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eISSN
1869-4179
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30 Jan 1936
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6 times per year
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German, English

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Volume 63 (2005): Issue 3 (May 2005)

Journal Details
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Journal
eISSN
1869-4179
First Published
30 Jan 1936
Publication timeframe
6 times per year
Languages
German, English

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10 Articles

Wissenschaftliche Beiträge

access type Open Access

Organising Capacity – the ability to act at regional level at a time of demographic changes

Published Online: 31 May 2005
Page range: 167 - 178

Abstract

Abstract

Demographic change is currently posing major challenges for regions and facing them with conflicts (especially regarding the distribution of infrastructure) which call increasingly for co-operative solutions involving other territorial authorities as well as the involvement of the private sector and civil society. This broadening of the range of actors involved in turn requires a form of network-based regional governance geared increasingly to promoting cooperation. Against the background of demographic change, Regional Governance aims to initiate processes of self-organisation, i.e. to create the capacity to act autonomously at regional level, and to improve the self-organising capacity to both sub-regions and of a region in its entirety. In order to show how this capacity to act at regional level might be established, the following article takes the Braunschweig region as a case in point to illustrate the development of this type of „organising capacity“.

access type Open Access

City and Nature – dichotomy, continuum, social construction?

Published Online: 31 May 2005
Page range: 179 - 188

Abstract

Abstract

The concepts “City“ and “Nature“ are used as contrasts both in habitual language and in urban research discourses. At the same time there exist multifaceted conjunctions between these seemingly dichotomous categories: planning of municipal parks, research in urban ecology, and debates on urban sustainability are just some examples. While approaching the relationship of city and nature, urban research claims that temporarily valid understandings of nature are nothing given. Nature, especially in urban spaces, is hardly ever pristine and self-acting. Rather, the understanding and the use of “Nature“ is strongly associated to societal preferences, to Zeitgeist, and to ever changing frameworks.

The article at hand first illustrates and resumes these conjunctions, before it outlines the discussion on the “social construction of nature“. This evolving research approach aims to consider these aspects on a conceptual level.

access type Open Access

Impact of demographic changes on environmental issues

Published Online: 31 May 2005
Page range: 189 - 198

Abstract

Abstract

A detailed study of available literature within a scientific research project revealed that neither in science nor in practice a discussion evolved concerning the impact of demographic changes on environmental and nature conservation issues to date. This is exacerbated by the fact that demographic change is only one factor amongst others that affects environment and nature. Therefore, no direct causal connection between demographic changes and the environmental condition can be drawn.

Nevertheless, an impact of the demographic changes on environmental and nature conservation issues can yet be expected for the future. In order to evaluate the chances and risks for environment and nature and to respond appropriately to them it is important to integrate environmental and nature conservation issues into today’s scientific, planning and political discussion on this topic.

access type Open Access

Social infrastructure in the context of Shrinking Towns and Cities

Published Online: 31 May 2005
Page range: 199 - 209

Abstract

Abstract

This article develops a number of spatial-order concepts designed to steer the implementation of the quantitative adjustments that need to be made to the provision of social infrastructure close to where the users of these facilities live. Against the background of the aim to provide parity of provision throughout the entire territory, the aim of these concepts is show how such facilities might best be distributed in terms of location in the future. These concepts are based on a customised procedure for gauging the need for quantitative adjustments at the sub-urban level and on the application of a set of criteria to be used in selecting suitable locations for adjustment. The article begins by presenting an overview of current trends which can be detected in current (structural) changes in the quantitative and qualitative demand for social infrastructure, and by considering the implications these entail.

Berichte Aus Forschung und Praxis

access type Open Access

Konsequenzen aus der demographischen Entwicklung für den Umbau der Grünflächen älterer Wohnsiedlungen und öffentlicher Parks

Published Online: 31 May 2005
Page range: 210 - 215

Abstract

access type Open Access

Bevölkerungsrückgang und Alterung als maßgebliche Entwicklungsdeterminanten: der Fall Weißwasser

Published Online: 31 May 2005
Page range: 216 - 222

Abstract

access type Open Access

Westdeutsche Kommunen und der demographische Wandel

Published Online: 31 May 2005
Page range: 223 - 231

Abstract

access type Open Access

Zur Ermittlung des Gewerbeflächenbedarfs

Published Online: 31 May 2005
Page range: 232 - 240

Abstract

Article

access type Open Access

Rezensionen

Published Online: 31 May 2005
Page range: 241 - 246

Abstract

access type Open Access

Auswahldokumentation neuer Literatur

Published Online: 31 May 2005
Page range: 247 - 253

Abstract

10 Articles

Wissenschaftliche Beiträge

access type Open Access

Organising Capacity – the ability to act at regional level at a time of demographic changes

Published Online: 31 May 2005
Page range: 167 - 178

Abstract

Abstract

Demographic change is currently posing major challenges for regions and facing them with conflicts (especially regarding the distribution of infrastructure) which call increasingly for co-operative solutions involving other territorial authorities as well as the involvement of the private sector and civil society. This broadening of the range of actors involved in turn requires a form of network-based regional governance geared increasingly to promoting cooperation. Against the background of demographic change, Regional Governance aims to initiate processes of self-organisation, i.e. to create the capacity to act autonomously at regional level, and to improve the self-organising capacity to both sub-regions and of a region in its entirety. In order to show how this capacity to act at regional level might be established, the following article takes the Braunschweig region as a case in point to illustrate the development of this type of „organising capacity“.

access type Open Access

City and Nature – dichotomy, continuum, social construction?

Published Online: 31 May 2005
Page range: 179 - 188

Abstract

Abstract

The concepts “City“ and “Nature“ are used as contrasts both in habitual language and in urban research discourses. At the same time there exist multifaceted conjunctions between these seemingly dichotomous categories: planning of municipal parks, research in urban ecology, and debates on urban sustainability are just some examples. While approaching the relationship of city and nature, urban research claims that temporarily valid understandings of nature are nothing given. Nature, especially in urban spaces, is hardly ever pristine and self-acting. Rather, the understanding and the use of “Nature“ is strongly associated to societal preferences, to Zeitgeist, and to ever changing frameworks.

The article at hand first illustrates and resumes these conjunctions, before it outlines the discussion on the “social construction of nature“. This evolving research approach aims to consider these aspects on a conceptual level.

access type Open Access

Impact of demographic changes on environmental issues

Published Online: 31 May 2005
Page range: 189 - 198

Abstract

Abstract

A detailed study of available literature within a scientific research project revealed that neither in science nor in practice a discussion evolved concerning the impact of demographic changes on environmental and nature conservation issues to date. This is exacerbated by the fact that demographic change is only one factor amongst others that affects environment and nature. Therefore, no direct causal connection between demographic changes and the environmental condition can be drawn.

Nevertheless, an impact of the demographic changes on environmental and nature conservation issues can yet be expected for the future. In order to evaluate the chances and risks for environment and nature and to respond appropriately to them it is important to integrate environmental and nature conservation issues into today’s scientific, planning and political discussion on this topic.

access type Open Access

Social infrastructure in the context of Shrinking Towns and Cities

Published Online: 31 May 2005
Page range: 199 - 209

Abstract

Abstract

This article develops a number of spatial-order concepts designed to steer the implementation of the quantitative adjustments that need to be made to the provision of social infrastructure close to where the users of these facilities live. Against the background of the aim to provide parity of provision throughout the entire territory, the aim of these concepts is show how such facilities might best be distributed in terms of location in the future. These concepts are based on a customised procedure for gauging the need for quantitative adjustments at the sub-urban level and on the application of a set of criteria to be used in selecting suitable locations for adjustment. The article begins by presenting an overview of current trends which can be detected in current (structural) changes in the quantitative and qualitative demand for social infrastructure, and by considering the implications these entail.

Berichte Aus Forschung und Praxis

Article

access type Open Access

Rezensionen

Published Online: 31 May 2005
Page range: 241 - 246

Abstract

access type Open Access

Auswahldokumentation neuer Literatur

Published Online: 31 May 2005
Page range: 247 - 253

Abstract

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