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Frank Susanne (GICON - Großmann Ingenieur Consult GmbH), Spyra Marcin (Opole University of Technology, Poland), Fürst Christine (Martin-Luther University Halle Institute for Geosciences and Geography, Germany)
Requirements for Cross-Border Spatial Planning Technologies in the European Context
Change and Adaptation in Socio-Ecological Systems, 2017, vol. 3, nr 1, s. 39-46, rys., tab., bibliogr. 41 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Planowanie przestrzenne, Wyniki badań
Spatial planning, Research results
summ., The research is part of the INTECRE project (funding code 01DS14005, www.eli-web/, financed by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.
Region Morza Bałtyckiego
This communication paper investigates requirements for cross-border spatial planning technologies. We refer to European cross-border regions, which are located in the European Baltic Sea Region. We hypothesize that there is no efficient cross-border spatial planning without engagement from various stakeholders, supported by novel spatial planning technologies. This study presents the results from a survey that identifies the requirements for spatial planning technologies adequate for cross - border regions. On the basis of this survey, carried out within the INTECRE project partners coming from the Baltic Sea Region, the study provides general recommendations about cross - border spatial planning technologies. Addressed in the survey are the following central issues: definition of the scope of such technologies, the data base and international planning data provision, features and properties of planning technologies, and stakeholder involvement. The research findings are transferable to wider European and extra-European contexts. (original abstract)
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