LOS OBJETIVOS DE DESARROLLO SOSTENIBLE COMO MARCO PARA LOS PROYECTOS: ANÁLISIS DE SU INFLUENCIA A PARTIR DE REDES SEMÁNTICAS.
Fariña García, Maria Consuelo
De Nicolás De Nicolás, Victor Luis
Yagüe Blanco, Jose Luis
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The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), signed by all UN countries in 2015, build a new reference frame, in which, not only is considered the progress and the well being improvement, but also the enviroment protection. The territories development depends on projects, programs and plans and needs to prioritize certain actions, but is difficult to decide in what areas is necessary to work first. Before signing this goals, some projects already were contemplating the sustainability, nevertheless, it is since they take form in a official document when they turn into a world directive that all engineering work should take into account. In this study, a semantic analysis of the SDGs referencce documents identify what goals are more influential. The results stand out that Goal 11, about Sustainable Cities and 9, about Industries, Infrastructures and Innovation, are the thursters of sustainable development.
- CIDIP 2018 (Madrid)