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Record number 409335
Title SUSMETRO : Impact Assessment Tools for Food Planning in Metropolitan Regions : IA tools and serious gaming in support of sustainability targets for food planning, nature conservation and recreation
Author(s) Wascher, D.M.; Roos-Klein Lankhorst, J.; Agricola, H.J.; Jong, A. de
Source [Wageningen] : Alterra - 66
Department(s) Land Use Planning
CL - Crossing Borders
CL - Rural Dynamics
Alterra - Earth informatics
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2010
Keyword(s) duurzaamheid (sustainability) - stadslandbouw - ruimtelijke ordening - kaarten - besluitvorming - natuurbescherming - recreatie - innovaties - stedelijke gebieden - sustainability - urban agriculture - physical planning - maps - decision making - nature conservation - recreation - innovations - urban areas
Categories Agriculture in the Netherlands / Innovation Studies (General)
Abstract By offering a series of decision support tools for stakeholders of metropolitan regions, SUSMETRO facilitates and enables evidence-based decision making by means of ‘serious gaming’. Making use of the Phase 1 thematic maps such as on agricultural competitiveness, nature conservation and recreational values, stakeholders can compare impacts of traditional versus innovative forms of agricultural production. The SUSMETRO Impact Assessment tool provides information on the expected effects of spatial planning with regard to the self-supportive capacities of the region (ecological footprint) and the share of recreational and nature conservation facilities (land use functions), offering cost-benefit calculations regarding the expected economic revenues. The whole process is embedded in a Landscape Character Assessment process and guided by Knowledge Brokerage procedures to strengthen the science-policy interface. In sum, the SUSMETRO approach allows a wide range of stakeholders to co-develop images for sustainable Metropolitan Agriculture.
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