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Brüll Anja (Euregio Meuse-Rhine), Wirth Timo Matti (RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany), Lohrberg Frank (RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany), Kempenaar Annet (Wageningen University), Brinkhuijsen Marlies (Wageningen University), Godart Marie- Françoise (Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium), Coppens Alain (Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium), Nielsen Marc (Terres en Villes)
Tytuł
Territorial Cohesion Through Cross-border Landscape Policy? The European Case of the Three Countries Park (BE-NL-DE)
Źródło
Change and Adaptation in Socio-Ecological Systems, 2017, vol. 3, nr 1, s. 68-92, rys., tab., zał., bibliogr. 57 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Region przygraniczny, Planowanie terytorialne, Europejska Konwencja Krajobrazowa, Zielona infrastruktura
Border areas, Territorial planning, European Landscape Convention, Green Infrastructure
Uwagi
summ., The LP3LP project was financed by the ESPON 2013 Programme.
Kraj/Region
Holandia, Niemcy, Belgia
Netherlands, Germany, Belgium
Abstrakt
Landscapes can be understood as social ecological systems under constant change. In Europe various territorial dynamics pose persistent challenges to maintaining diverse landscapes both as European heritage and in their capacity to provide vital functions and services. Concurrently, under the competence of cohesion policy, the EU is attempting to improve policy making by better policy coordination and respecting regional specifics. This paper explores the question how a policy dedicated to landscape can help to handle territorial change and support territorial cohesion. It presents results and performances of the ESPON applied research study LP3LP: (1) a common landscape policy for the Three Countries Park, across the Dutch, German and Belgium borders, including a spatial landscape vision, a governance proposal of adaptive landscape management, and thematic strategies dealing with green infrastructure, cultural heritage, complementary biomass and quality production; (2) recommendations at the EU level. In discussing the significance of a landscape approach for EU policy, three dimensions of landscape are linked with important aspects of territorial cohesion: 'landscape as asset' addressing natural-cultural territorial capital as an indigenous base for smart, sustainable, and inclusive development; 'landscape as place' stressing the relevance of landscape for place-based policies; and 'landscape as common ground' highlighting its potential for horizontal, vertical, and territorial integration. (original abstract)
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ISSN
2300-3669
Język
eng
URI / DOI
https://doi.org/10.1515/cass-2017-0007
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