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Posted by  Sepehr on March 24, 2002 at 13:59:09:

In Reply to:  thesis: need help. posted by noshad on March 22, 2002 at 08:22:36:

Oh! My goodness!
Animal habitat in a modern city?
Is it possible? With lots of pollution made by modern devices?
Never mind, but let’s name it a super_modern city.
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Sorry ! I didn’t understand completely .. U want to free animals in urban context ?!

Explain more..
If you want to make it(zoo) in this current life style remember that :
Modern urbanism is quite disagree with the nature..
* It makes speed that doesn’t exist in Nature..
* It makes pollution that kills the Nature..

Different approaches u may have:

1-Have a thought of a super_modern city ( I name it a sustainable city) where there is no enemy of nature in it..(pollution,…) to allow you to free animals in it.

2- Have a thought of an undeveloped city where there is no effect of modern life style..

3- Make a separated and simple zoo in urban context ( an animal prison!!)

Which one????

And about your case studies..
I don’t know non of them but I think that the congo rain forest is near to the second approach and the “new york” is near to the third..

Waiting for your explanation..

 
 
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