Reprint

Ecosystem Services, Green Infrastructure and Spatial Planning

Edited by
August 2021
346 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-1716-2 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-1715-5 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Ecosystem Services, Green Infrastructure and Spatial Planning that was published in

Business & Economics
Environmental & Earth Sciences
Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities
Summary

National governments hardly identify their ecological networks or make an effort to integrate them into their spatial policies and plans. Under this perspective, an important scientific and technical issue is to focus on preserving corridors for enabling species mobility and on achieving connectivity between natural protected areas. This Special Issue takes a step forward insofar as it aims at proposing a theoretical and methodological discussion on the definition and implementation of ecological networks that provide a wide range of ecosystem services.

Format
  • Hardback
License
© 2022 by the authors; CC BY-NC-ND license
Keywords
green infrastructure; ecosystem services; Natura 2000 Network; environmental planning; green infrastructure; smart city; affordance; children; Natura 2000 Sites; coastal land use plans; management plans of Natura 2000 Sites; integrated coastal zone management; ecosystem services; habitat quality; ecological connectivity; depopulation of inland areas; territorial heritage; reversibility of degradation; landscape connectivity; Natura 2000 network; strategic environmental assessment; protected areas and spatial planning; semi-commons; ecosystem services; ecosystem services; millennium ecosystem assessment; marine protected areas; Natura 2000 network; integrated coastal zone management; standardized actions for effective management of marine protected areas; sustainable management; agenda 2030; ecosystem services; energy decentralization; district heating; urban planning; energy transition; knowledge modelling; spatial planning; problem structuring methods; spatial green infrastructures; geodesign; spatial planning; green infrastructure; ESDA and LISA; neighborhood spatial analysis; common agricultural policy; green infrastructure; greening; ecological networks; regional planning; multi-level governance; Natura 2000 network; natural protected areas; environmental planning; multi-level governance; landscape regeneration; urban built environment; identity values; smart and resilient land; Natura 2000 Network; urban standards; ecosystem services; urban facilities; habitat degradation; ecosystem services; Natura 2000 network; Site of National Interest (SNI); spatial planning; Basilicata Region; green infrastructure; landscape; smart dashboard; smart governance; slow tourism; Santa Barbara Walk; Sulcis-Iglesiente; Sardinia; Italy; ecological corridors; ecosystem services; green infrastructure; landscape connectivity; landscape fragmentation; Natura 2000 Network