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How sustainable are processes of social and spatial differentiation in Santiago de Chile? Current situation and future scenarios for social inclusion

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  • Hölzl, Corinna
  • Krellenberg, Kerstin
  • Heinrichs, Dirk
  • Welz, Juliane
  • Kabisch, Sigrun

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This discussion paper presents a methodological approach to sustainability indicators and scenarios that evolved within the framework of the interdisciplinary and application-oriented Risk Habitat Megacity research initiative on sustainable urban development in Santiago de Chile. The aim of this discussion paper is to support regional and local planning authorities and political decision-makers in the area of housing and other urban policy fields. It will be shown how the approach was contextualized in order to contribute to the ongoing debate on methodological approaches to social sustainability and to the policy-related understanding of socio-spatial differentiation trends and their implications for social inclusion.

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  • Hölzl, Corinna & Krellenberg, Kerstin & Heinrichs, Dirk & Welz, Juliane & Kabisch, Sigrun, 2011. "How sustainable are processes of social and spatial differentiation in Santiago de Chile? Current situation and future scenarios for social inclusion," UFZ Discussion Papers 2/2011, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ), Division of Social Sciences (ÖKUS).
  • Handle: RePEc:zbw:ufzdps:22011
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