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Proceedings of the Fábos Conference on Landscape and Greenway Planning

2016

Landscape planning

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The Role Of Green Urban Wastelands In 3rd Place Creation. Challenge For Urban Policy In Poland, Anna Wilczyńska, Maciej Łepkowski, Ryszard Nejman Jan 2016

The Role Of Green Urban Wastelands In 3rd Place Creation. Challenge For Urban Policy In Poland, Anna Wilczyńska, Maciej Łepkowski, Ryszard Nejman

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An Urban area is a complex system that constantly changes, forms dynamically and functionsindependently. Despite of huge development pressure coming from the fast urban growth there are still many neglected areas or so-called urban wastelands. These zones seem to be commonly considered (also by local governments and city planners) as worthless and unproductive critical spaces that need to be invested in and returned to the city. On the other hand, we ahould point out a growing conviction among scientists about the importance of wastelands in context of their strong impact on the urban ecosystem and some social aspects of urban ...


Landscape Planning And Green Infrastructure In Serbia: From National To Belgrade City Planning, Nevena Vasiljević, Boris Radić, Biljana Šljukić, Ratko Ristić Jan 2016

Landscape Planning And Green Infrastructure In Serbia: From National To Belgrade City Planning, Nevena Vasiljević, Boris Radić, Biljana Šljukić, Ratko Ristić

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The development of landscape planning in Serbia began in the middle of the last century. The principles and objectives of landscape planning were modeled on European trends and developed within the academic framework of the School of landscape architecture at the Faculty of Forestry of the University of Belgrade.

The General Plan of Landscapes (1995) was a failed attempt to "introduce" landscape planning from the framework of academic and scientific debate to institutional spatial planning in Serbia (Vasiljević, 2008). After the ratification of the European Landscape Convention in 2011, a more favorable climate for landscape planning was created in Serbia ...


Landscape Indicators In Rural Development, István Valánszki, Ágnes Sallay, Krisztina Filep-Kovács, Sándor Jombach Jan 2016

Landscape Indicators In Rural Development, István Valánszki, Ágnes Sallay, Krisztina Filep-Kovács, Sándor Jombach

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Landscape values and landscape potential are the base of rural development. Long-term and balanced utilization of these is possible through sustainable landscape management. The Hungarian rural regions have very diverse characteristics, that is why properly targeted and specified programs, strategies are needed to develop them in an appropriate way.

Several planners, researchers and authors emphasized that the first step of sustainable landscape management is landscape-function analysis (De Groot et al., 2010; Herman et al., 2014). Before clustering and typification of rural regions based on the levels of the different landscape functions, it is very important to explore the potential relationships ...


Greenways In Landscape Planning – Case Study: Municipality Of Subotica, Klara Marijanušić, Saša Orlović, Aleksandar Kurjakov, Lazar Pavlović, Maja Manojlović Jan 2016

Greenways In Landscape Planning – Case Study: Municipality Of Subotica, Klara Marijanušić, Saša Orlović, Aleksandar Kurjakov, Lazar Pavlović, Maja Manojlović

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Municipality of Subotica is located at the northern part of the Vojvodina Province and Republic of Serbia, along the Hungarian border. The natural heritage of the Vojvodina Province (North part of Serbia) is extraordinary diverse with important ecosystem diversity. In the Vojvodina province there are extra natural and landscape areas specific for the South – East Europe as Deliblato sands (the biggest sand area in the Europe), hilly areas of Fruška Gora and Vršački breg. Also, the rivers Danube, Sava, Tisa, Begej, Tamiš and their floodplain zones (Apatinski rit, Monoštorski rit, Koviljski rit, Obedska bara, Carska bara, etc.), the steps zones ...


The Historical Elements Of Kraków’S Green System - Protection Challenges For Landscape Planning In The 21st Century, Jadwiga Środulska-Wielgus, Anna Staniewska, Katarzyna Łakomy, Krzysztof Wielgus Jan 2016

The Historical Elements Of Kraków’S Green System - Protection Challenges For Landscape Planning In The 21st Century, Jadwiga Środulska-Wielgus, Anna Staniewska, Katarzyna Łakomy, Krzysztof Wielgus

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Krakow was referred by Ebenezer Howard as a natural garden city (Bogdanowski 1979). This flattering opinion emphasized the purposefulness of the green system – the result of evolutionary development of the city since the Middle Ages, supported by fortification and communication factors of the Second Industrial Revolution. Kraków of today, a many times greater size, has lost its harmony. On the one hand an uncontrollable growth, low availability of the significant of green (Staniewska 2014). On the other hand, both touristic and settlement attractiveness historical centre of the UNESCO World Heritage Site List. Low degree of synergistic use of valuable and ...


Avoid – Mitigate – Compensate: Halting The Loss Of Biodiversity In Landscapes “Under Pressure” - Landscape Planning And Eco Account Examples From The Stuttgart Region, Germany, Christian Küpfer, Sascha Arnold Jan 2016

Avoid – Mitigate – Compensate: Halting The Loss Of Biodiversity In Landscapes “Under Pressure” - Landscape Planning And Eco Account Examples From The Stuttgart Region, Germany, Christian Küpfer, Sascha Arnold

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Within the European Union, Germany has the largest population (ca. 80 million) and the fourth highest population density (about 230 inhabitants per km²). In addition, the population’s need for living space is among the highest within Europe: in 2012, the rate of living space per resident was around 40 m² per person and far above Europe’s average for many other indicators, like percentage of urbanized land, population density, and motorization (table 1).

With its long history of urbanisation and industrialization after World War II and its geographical position in the centre of Europe, Germany faces strong challenges to ...