乡村适用性民居住房与公共建筑设计

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'乡村适用性民居住房与公共建筑设计'
The development and redevelopment of urban villages in ShenzhenBuilding up a link between the physical and socio-economic evolution of urban villages in Shenzhen and the city’s planning and development practice. ? A systematic investigation on the multiple dimensions of the characteristics of urban villages in Shenzhen. ? Examination of the policies of urban village redevelopment in Shenzhen and their implementation. ? Implications for policy-making and urban planning associated with urban villages in Chinese cities.Benefits from a renewable energy village electrification system More than 100 years after Edison's life changing discovery, 1.6–2 billion people around the globe still live without light, in dark and smoke filled homes. The remote and impoverished Himalayan villages of upper Humla, in north-west Nepal, belong to some of the 2.4 billion people who still depend on the use of traditional biomass for their daily energy services such as cooking, heating and light. These activities on open fireplaces have a direct chronic impact on the health and extremely low life expectancy of the women and children along with devastating deforestation. There is a strong relationship between prosperity and access to electricity. The more remote and isolated communities in Nepal generally live in great poverty. Eighty percent of Nepal's 28.5 million people live in rural areas, with around half of these so remote, that neither a road, nor the national grid is ever likely to reach them. While Nepal has no fossil fuel resources, it is a country that is rich in renewable energy resources such as hydropower and solar energy. These abundant and locally available renewable energy resources can be tapped into with appropriate locally developed technologies. Generating and storing electrical energy derived from these rich local energy resources can provide for appropriate and sustainable lighting, which brings potential health, education, social and economic benefits to the people who have previously lived in homes with excessive indoor air pollution. This paper describes the living conditions of some villages in upper Humla, and the possible benefits of a simple village electrification system that provides basic lighting for the homes and the consequent improvements in the living conditions of the villagers.Reproduction and family building strategies in early modern Japan: Evidence from two northeastern farming villages  县、乡、镇家居建筑适用性与经济性设计 Drawing data from the local population registers called “ninbetsu-aratame-cho," this study examines the patterns and covariates of reproduction and family building in two farming villages in northeastern Japan in 1716–1870. Marriages in these villages were very early and universal for both sexes, but reproduction within marriage was very low, due in part to curtailment of reproduction at relatively young ages, but also to long intervals between recorded births. Stopping and spacing of family build
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乡村 适用性 民居 住房 公共 建筑设计
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