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Issue 3.1

Strategies for Sustainable Communities: Landscape-Based Landslide Risk Alleviation in Medellín

Urban population growth has been considerable during the last five decades in Medellín. It has varied between a 1% and 3% yearly growth rate, mostly characterized by internal migration due to violence and internal displacement (Echeverri and Orsini 2011). A significant proportion of this growth has occurred outside of the official growth boundary established by the city and in areas with significant landslide risk.

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