In collaboration with the Xunta de Galicia and the College of Architects, the Fundación RIA is launching a planning process that aims to position Galicia as a European benchmark for sustainability by 2030. With the advice of a scientific committee and the involvement of the different levels of administration, its mission is to promote coordinated governance to improve the relationship between the built and natural environment. To this end, it will establish, by reviewing current strategic plans and documents, the priorities that should guide territorial planning in this decade.
Among other objectives, the aim is to improve the habitable environments of towns and cities; to integrate agroforestry production systems that preserve biodiversity; to manage water, energy and waste from a circularity logic; and to articulate the territory through sustainable mobility.
The first results of the work will be presented at the end of the year and will establish a starting point for the development of subsequent strategic planning documents.