Theme park of renewable energies for mitigation of CO2in the urban area of the district of Chorrillos, Peru

Ciro Rodriguez, Doris Esenarro, Celso Alburquerque, Michelle Vega, Valeri Ramirez

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Abstract

The "Pantanos de Villa"is a natural habitat that conserves the high biodiversity of species and acts as the lung of the city, which is considered a wetland of international importance. This is being threatened by an inadequate infrastructure existing in the Lucchetti factory that attempts against the biodiversity of wetlands, for which the following project is proposed whose main objective is the mitigation of CO2 caused by polluting gases. Along with this, the integration of the neighbors with the swamps will be encouraged, through the design of an ecological and bio-sustainable park destined for recreational practices and sports, being a pleasant meeting point for families and tourists. With the theme park of clean technologies, the importance of these technologies for the sustainable development of the district will be reflected, without neglecting the natural beauty of the swamps located in front of the park. It will have spaces to enjoy nature, as well as the application of renewable energies. With the construction of this project, more significant economic development will be obtained. Visits to both the park and the swamps will be generated and increased, contributing and motivating the care and conservation of our environment and environmental awareness.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012021
JournalIOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
Volume910
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - 22 Sep 2020
Event2020 3rd International Conference on Civil Engineering and Architecture, ICCEA 2020 - Compiegne, Online, France
Duration: 28 Jun 202030 Jun 2020

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