Aproximación metodológica a la evaluación cuantitativa de la capacidad de carga del suelo urbano: Bogotá (Colombia 2015)

  • Rosa María Armenta Vergara Universidad Sergio Arboleda
Palabras clave: Capacidad de carga, componentes principlaes, sostenibilidad

Resumen

Este documento resume los principales resultados de la estimación de la capacidad de carga asociada con el desarrollo de actividades humanas en cada uno de los sectores catastrales que componen el área urbana de la ciudad de Bogotá. Se entiende por capacidad de carga desde el punto de vista físico como la capacidad que tiene un territorio para soportar las actividades humanas sin que se generen externalidades negativas derivadas de un sobre uso (Wei et al., 2015). Para obtener estimaciones de capacidad de carga se construyen indicadores para seis dimensiones, con el objetivo de analizar de manera multidimensional el concepto. Como resultado, se evidencia que el soporte físico de la cuidad no es homogéneo pero esto no implica que se concentre en una zona de la ciudad, cosa que si ocurre con el soporte de lo construido visto como la condición de las edificaciones y procesos constructivos.

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2020-06-19