Vol. 10 No. 1 (2022): Territories and power, a two-way relationship
Reflections on the territorialist project

Integrating health into eco-urbanism: 'Taking care of territory'

Albert Levy
LAVUE UMR/CNRS 7218 Laboratory at the University of Paris-Nanterre, Nanterre
Asian child wearing a healthcare mask. Photo: Leo Fontes via Pixabay.
Published February 25, 2022
  • urbanism,
  • ecology,
  • care,
  • territory,
  • one health
How to Cite
Levy, A. (2022). Integrating health into eco-urbanism. Scienze Del Territorio, 10(1). https://doi.org/10.13128/sdt-13402


The territorialist idea of “taking care of territory” as a living ecosystem (in the double sense of protecting/enhancing and healing it) is consistent with the ecologist proposal of a new alliance with nature supporting the “One Health” approaches: for both, the topic of human health must be (re)integrated into a general eco-urbanism view in which a resumption of co-evolutionary relationship between humans and ecosystems is a necessary precondition for their common survival. In this perspective, our cahiers de doléances may perhaps become an operative to-do list to heal illnesses introduced by Anthropocene.


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