Sustainable and Resilient

Edited by
January 2023
340 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-5141-8 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-5142-5 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Urban-Rural-Partnerships: Sustainable and Resilient that was published in

Business & Economics
Environmental & Earth Sciences

This is a reprint of the Special Issue “Urban-Rural-Partnerships: Sustainable and Resilient” in Land, which, based on the URP2020 objectives, invited original contributions dealing with interactions in regional systems, particularly between urban and rural actors, institutions and projects to tackle great societal challenges. The 16 contributions published included conceptual and methodological papers, as well as case studies dedicated to striking examples and providing transferable knowledge and solutions. The guest editors hope that the contributions will stimulate learning processes on various levels, i.e. cross- and transdisciplinary as well as from the local level to entire regions to the broader European and international levels, in order to foster an understanding of integrated regional and urban–rural development.

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creativity; creative actors; criteria matrix; regional development; Slovakia; sustainable wellbeing; rural–urban relations; land management; local government; governance; policy; case studies; Europe; biodiversity offsets; offset implementation; production-integrated compensation; nature conservation; landscape planning; agri-environmental policy; urban–rural continuum; transdisciplinarity; deep participation; co-production; co-creation; co-design; sustainability; unequal power relations; New Leipzig Charter; URP2020 conference; urban–rural income gap; spatial pattern; driving mechanism; China; livelihood resilience; migration; urbanization; extreme events; India; online business; online shopping; spatial diffusion model; innovation diffusion hypothesis; efficiency hypothesis; regional inequality; rural land tenure; resilience; circular migration; rural-urban migrants; Beijing; urban village; nature-based solutions (NBS); green infrastructure; urban planning; airshed; watershed; natureshed; peopleshed; rural–urban fringe; social and biophysical scales; agri-food systems; collective action; cooperation; pooling; urban-rural interlinkages; short food-supply chains; regional food systems; hybrid organizations; commercial area; land use governance; city-regional governance; goal conflict; cross-impact balances CIB; policy mix; policy design; policy coherence; urban and regional development; structural change; coal mining; evidence-based planning; real-life laboratory; regional development; Service of General interest; Rhenish coal-mining area; structural change; equal living conditions; climate change; structural change; climate impact assessment; scenario corridors; heat stress; intermunicipal cooperation; India; urban–rural partnership; sanitation; faecal sludge management; wastewater management; local governance; local government partnership; actor-network theory; just transition; development strategy; monoindustrial urban area; Jiu Valley