3 edition of Sustainability, Development and Spatial Planning in Europe found in the catalog.
October 1, 2001
by Taylor & Francis Group
Written in English
|Contributions||Vincent Nadin (Editor), Stephanie Duhr (Editor), Vicent Nadin (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
Get this from a library! European spatial planning and territorial cooperation. [Stefanie Dühr; Claire Colomb; Vincent Nadin] -- This work explores spatial development trends and their influence on planning, the history of spatial planning at the transnational scale, the territorial impacts of . At the Annual Congress of the Association of European Schools of Planning AESOP (Venice, 9 – 13 July, ), Giancarlo Cotella (Politecnico di Torino) convened a Round Table on my book. I briefly defined (state) territorialism, making the case for and against, including the part it has in the EU crisis. With Jan Zielonka () I juxtaposed a ‘neo-medieval’ EU to the ‘ever closer Union.
While sustainability and sustainable development are major subjects of discussion not only among the general public, spatial development by contrast is mostly a matter of concern for urban and regional planning experts, some scientists, and a minority lay audience. Spatial Change and Planning. This multidisciplinary research group focuses on urban and rural development, and spatial planning for urban areas, landscapes and rural districts. The group aims to provide an integrated understanding of the urban-rural continuum, comprising cities, .
Furthermore, it is argued that large parts of the dispersed urban areas of Europe are neglected in urban and spatial planning policies. Such areas tend to be labelled simply as sprawl, though there is little evidence about whether such dispersed development is more or less sustainable than other forms of urban development. The ways in which we travel have a huge impact on sustainability. This book addresses the relationship between travel patterns and the physical form of cities, and considers the role of spatial planning in that relationship. Three sections present empirical research and commentaries from leading Pages:
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22 2 The Concept of Spatial Planning and the Planning System Governance Structure and Spatial Planning Since spatial planning is largely a public-sector activity, the spatial planning sys.
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Book Description. Ideal for students and practitioners working in spatial planning, the Europeanization of planning agendas and regional policy in general Spatial Planning Systems and Practices in Europe develops a systematic methodological framework to analyze changes in planning systems throughout Europe.
The main aim of the book is to delineate the coexistence of continuity and change and. In Sustainability last decades green infrastructure planning, design, and management have been widely recognized as a way to contribute to reach higher levels of sustainability of development.
However, often green infrastructures are considered in a sectoral way, while their design should be more integrated within comprehensive planning and design. Spatial planning systems refer to the methods and approaches used by the public and private sector to influence the distribution of people and activities in spaces of various scales.
Spatial planning can be defined as the coordination of practices and policies affecting spatial organization. Spatial planning is synonymous with the practices of urban planning in the United States but at Development and Spatial Planning in Europe book.
The sustainable development of western Sichuan’s Linpan communities depends on the strategic measures of spatial planning.
According to this study, sustainable development of cultural landscape is an original implementation path that takes protection as the main factor and development as a supplement to maintain the identities, continuity Author: Qiushan Li, Kabilijiang Wumaier, Mikiko Ishikawa.
Introduction. Marine spatial planning (MSP) is “a public process of analysing and allocating the spatial and temporal distribution of human activities in marine areas to achieve ecological, economic, and social objectives that are usually specified through a political process”.MSP is often considered a practical strategy to implement the ecosystem-based approach to the conservation and Cited by: Abstract.
While sustainability and sustainable development are major subjects of discussion not only among experts but also among the general public, spatial development by contrast is mostly a matter of concern for urban and regional planning experts, some scientists, and a minority lay : Ulrich Graute.
This book is compiled from essays written by European spatial planners with very different perspectives on the contribution of spatial planning to the development of Europe over the last years.
These perspectives range from the challenges of history to the challenges of the present; from the global to the more focused in terms of place or. The need to increase understanding and methodological development related to social and cultural values in planning is explicitly emphasized in the European Landscape Convention (ELC) (Council of Europe ), and is also addressed in sector-specific policies (e.g., MCPFE ; WFD ; Forest Europe, UNECE and FAO ).
According to the ELC Cited by: This book investigates the impact of planning policy on spatial planning implementation, from multidisciplinary viewpoints encompassing land-use patterns, housing development, transportation, green design, and agricultural and ecological systems in the urbanization : Springer Netherlands.
Sustainable development for Central and Eastern Europe: spatial development in the European context. a challenge for transnational spatial planning policies / Welf Selke --Towards a European spatial development perspective / Karolijn M.
van Ginneken --Transfrontier cooperation in spatial planning at the external border of the European. 1 Introduction. While rooted in ambitions to protect the natural environment, marine spatial planning (MSP) has been heralded by a wide range of actors in policy and science alike as a policy process that could enable a balancing of various interests and policy objectives to promote sustainable marine governance and, hence, sustainable development (SD) in marine and coastal Cited by: 3.
5 Socio-Economic Sustainability, Regional Development and Spatial Planning Chapter 2: Smart Cities as a New Paradigm for Serving Urban Sustainability Objectives ± A View in the Mediterranean Experience by Anastasia Stratigea & Maria Panagiotopoulou Chapter 3: Seeking the international role of Athens in the context of File Size: 8MB.
In this respect, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), as part of the Europe strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth, could make a significant contribution to sustainability, together with Maritime spatial planning (MSP), which supports and facilitates the implementation of the same : Anca Cristina Stanciu.
Spatial planning policy and practice at local, regional and national scales has sought to steer the spatial distribution of urban development in accordance with broad policy principles of.
All accepted papers of the fifth Urban Planning & Architectural Design for Sustainable Development (5 th UPADSD) after the peer-review process will be either published as chapters in the Book Series “Advances in Science, Technology and Innovation” by Springer or in The International Journal of Academic Research Community Publication online by IEREK Press.
Spatial Planning and Urban Development in the New EU Member States book. From Adjustment to Reinvention The ambitious project of a strong Europe, successfully challenging the United States of America and Asia, particularly China, has to be overhauled. more than state intervention and those who have confidence in an enlightened state Cited by: 1.
Sustainability--with its promise of economic prosperity, social equity, and environmental integrity--is hardly a controversial goal. Yet scholars have generally overlooked the ways that policies aimed at promoting "sustainability" at local, national, and global scales have been shaped and constrained by capitalist social relations/5(2).
sustainable development evaluation policies, programmes and projects currently at work in Europe. The aim of this book is not to offer an all-encompassing overview of these efforts, but to raise the most significant issues involved in the planning and implementation of an evaluation project at international, national, regional and local levels.
case studies where actions have been initiated for moving toward sustainable development of the Benguela Current, Yellow Sea, and Humboldt Current LMEs. Following reviews of LME presentations made by the world leaders of ocean finance and scientific institutions and experts on marine spatial planning at the JFK Library Conference, and.International Journal of Sustainable Development and Planning (IJSDP) is an interdisciplinary journal covering the subjects of environmental design and planning, environmental management, spatial planning, environmental planning, environmental management and sustainable development in an integrated way as well as in accordance with the principles of sustainability.In order to address problems of conservation and (or vs.) development, as related to sustainability, the birth of spatial concepts can be noted in land-use planning.
There are many. The following three are briefly mentioned and explained: (a) the integration vs. segregation concept; (b) the framework concept and (c) the ecological network by: