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    Evaluación de las prácticas y saberes ancestrales agrícolas en ambientes urbanos en la ciudad de Bogotá, Colombia.
    (Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ingenierías, Ingeniería Ambiental, Bogotá, 2023) Herrera Sanabria, Karen Julieth; Cepeda Hernández, Ingrid Katherine
    Agricultural planting through practices and ancestral knowledge arose 40 a. C. From that time the indigenous communities and all those people who make use of these methods worked to modify and develop systems to such an extent that they still use them today. The ancestry favors the process not only of planting but also of consumption, this, because if the food was planted with the necessary time through ancestral methods, the product to be eaten will be of good quality. This would bring improvements to food, abundance of food, quality food and even economic aid for families in the city of Bogotá.
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    Revisión de literatura del sistema de tratamiento biológico de celdas de combustible microbianas para la remoción de contaminantes y producción de energía.
    (Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ingenierías, Ingeniería Ambiental, Bogotá, 2023-05) Valero Cardenas, Silvia Melisa; Cepeda Hernández, Ingrid Katherine
    Based on studies regarding the effectiveness of certain microorganisms in wastewater treatment, the importance of new technologies and methodologies that contribute to the energy transition, the bioreactors that are part of the MFC methodology (microbial fuel cells ), provide a different approach to conventional wastewater treatment methods, reducing the polluting organic loads present in the water and generating energy thanks to the microbial metabolism present in the cell, in the present work the information regarding the system is compiled. of biological treatment of microbial fuel cells for the removal of contaminants and energy production
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    Valoración integral de los bienes y servicios ambientales del humedal El Burro- Bogotá D.C.
    (Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ingenierías, Ingeniería Ambiental, Bogotá, 2023-01) Poloche Zorrillo, Camila Andrea; Cepeda Hernández , Ingrid Katherine
    In the course of approximately 70 years the Burro Wetland has lost about 89% of its original area due to the action of public and private entities. In the 1950s it had about 171 hectares, but then 2014 was one of the most critical because its area was reduced to 14.6 hectares, although today it has about 18.8 hectares this, through recovery campaigns. (Puentes, 2019). Due to the great legal loss it has suffered over time, the environmental services and socio-ecological relationships that interact in the wetland have also deteriorated significantly.It is necessary to establish the economic value of the wetland based on the goods and services it offers, to facilitate decision-making in terms of recovery, welfare, conservation, among others.
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    Propuesta conceptual para la implementación de sistemas de drenajes urbanos sustentable en la universidad Cooperativa de Colombia.
    (Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ingenierías, Ingeniería Ambiental, Bogotá, 2023-01) Florián Soto , Laura Camila; Tirado Díaz , Sebastian
    Smart cities or smart cities are a solution to mitigate and adapt the urbanizations to the new challenges that climate change bring as periods of longer drought and periods of more intense rains that can generate floods, material and sometimes human losses, a solution are urban drainage systems sustainable (SUDS) that integrate urbanism, landscaping and hydrology. The objective is to provide the city with 'new layers' permeable in roofs and pavements that behave as filter sinks that emulate the natural water cycle. The filtered water is caught and managed from subfhanment forms for recycling, infiltrated to the ground or dumping directly to a natural channel, controlling quantity, quality and time (urban systems of drainage arrangeable, s. F.), Therefore they are structures that complement the drainage system and can Be among other green gutters, dry extended drainage basins, bio-retention areas, infiltration ditches, flood alkorques, artificial wetlands, wet pondages, pavements or permeable concrete and storage tanks (Environmental Engineering Research Center, 2017). The present degree work aims to generate a proposal for the Implementation of South Typologies at the Cooperativa University of Colombia Bogotá headquarters located between 37 and 39th Street on Caracas in the Teusaquillo sector. It is very common for areas such as courts, corridors, parking, streets and vehicular traffic among others to be flooded. Conventional sewerage sometimes collapses due periods of rain at certain times of the year.
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    Evaluación de la huella de carbono del hotel Richmond Suites ubicado en la localidad de chapinero de la ciudad de Bogotá.
    (Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ingenierías, Ingeniería Ambiental, Bogotá, 2022-12) Patiño Balaguera, Cristian Nicolas; Ramírez Jaramillo, Lina Fernanda; Tirado Díaz, Sebastián
    The Richmond suites hotel displays its technology operations and uses in benefits with the environment, with the realization of this work it will be possible to give know an alternative for future constructions or projects that they can implement a strategic design for each of your objectives in your operation, and the benefits that these can achieve in addressing a possible change in their structures, both economic and sustainable, this being more favorable since it is maintained through an ecosystem resource that is energy solar that is obtained by the installation of panels. However, more emphasis is placed of the need for these to reduce the carbon footprint since the city of Bogotá has a high demand for buildings and the high ranges of operations that they employ both commercially and industrially, being the focus main national and international companies which present a great demand for energy consumption, this is how the results described here allow promote, that other buildings are on the way to the implementation and renovation of this energy alternative through solar panels as a hotel guide richmond suites.
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    Evaluar la implementación de los techos verdes como estrategia de mitigación al cambio climático en el Edificio Multifamiliar “Black” en San Isidro, Perú.
    (Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ingenierías, Ingeniería Ambiental, Bogotá, 2022-11) Villegas Jiménez, Juliana Alexandra; Rodríguez Ducuara, Wendy Geraldine; Tirado Díaz, Sebastián
    This case study presents the implementation of green roofs in the district of San Isidro in Peru, taking as a reference the multifamily building "Black", the implementation of green roofs has a significant importance in mitigating climate change, the interest in the use of green structures is given due to air pollution in the city. The methodology on which this document is based is a systematic literature review, based on characteristics, benefits and contributions of green infrastructures, in addition to this, the background of air quality and impacts on environmental quality in Peru are also considered.
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    Evaluación de puntos críticos de descarga de aguas residuales sobre el río Ocoa en la zona urbana de la ciudad de Villavicencio, sector Amarilo-La Reliquia, como aporte al objetivo de desarrollo sostenible (ODS) no. 6.
    (Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ingenierías, Ingeniería Civil, Villavicencio, 2022-11) Vanegas Méndez, Edwar Stivens; Posada Morales, Jaime Ariel; Ortiz Infante, Jóse Alexander; Pacheco Pinilla, Claudia Marcela
    The current dynamics of population growth, together with the different needs that society requires to improve its quality of life, have progressively led to a consumption of natural resources, which in turn have generated a large amount of liquid or solid waste that alters the ecosystems, biodiversity and the same development of the communities, that is why, in the present research work, the evaluation of critical points of wastewater discharge on the Ocoa river in the urban area of the city of Villavicencio, sector Amarilo-La Reliquia, a process in which a review and analysis of the information on the area under study, field visits, applicability of the methodology for flow measurement was carried out. It is known that in the section of the Ocoa river that includes from the bridge of the road to Acacias, up to Mujuruy, it has an estimated flow, which has an average of 46,899 L/s, a correlation was made with the values thrown by the flows of The critical points evaluated in this research work that yield 3,902 L/s could be indicated that at a percentage level they correspond to 8% of the average flow reported by Cormacarena. It is important that the information compiled in this work and the recommendations mentioned here can be the basis for future research and/or intervention projects in the area under study, in such a way that they progressively become plans or programs that improve the water condition and quality of life of the population of the city of Villavicencio and surrounding communities.
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    Análisis multitemporal del índice de calidad de agua en corrientes superficiales (ica) en la cuenca del río Bogotá durante el periodo de tiempo de 2017 al 2021.
    (Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ingenierías, Ingeniería Ambiental, Bogotá, 2022-11) hernandez sanchez, Paola Andrea; Palomar murillo, Caren Lay; Sierra Ochoa, Sara Nahomi; Castro Fernandez, Mario Fernando
    The Bogotá River basin originates in the Guacheneque páramo at 3,300 masl in the municipality of Villapinzón and ends in the Magdalena River at 280 masl in the municipality of Girardot (Alcaldía Mayor de Bogotá, 2014). In addition, in the aforementioned basin there are natural systems made up of streams, rivers, wetlands and lagoons, most of which are tributaries of the Bogotá River. However, its problems have been discussed for around 100 years (Monroy Saladén & Ospina Ortiz, 2014), mainly due to the increase in population density, which triggers pressure on the water ecosystem and greatly affects water quality. due to contamination from different productive activities and domestic, industrial and/or commercial wastewater (Peña et al., 2001; Castro, 2012; Liévano, 2013; Tetay et al., 2015), making it a highly polluted river in the world (Schaefer, 2014). For this reason, strategies, programs and plans have been carried out at the national level, as is the case of the project called Hydraulic adaptation and environmental restoration of the Bogotá River (AHRARB) that is carried out by the Regional Autonomous Corporation of Cundinamarca (CAR). , whose purpose is to reduce the number of inhabitants vulnerable to the flooding of the Bogotá River, increase the native vegetation cover, restore the original characteristics of the native ecosystems of the project area, fix and include areas that have different functions along the river, thus improving the quality of water and in turn developing the integration of urbanism together with the landscape of public spaces” (Cundinamarca Regional Autonomous Corporation – CAR, 2014). Activities that are framed by the Action Plan 2007 - 2011 of the CAR, by the Ordering and Management Plan of the Bogotá River Basin (POMCA) and by document 3320 of 2004 proposed by CONPES which presents strategies for the environmental management of the Bogotá River to achieve its decontamination.