Modern International Park City and Ecological Civilization Education Practice: Taking Chengdu Tianfu Greenway as the Core

Ou PENG, XiaoJu WANG, Xuemeng GAO, Zhengbo ZHANG

Abstract


In the comprehensive development of modern park city and ecological civilization education, Chengdu has gradually explored its own path with international characteristics. The positioning of Chengdu as a “modern and beautiful park city” is an innovation proposed by Mr. Xi Jinping in recent years. This concept not only combines the geographical location of Chengdu with the regional characteristics of the western environment, but also highly respects the historical laws of the development of Chengdu’s Bashu civilization for thousands of years. At the same time, it also absorbs Howard’s “pastoral city” dream and Mountford, the theme of Gedde’s “Organic City Theory” has corrected the shortcomings of Le Corbusier’s mechanized functional space view and presented distinctive Chinese characteristics in theoretical innovation and the development of ecological civilization education. The outstanding performance is the organic integration of the development of Tianfu ecological civilization, the cultural education of Bashu and the aesthetic design practice, the creation of the international brand image of Chengdu’s “three cities and three capitals” and the innovative practical experience results of the dream of “beautiful and livable park city”.


Keywords


Modern Park City; Ecological Education Practice; Environmental Aesthetics; Chengdu Tianfu Green Way; “beautiful and livable park city”

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11896

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