in small architectural forms, a separate garbage collection system, etc.), which are actively used in European countries.
Scientific supervisor of the art. teacher Snezhinskaya E. Yu.
Currently, 8 articles of MIIGAiK undergraduate and graduate students and teachers are under consideration for publication.