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Market forces continuously recycle land in urban areas. This recycling is not random, but it follows a Darwinian process that readapts cities land use to ever changing economic conditions. Conservation, by contrast, consists in maintaining the physical aspect of a built environment produced by the culture and economic forces of the past. It is not surprising then that market forces appear to be the nemesis of conservation.
I would like to show that, far from being opposed to conservation, market forces make conservation possible. I strongly believe that successful conservation work can be best accomplished, first, by understanding the way market forces work, and second, by using market mechanism to finance conservation. Urban conservation is costly, and therefore only affluent cities can pay for it.