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The necessity of transition to sustainable development of the urban territories is proved. The concept of the natural-socio-technical model of urban territories is offered. Green building as one of the aspects of unity in urbanized areas and the natural environment is presented. The basic
principles of the paradigm of safe and comfortable urban environment that is compatible with the biosphere are formulated. The structure of the humanitarian balance and the methodology for quantifying them are described. The model of sustainable development of the environment through
the comparison of human capacities and parameters of the environment is simulated. The criteria for the compatibility of urbanized territories with the biosphere were formulated as a measure of the sustainability of their development. The example of calculation of an indicator of biospheric
compatibility of urbanized areas in relation to transport construction and road infrastructure of the city is given. It shows the economic efficiency of realization of the concept of sustainable development and the creation biospherically of the urban environment on the example of road infrastructure of the city.
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