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Land Management: Potential, Problems and Stumbling Blocks / Landmanagement: Potenzial, Problemfelder und Stolpersteine

Raumentwicklung, Landnutzungsstrategien, Eigentumsrecht, Ressourcenverbrauch

The European Academy of Land Use and Development (EALD) organizes annual symposiums on topics related to the interactions between people and the land in both rural and open environment. This book contains articles of experts from 14 different European countries with different professional background.

It covers the following generalized topics: Interactions between landscape transformation and the structure of social systems and ecosystem services – the role of institutions and stakeholders in land use change – the various impacts of land use changes – coordination requirements in land use planning – approaches to address specific challenges in land management – stumbling blocks of integral land management.

Die Europäische Akademie für Bodenordnung (EALD) organisiert jährlich ein Symposium zu Themen der Raumnutzung und des Landmanagements. Das vorliegende Buch enthält Beiträge von unterschiedlichen Experten aus 14 europäischen Ländern.

Es deckt folgende grundlegende Themen ab: Wechselwirkung zwischen Landschaftsveränderungen und dem strukturellen Aufbau der Gesellschaft bzw. der Leistungsfähigkeit von Ökosystemen – die Rolle von Institutionen und Akteuren bei Landnutzungsänderungen – Auswirkungen von Umnutzungen – Anforderungen an die Koordination bei der räumlichen Planung – Ansätze zur Bewältigung spezifischer Herausforderungen – Stolpersteine im integralen Landmanagement.

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"Dieser kurze Abriss der vielfältigen Beiträge des Kompendiums mag genügen, um auf seine gewinnbringende Lektüre aufmerksam zu machen. Für an der europäischen Landmanagementpraxis Interessierte ist das Buch eine Fundgrube, zumal es auch über 'Open access' verfügbar ist."
(Fabian Thiel, Zeitschrift für Geodäsie, Geoinformation und Landmanagement zfv 5, 2013, S. 381)

"This book aspires to address both professionals and academics and challenges them to develop a deeper discussion of and more systematic research into the international dimension; it can be recommended to a broad spectrum of those who represent multidisciplinary approaches to land management."
(Maroš Finka, DOI 10.1007/s13147-013-0232-0, Mai 2013)

"These essays and the rest of the contents of the book demonstrate that there are a number of common issues facing national and local governments across Europe in trying to achieve more sustainable forms of development. These include finding the spatial levels and planning tools with which to control of urban sprawl; balancing the imperative for environmental protection and energy efficiency against the necessity of maintaining a functioning and profitable development sector and the needs of communities for homes, employment and well-being.
These are all difficult questions and none of them appear for the first time in this book. Nevertheless, by looking across Europe, each of these essays adds something to our understanding of the socio-cultural and politicaleconomic context within which urban design and development has to take place."
(Chris Couch, Urban Design International 18.3, Sept. 2013, p. 252f.)

  • Buchreihe: European Academy of Land Use and Development (EALD)
  • Auflage: 1., 2013
  • Seiten: 320 Seiten
  • Abbildungen: zahlreiche Abbildungen, z.T. farbig
  • Format in cm: 17,0 x 24,0
  • Einbandart: PDF
  • ISBN: 978-3-7281-3480-6
  • DOI: 10.3218/3480-6
  • Sprache: Deutsch / Englisch
  • Publikationsart: Sammelband
  • Lieferstatus: lieferbar

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