Reviews of environmental vulnerability component of cities using a hierarchical model (AHP) (study area: Bandar Imam Khomeini (RA))

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Dept. of Geography, Mahshahr Branch, Islamic Azad University, Mahshahr, Iran

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Nowadays, the city's main places of work and major life Are human, so that more than 50% of a population of 7 billion people in the world live in cities.Therefore, pay attention to the quality of life, conditions, facilities and the needs of the inhabitants of the cities, a vital issue.Considering the numerous problems of different cities, The attitude to upgrade and improve the conditions of life in them that the proposal is raised and the urban environmental impact is one of them.Nowadays, in most developed countries environmental impact as an ASL discourse in politics within the framework of stability help investment and urban planning the expansion there.The aim of this study was to determine the environmental component of understanding and flexibility in bandramam Khomeini (r.a).Therefore at the beginning of the city area called 5, Faz 1, 4 and 5, sandman, and dastgheib Shahid town settlements were selected randomly.Then rIn the research literature7 environmental indicators, economic, social, cultural, medical and health, the quality of the green space and urban infrastructure was chosen and why was the preparation of the questionnaire and distributed between localities.Then the questionnaires were examined separately.For the analysis, the findings of the researchThe hierarchical model is used.The results of the researchIndicates that the status of quality of life and environment in the region, the status of each vulnerability is not a perfect 5.In between the 7 indicators used, the urban infrastructure of the highest weight and medical and health considerations are the least weight.Between regionsThe study also compared to other parts of the neighborhood, phase 1The optimal situation in Terry.

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