Avaliação da sustentabilidade no Bairro de Mãe Luiza, Natal-RN
Rego, Natasha Almeida de Moraes
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Urban sustainability has become a much-discussed idea in recent years, with increasing use in the urban management and planning segment, despite the lack of consensus on the subject. The latent social and environmental conflicts in the city bring to the surface the need to operationalize the development considered as sustainable through the use of sustainability indicators. In this context, the neighborhood appears as one of the ideal locus to undertake the analysis of sustainability, because of its possible scale of understanding this portion as urban territory and place. This work aimed to evaluate the sustainability of the neighborhood of Mãe Luiza located in the city Natal-RN, in the light of the Barometer of Sustainability. The results indicate that the studied neighborhood occupies an intermediate position according to the methodology of the tool, thus requiring public policies that improve this framework.