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In this suspended time in which silence dominates everything, a new era of planur-e is coming, maintaining the spirit that gave birth to it. New times because, after thirteen free numbers, it is now necessary to subscribe. This becomes necessary not only to maintain our quality level, which has costs that are difficult to bear, but also because there is a change of image and a new format in its contents; anyway, we preserve our objectives regarding the subjects to spread. Current circumstances have come to demonstrate that good practices about territory, urban planning, sustainability, landscape and urban design are increasingly necessary for the maintenance and improvement of our quality of life.

Empty public space, whether our streets once full of cars or parks and gardens without children, is a palpable demonstration that something must change and that it is not necessary to reach to these extremes to make our sky blue, our air clean and our environment without noise.

Territorial and urban planning both become increasingly necessary and closer to real needs, in an increasingly urban world. It is time to prepare our cities to face climate change: “climate changes at global and local levels have reduced the capacity of urban centers, their resilience to guarantee good living and health conditions for their inhabitants and contribute thus to the environmental improvement of the planet” (Estellvi, 2019).

It is now when we realize that the deindustrialization model has led us to a clear imbalance in our economic and social system, to a dependency on other countries, over which, logically, we have no control over the provision of necessary goods, today in a process emergency, but more frequently in everyday life.

It is now when the necessary integration of the environment and the city is manifested, although it always has been, through the recovery of nature and its enhancement. It is necessary to increase the biodiversity of the system after years of turning its back, not to mention mistreatment, preying on the territory, deforesting, impacting with the introduction of non-native species, modifying ecosystems, abandoning the rural environment and, most importantly, the agriculture as necessary elements for the survival of cities.

Our landscapes have not only been modified from the point of view of their perceptual enjoyment, but also of their ways of life. As references the large abandoned agrarian landscapes and their immediate consequence of empty villages and loss of a heritage of exceptional quality; Populations expelled from places that are increasingly necessary for urban life, whether as places of leisure or, more importantly, food provision. Agricultural activity, properly understood, can and should generate quality employment. We speak now of agriculture of proximity or km. 0, but for it to exist, access to education and culture must be restored in rural areas, where it has never truly existed. This crisis has come to demonstrate that new technologies allow not only telework, but access to education and culture for all; making it possible to talk about progress towards equality, regardless of where you live and work. The question to be resolved must be the recovery of a more balanced lost relationship between the countryside and the cities.

Admitting for once that the energy waste has led us to an unsustainable situation not only from the environmental point of view, but also economically in the transport of goods, necessary products such as food, from thousands of kilometers, taking advantage of low labor costs and energy. This situation must change not only for our own survival and security but for the search for universal social equality and, to a greater extent, for progress in the fight against climate change. If until now globalization seemed to speak of the unlimited diffusion of benefits, the current situation leads us to be aware that it can also generate negative externalities. It is time to adopt a critical vision and take measures in the face of situations that until now were shown to us as natural and inherent in our system.

Finally, highlight a management mode that is rebounding: the public-private partnership. Many of us have been pointing out its need for a long time and it was not necessary to have an emergency situation to see that its smooth operation is a benefit for society as a whole.

Intentional or not, the content of this issue as a whole leads us to reflect through various projects on the topics mentioned, perhaps because they are unconsciously in the environment. Just look at one of the titles of the articles: "Master Plan for the improvement of ecological connectivity in Andalusia", "Resilience Strategy of Montevideo", "Eco-logical Village (Costa Rica)", among others, but they are also present in any of the news or in the interview with which today we started a new section.

Let us hope that 2020 is not remembered as a bad year, but rather as the beginning of a new route towards greater resilience translated into security and social well-being for our planet and its inhabitants.

María A. Leboreiro

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Directora: María A. Leboreiro Amaro, Dra. Arquitecto. Profesora Titular de la E.T.S. de Arquitectura de Madrid
Secretario de dirección: Alberto Leboreiro Amaro, Dr. Arquitecto
Secretario de redacción: David Hidalgo Pérez, Arquitecto
Consejo de redacción:

Miquel Adriá, director de la revista Arquine

Carmen Andrés Mateo, Arquitecta. Profesora Asociada de la E.T.S. de Arquitectura de Madrid

José Mª Ezquiaga Dominguez. Dr. Arquitecto. Profesor Titular de la E.T.S. de Arquitectura de Madrid

José Fariña Tojo. Dr. Arquitecto. Catedrático de la E.T.S. de Arquitectura de Madrid

Fernando Fernández Alonso. Arquitecto. Profesor Asociado de la E.T.S. de Arquitectura de Madrid

Josep Mª Llop Torne. Arquitecto. Profesor en la Facultad de Geografía de la Universidad de Lleida

Llanos Masiá González, Arquitecta. Profesora Asociada de la E.T.S. de Arquitectura de Madrid

Javier Ruiz Sánchez. Dr. Arquitecto. Profesor Titular de la E.T.S. de Arquitectura de Madrid

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