عنوان مقاله [English]
Urban crises after the unexpected incidents, especially earthquakes, are among the ongoing problems of urban societies and are becoming more and more important with the concentration of population in urban areas and the accumulation of activity and residence in them. Today, "pre-crisis planning" is one of the three areas of activity that is considered in agenda 21 on the development of human settlement planning and management in disaster-prone areas. (Travati, Hamid and Seyyed Amir Ayat, 1998, p. 81). Therefore, it is important that the crisis management planning recognize its position in the development of cities of our country more seriously, especially metropolises, and in this case the role of the green and open spaces in the planning of crisis management are undeniable. Therefore, in this paper, we tried to rely on the secondary and documentary data, field observations and surveys, and the use of quantitative analysis to evaluate the green spaces of the city of Borujen and assess the city's ability to face crises (especially earthquakes). The results of the studies clearly indicate a relatively favorable situation for green and open spaces in this city. But in order to achieve the desired status, measures should be taken to develop and normally re-distribute green spaces and equip them with suitable facilities in this city. Increasing the extent of green spaces is only justified by the role of the city as the supportive center of the province in the planning of crisis management.