Reprint

Spatial Planning and Land-Use Management

Edited by
February 2024
270 pages
  • ISBN978-3-7258-0140-4 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-7258-0139-8 (PDF)
https://doi.org/10.3390/books978-3-7258-0139-8 (registering)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Spatial Planning and Land-Use Management that was published in

Business & Economics
Environmental & Earth Sciences
Summary

Spatial Planning and Land-Use Management play a pivotal role in striking a balance between enhancing the quality of life for communities and addressing environmental protection and natural resource management. Additionally, they facilitate the exploration of alternative land-use scenarios that cater to socioeconomic, cultural, and environmental needs, ensuring the welfare of populations while upholding principles of efficiency, equity, and sustainability. Recognizing the enduring impact of spatial planning and land-use management on the future trajectory of societies, it is imperative to establish optimal systems and tools in the present day. This is particularly crucial in regions poised for swift increases in demand for housing, infrastructure, services, and food. A strategic redirection of measures towards a more inclusive and system-oriented territorial development emerges as a potentially effective approach.The purpose of the Special Issue "Spatial Planning and Land-Use Management" is to highlight the latest advancements in this field. It presents case studies from three continents: Europe, South America, and Asia. The articles can assist policymakers in making well-informed decisions by providing valuable insights that contribute to the formulation of more sustainable land-use practices.

Format
  • Hardback
License
© by the authors
Keywords
ecosystem services; source and sink landscape; land use optimization; MOP model; FLUS model; Fengdu County; mixed land-use; accessibility; transit-oriented development; machine learning; mixed land-use index; land parcel; industrial land; economy; decoupling model; China; land-use planning; Paraguay; sustainable development; obstacles; developing countries; land-use change; land take; agricultural land; GIS; spatial and urban planning; new-type urbanization; planning effects; compact development; rapidly growing; Hangzhou; spatial modelling; predictive scenarios; artificial neural networks; good farming practices; agricultural technological development; spatial planning; retrospective GIS analysis; urban planning; Murcia; flooding vulnerability; spatial statistics; territorial management; land-use change; multiscenario simulation; Markov-FLUS model; regional sustainability; natural development; ecological protection; economic priority; cultivated land protection; land use simulation; CLUMondo model; land use/cover change (LUCC); land use conflicts (LUCs); high nature value farmland; valuing ecosystem services; bibliometric review; science mapping; n/a