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|Report of case study city portraits : Appendix Green Surge study on urban green infrastructure planning and governance in 20 European case studies
Hansen, R. ; Buizer, I.M. ; Rall, E. ; DeBellis, Y. ; Elands, B.H.M. ; Wiersum, K.F. ; Pauleit, S. - \ 2015
EU (project Green Surge EU FP7)
Strategies for sustainable urban development and urban-rural linkages
Nilsson, K. ; Sick Nielsen, T. ; Aalbers, C.B.E.M. ; Bell, S. ; Boitier, B. ; Chery, J.P. ; Fertner, C. ; Groschowski, M. ; Haase, D. ; Loibl, W. ; Pauleit, S. ; Pintar, M. ; Piorr, A. ; Ravetz, J. ; Ristimäki, M. ; Rounsevell, M. ; Tosics, I. ; Westerink, J. ; Zasada, I. - \ 2014
European Journal of Spatial Development 2014 (2014). - ISSN 1650-9544 - p. 1 - 26.
An important driving force behind urban expansion is the growth of the urban population. But for Europe, this is not a sufficient explanation. The major trend is that European cities have become much less compact. Since the mid-1950s European cities have expanded on average by 78%, whereas the population has grown by only 33%. In the PLUREL project - an integrated project within the EU’s 6th Research Framework Programme - more than 100 researchers from 15 countries analysed the impacts of urban land consumption at a pan-European level and, through six European and one Chinese case studies, identified how land use conflicts and the pressure towards peri-urban areas can be strategically managed in different development and regulatory contexts. To summarise, the following strategies were identified as important steps towards more sustainable urban-rural futures: (i) better coordination of transport, land use and open space planning; (ii) urban containment and densification – development of a green compact city; (iii) preservation of blue and green infrastructure; and (iv) preservation of agricultural land and the promotion of local production. The need also remains to strengthen governance at the regional level while at the pan-European level there is clearly a need for more policy attention to be given to urban-rural linkages.
Powerful and large regional autorities are needed to preserve green open space for urban agglomerations
Aalbers, C.B.E.M. ; Pauleit, S. - \ 2013
Spool : journal of architecture and the built environment 1 (2013)1. - ISSN 2215-0897 - p. 501 - 520.
Identification and assessment of strategies for the conservation and multifunctional development of green open space in the urban fringe of European urban regions is a challenge to both the academic and the real life world. Within the EU funded research project PLUREL – Peri-urban land use relationships – ‘Strategies and sustainability assessment tools for urban rural linkages’, we developed a methodology for international comparison of regional strategies that considers the policy context at supra-regional level. This methodology helped to explain the reported impacts of strategies. For this we further elaborated the theoretical concept of policy arrangements and policy dimensions by Van Tatenhove et al. (2000) and Arts et al. (2006). Strategies and policy contexts referred to are from Montpellier Agglomeration, a formal coalition of now 31 municipalities, Leipzig-Halle region, a functional urban region (FUR) with governance coalitions around green open space preservation strategies, and Hangzhou in China, a very large city with hierarchical formal government. Results showed how the means of influence from different government levels can complement and reinforce each other and raise the effectiveness of the strategies. A combination of hierarchical government with a horizontal coalition between local authorities covering the full FUR can be very effective for managing the land use developments in the urban fringe, even when private business, CSOs or other NGOs are not included in the coalition. Supra-regional authorities do not have to possess the land resources, but setting the Rules of the Game is a powerful means of influence to coerce local municipalities to preserve green open space in the urban fringe.
Peri-urban futures: Scenarios and models for land use change in Europe
Nilsson, K. ; Pauleit, S. ; Bell, S. ; Aalbers, C.B.E.M. ; Sick Nielsen, T.A. - \ 2013
Berlin Heidelberg : Springer Verlag - ISBN 9783642305290 - 453
duurzaam bodemgebruik - landgebruiksplanning - dynamiek van het ruimtegebruik - relaties tussen stad en platteland - stadsrandgebieden - urbanisatie - regionale planning - gebiedsgericht beleid - landschapsbescherming - europa - sustainable land use - land use planning - land use dynamics - rural urban relations - urban hinterland - urbanization - regional planning - integrated spatial planning policy - landscape conservation - europe
Presently, peri-urbanisation is one of the most pervasive processes of land use change in Europe with strong impacts on both the environment and quality of life. It is a matter of great urgency to determine strategies and tools in support of sustainable development. The book synthesizes the results of PLUREL, a large European Commission funded research project (2007-2010). Tools and strategies of PLUREL address main challenges of managing land use in peri-urban areas. These results are presented and illustrated by means of 7 case studies which are at the core of the book. This volume presents a novel, future oriented approach to the planning and management of peri-urban areas with a main focus on scenarios and sustainability impact analysis. The research is unique in that it focuses on the future by linking quantitative scenario modeling and sustainability impact analysis with qualitative and in-depth analysis of regional strategies, as well as including a study at European level with case study work also involving a Chinese case study.
|Benefits and use of urban forests and trees
Tyrväinen, L. ; Pauleit, S. ; Seeland, K. ; Vries, S. de - \ 2005
In: Urban forests and trees; a reference book / Konijnendijk, C.C., Nilsson, K., Randrup, T.B., Schipperijn, J., Berlin (Germany) etc. : Springer - ISBN 354025126X - p. 81 - 114.