Unrooting the Issue: Conflict Resolution of Urban River Restoration, KikuhamaPublic Deposited
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The Takase River canal restoration in Kikuhama, Kyoto, caused conflicts between the residents and the local municipality due to differences in interest. The goal of our project was to better understand the restoration and the impact it can have on the neighborhood and surrounding landscape. We achieved this through various data collection methods, including observations, surveys, and interviews, to better understand the resident's needs and the environment along the canal. Our team obtained a better understanding of the local development trends and what the residents expect from the restoration.
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