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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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Volume 67 (2009): Issue 2 (March 2009)

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

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12 Articles

Editorial

access type Open Access

Schwerpunktheft „Klimawandel“

Published Online: 30 Apr 2009
Page range: 88 - 88

Abstract

Wissenschaftliche Beiträge

access type Open Access

Regional climate change scenarios

Published Online: 30 Apr 2009
Page range: 89 - 96

Abstract

Abstract

Global climate change initiates changes in regions as well. These changes can be calculated using regional climate change scenarios. For Germany first results show an increase of the annual mean temperatures between 2.5 and 3.5°C depending on the assumed emission scenario. Winter temperatures can rise by about 4 °C in the South or Southeast of Germany. It seems that the annual precipitation sums do not change, but the annual cycle of precipitation might get mare extreme. The results indicate a decrease of summer precipitation up to 30% in same regions of Germany and an increase in the winter months of more than 30%.

Keywords

  • Climate change
  • climate models
  • temperature
  • precipitation
  • regionalisation

Schlagwörter

  • Klimaänderungen
  • Klimamodelle
  • Temperatur
  • Niederschlag
  • Regionalisierung
access type Open Access

Risks, vulnerability and needs for adaptation in climate sensitive regions

Published Online: 30 Apr 2009
Page range: 97 - 113

Abstract

Abstract

Regional scenarios of climate change are used to evaluate impacts and risks using vulnerability assessments. The scenarios should not be seen as weather type forecasts, but as tools to analyze alternative future perspectives and their consequences. The role of climate scenarios together with additional factors for the assessment of regional vulnerability and adaptability are described. Given examples with references to spatial planning are water resource management, river floods, coastal protection, agriculture and forestry as well as nature protection and landscape conservation.

Keywords

  • adaptation
  • extreme events
  • floods
  • climate change
  • climate scenarios
  • climate impacts
  • spatial planning
  • vulnerability

Schlagwörter

  • Anpassung
  • Extremereignisse
  • Hochwasser
  • Klimaszenarien
  • Klimawandel
  • Klimawirkungen
  • räumliche Planung
  • Vulnerabilität
access type Open Access

Adaptation strategies for spatial development to climate change:„Climate proofing“ – outline of a new planning tool

Published Online: 30 Apr 2009
Page range: 114 - 127

Abstract

Abstract

Climate change means new challenges for spatial planning, plans and programmes and spatial development activities as well. How can climate change impacts and adaptation strategies be assessed and integrated into plans and programmes already today? A buzzword that appears in the latest discussions and concepts is the idea of „climate proofing“ that aims at adapting plans and programmes to the future impacts of a changing climate. However, what does „climate proofing“ exactly mean?Apart from an analysis of existing concepts for adaptation and climate proofing this article presents a conceptual framework on how the idea of climate proofing can be specifically developed and how it differs from existing impact assessments (e.g. EINSEA). The overall question is which contents and conceptual key points shall be featured by a climate proofing approach for the adaptation of spatial development to climate change.

Keywords

  • Climate proofing
  • climate change
  • adaptation
  • resilience
  • EIA

Schlagwörter

  • Climate Proofing
  • Klimawandel
  • Anpassung
  • Resilienz
  • UVP
access type Open Access

Governance capacity of cities and regions within the context of climate change

Published Online: 30 Apr 2009
Page range: 128 - 141

Abstract

Abstract

On one hand cities and regions are causing climate change and on the other hand they are affected by climate change. Therefore, they are obliged to develop and implement climate protection and climate adaptation measures. As climate change can not be stopped any more but only decreased, adaptation is becoming more and more important – in addition to further climate protection. This paper aims to clarify a theoretical comprehension of regional strategies of climate change adaptation. It introduces a concept for the development of regional adaptation strategies based on a broad comprehension of strategic planning. A strategy cycle with eight appropriate planning steps shall help to increase adaptive capacity at regional level.

Keywords

  • Climate Change
  • Adaptation strategy
  • Adaptive capacity
  • Strategy cycle
  • Capacity Building
  • Regional Governance

Schlagwörter

  • Anpassungsstrategie
  • Anpassungsfähigkeit
  • Klimawandel
  • Strategiezyklus
  • regionale Steuerung
access type Open Access

Renewable energies – spatial dimensions, new players and potentials for planning involvement using the example of the biogas process chain

Published Online: 30 Apr 2009
Page range: 142 - 156

Abstract

Abstract

The transition of the energy supply into a sustainable system is a task of historical dimension. Today different land uses compete for the scarce available land. Therefore, if regional potentials of renewable energies are to be developed in a sustainable way, the regions need to support this change in a proactive manner. Thereby, new challenges emerge for spatial planning.

The biogas process chain is a promising regional energy source that contributes to climate protection and positively influences the regional economy. Using the biogas example emerging interactions between forms of land use, new players and options for planning involvement are highlighted. Furthermore, a conceptual approach is presented which uses a combination of formal and informal planning instruments. This approach enables spatial planning to proactively support the sustainable use of available regional energy resources in the future.

Keywords

  • biogas
  • spatial impacts
  • players
  • stakeholders
  • spatial planning
  • land use planning
  • regional energy / land use management

Schlagwörter

  • Biogas
  • räumliche Auswirkungen
  • Akteure
  • räumliche Planung
  • regionales Energie-/Landnutzungsmanagement
access type Open Access

Adaptation to Climate Change – Challenges for Society, Economy and State

Published Online: 30 Apr 2009
Page range: 157 - 169

Abstract

Abstract

Climate change cannot be avoided entirely. Hence, there is a need for actions to cope with a changing climate. In contrast to the avoidance of greenhouse gases households, firms and other owners of resources are self-interested in the adaptation to the consequences of climate change. Some kind of governmental or EU actions are justified by e.g. insufficient information, biased discounting of future costs and inappropriate incentives. 4s the uncertain impacts of climate change will differ regionally, rules and instruments should allow freedom of choice to those affected by climate change. A one-size-fits-all approach will clearly not be appropriate.

Keywords

  • property rights
  • flexibility
  • uncertainty
  • incentives
  • institutions
  • regional policy

Schlagwörter

  • Verfügungsrechte
  • Flexibilität
  • Unsicherheit
  • Anreize
  • Institutionen
  • Regionalpolitik

Berichte aus Forschung und Praxis

access type Open Access

Vision Zero Emission Cities

Published Online: 30 Apr 2009
Page range: 170 - 181

Abstract

Abstract

Emissions caused by towns.and cities of industrialised countries can be regarded as a main problem in terms of global pollution and the reasons for the greenhouse effect. For this reason, strategies and concepts aiming at a reduction of greenhouse emissions should focus on urban structures.

In this paper it is discussed if the concept of a “Zero-Emission-City” (ZEC) – a city which is to a large extent emission free (which seems to be utopian at first view) – might be an appropriate guideline vision for a sustainable urban development. The paper shows spatial and technological opportunities, which are suitable both for a ZEC-strategy and as recommendations for technological approaches for its implementation. Finally concrete target values are provided, in order to give orientation for a notional master plan for reaching ZEC until 2050.

Keywords

  • climate protection
  • zero-emission-approach
  • sustainable urban structures
  • energy efficiency
  • reduction of waste and pollution

Schlagwörter

  • Klimaschutz
  • Null-Emissions-Ansätze
  • Nachhaltige Stadtstrukturen
  • Energieeffizienz
  • Schadstoff- und Abfallreduzierung

Berichte aus Forschung und Technik

access type Open Access

Adjustment of spatial planning to climate change reflected by current projects

Published Online: 30 Apr 2009
Page range: 182 - 192

Abstract

Abstract

Spatial planning understood as a comprehensive planning and supra-local planning can make an important contribution to adaptation to climate change. A number of project activities dealing with adaptation have started in recent years – often including a specific reference to spatial planning. This article aims at giving a thematic review of recent projects and to draw conclusions for a further advancement of spatial planning and spatial research.

Keywords

  • adaptation to climate change
  • spatial planning
  • regional planning
  • information transfer
  • natural hazards

Schlagwörter

  • Anpassung an den Klimawandel
  • Raumplanung
  • Regionalplanung
  • Informationstransfer
  • Naturgefahren
access type Open Access

Klimawandel und Regionalplanung

Published Online: 30 Apr 2009
Page range: 193 - 203

Abstract

Abstract

The ARL working group “Climate Change and Spatial Planning” conducted a survey among German regional planning authorities on how they currently treat the issue of climate change in their activities. The survey covered the availability of information on climate change, current possibilities and experiences in the field of mitigation, future challenges regarding adaptation to climate change and subsequent consequences for planning procedures. The results of the survey show that at present, regional planners mostly treat mitigation issues when considering climate change. Few experiences have been made regarding adaptation to climate change. The role of spatial planning in the context of climate change has not been defined clearly so far.

Keywords

  • Adaption to Climate Change
  • Awareness
  • Mitigation
  • Regional planning
  • Survey

Schlagwörter

  • Anpassung an den Klimawandel
  • Klimaschutz
  • Problembewusstsein
  • Regionalplanung
  • Umfrage

Rezensionen, neue Literatur

access type Open Access

Rezensionen

Published Online: 30 Apr 2009
Page range: 204 - 212

Abstract

access type Open Access

Buchanzeigen

Published Online: 30 Apr 2009
Page range: 213 - 213

Abstract

12 Articles

Editorial

access type Open Access

Schwerpunktheft „Klimawandel“

Published Online: 30 Apr 2009
Page range: 88 - 88

Abstract

Wissenschaftliche Beiträge

access type Open Access

Regional climate change scenarios

Published Online: 30 Apr 2009
Page range: 89 - 96

Abstract

Abstract

Global climate change initiates changes in regions as well. These changes can be calculated using regional climate change scenarios. For Germany first results show an increase of the annual mean temperatures between 2.5 and 3.5°C depending on the assumed emission scenario. Winter temperatures can rise by about 4 °C in the South or Southeast of Germany. It seems that the annual precipitation sums do not change, but the annual cycle of precipitation might get mare extreme. The results indicate a decrease of summer precipitation up to 30% in same regions of Germany and an increase in the winter months of more than 30%.

Keywords

  • Climate change
  • climate models
  • temperature
  • precipitation
  • regionalisation

Schlagwörter

  • Klimaänderungen
  • Klimamodelle
  • Temperatur
  • Niederschlag
  • Regionalisierung
access type Open Access

Risks, vulnerability and needs for adaptation in climate sensitive regions

Published Online: 30 Apr 2009
Page range: 97 - 113

Abstract

Abstract

Regional scenarios of climate change are used to evaluate impacts and risks using vulnerability assessments. The scenarios should not be seen as weather type forecasts, but as tools to analyze alternative future perspectives and their consequences. The role of climate scenarios together with additional factors for the assessment of regional vulnerability and adaptability are described. Given examples with references to spatial planning are water resource management, river floods, coastal protection, agriculture and forestry as well as nature protection and landscape conservation.

Keywords

  • adaptation
  • extreme events
  • floods
  • climate change
  • climate scenarios
  • climate impacts
  • spatial planning
  • vulnerability

Schlagwörter

  • Anpassung
  • Extremereignisse
  • Hochwasser
  • Klimaszenarien
  • Klimawandel
  • Klimawirkungen
  • räumliche Planung
  • Vulnerabilität
access type Open Access

Adaptation strategies for spatial development to climate change:„Climate proofing“ – outline of a new planning tool

Published Online: 30 Apr 2009
Page range: 114 - 127

Abstract

Abstract

Climate change means new challenges for spatial planning, plans and programmes and spatial development activities as well. How can climate change impacts and adaptation strategies be assessed and integrated into plans and programmes already today? A buzzword that appears in the latest discussions and concepts is the idea of „climate proofing“ that aims at adapting plans and programmes to the future impacts of a changing climate. However, what does „climate proofing“ exactly mean?Apart from an analysis of existing concepts for adaptation and climate proofing this article presents a conceptual framework on how the idea of climate proofing can be specifically developed and how it differs from existing impact assessments (e.g. EINSEA). The overall question is which contents and conceptual key points shall be featured by a climate proofing approach for the adaptation of spatial development to climate change.

Keywords

  • Climate proofing
  • climate change
  • adaptation
  • resilience
  • EIA

Schlagwörter

  • Climate Proofing
  • Klimawandel
  • Anpassung
  • Resilienz
  • UVP
access type Open Access

Governance capacity of cities and regions within the context of climate change

Published Online: 30 Apr 2009
Page range: 128 - 141

Abstract

Abstract

On one hand cities and regions are causing climate change and on the other hand they are affected by climate change. Therefore, they are obliged to develop and implement climate protection and climate adaptation measures. As climate change can not be stopped any more but only decreased, adaptation is becoming more and more important – in addition to further climate protection. This paper aims to clarify a theoretical comprehension of regional strategies of climate change adaptation. It introduces a concept for the development of regional adaptation strategies based on a broad comprehension of strategic planning. A strategy cycle with eight appropriate planning steps shall help to increase adaptive capacity at regional level.

Keywords

  • Climate Change
  • Adaptation strategy
  • Adaptive capacity
  • Strategy cycle
  • Capacity Building
  • Regional Governance

Schlagwörter

  • Anpassungsstrategie
  • Anpassungsfähigkeit
  • Klimawandel
  • Strategiezyklus
  • regionale Steuerung
access type Open Access

Renewable energies – spatial dimensions, new players and potentials for planning involvement using the example of the biogas process chain

Published Online: 30 Apr 2009
Page range: 142 - 156

Abstract

Abstract

The transition of the energy supply into a sustainable system is a task of historical dimension. Today different land uses compete for the scarce available land. Therefore, if regional potentials of renewable energies are to be developed in a sustainable way, the regions need to support this change in a proactive manner. Thereby, new challenges emerge for spatial planning.

The biogas process chain is a promising regional energy source that contributes to climate protection and positively influences the regional economy. Using the biogas example emerging interactions between forms of land use, new players and options for planning involvement are highlighted. Furthermore, a conceptual approach is presented which uses a combination of formal and informal planning instruments. This approach enables spatial planning to proactively support the sustainable use of available regional energy resources in the future.

Keywords

  • biogas
  • spatial impacts
  • players
  • stakeholders
  • spatial planning
  • land use planning
  • regional energy / land use management

Schlagwörter

  • Biogas
  • räumliche Auswirkungen
  • Akteure
  • räumliche Planung
  • regionales Energie-/Landnutzungsmanagement
access type Open Access

Adaptation to Climate Change – Challenges for Society, Economy and State

Published Online: 30 Apr 2009
Page range: 157 - 169

Abstract

Abstract

Climate change cannot be avoided entirely. Hence, there is a need for actions to cope with a changing climate. In contrast to the avoidance of greenhouse gases households, firms and other owners of resources are self-interested in the adaptation to the consequences of climate change. Some kind of governmental or EU actions are justified by e.g. insufficient information, biased discounting of future costs and inappropriate incentives. 4s the uncertain impacts of climate change will differ regionally, rules and instruments should allow freedom of choice to those affected by climate change. A one-size-fits-all approach will clearly not be appropriate.

Keywords

  • property rights
  • flexibility
  • uncertainty
  • incentives
  • institutions
  • regional policy

Schlagwörter

  • Verfügungsrechte
  • Flexibilität
  • Unsicherheit
  • Anreize
  • Institutionen
  • Regionalpolitik

Berichte aus Forschung und Praxis

access type Open Access

Vision Zero Emission Cities

Published Online: 30 Apr 2009
Page range: 170 - 181

Abstract

Abstract

Emissions caused by towns.and cities of industrialised countries can be regarded as a main problem in terms of global pollution and the reasons for the greenhouse effect. For this reason, strategies and concepts aiming at a reduction of greenhouse emissions should focus on urban structures.

In this paper it is discussed if the concept of a “Zero-Emission-City” (ZEC) – a city which is to a large extent emission free (which seems to be utopian at first view) – might be an appropriate guideline vision for a sustainable urban development. The paper shows spatial and technological opportunities, which are suitable both for a ZEC-strategy and as recommendations for technological approaches for its implementation. Finally concrete target values are provided, in order to give orientation for a notional master plan for reaching ZEC until 2050.

Keywords

  • climate protection
  • zero-emission-approach
  • sustainable urban structures
  • energy efficiency
  • reduction of waste and pollution

Schlagwörter

  • Klimaschutz
  • Null-Emissions-Ansätze
  • Nachhaltige Stadtstrukturen
  • Energieeffizienz
  • Schadstoff- und Abfallreduzierung

Berichte aus Forschung und Technik

access type Open Access

Adjustment of spatial planning to climate change reflected by current projects

Published Online: 30 Apr 2009
Page range: 182 - 192

Abstract

Abstract

Spatial planning understood as a comprehensive planning and supra-local planning can make an important contribution to adaptation to climate change. A number of project activities dealing with adaptation have started in recent years – often including a specific reference to spatial planning. This article aims at giving a thematic review of recent projects and to draw conclusions for a further advancement of spatial planning and spatial research.

Keywords

  • adaptation to climate change
  • spatial planning
  • regional planning
  • information transfer
  • natural hazards

Schlagwörter

  • Anpassung an den Klimawandel
  • Raumplanung
  • Regionalplanung
  • Informationstransfer
  • Naturgefahren
access type Open Access

Klimawandel und Regionalplanung

Published Online: 30 Apr 2009
Page range: 193 - 203

Abstract

Abstract

The ARL working group “Climate Change and Spatial Planning” conducted a survey among German regional planning authorities on how they currently treat the issue of climate change in their activities. The survey covered the availability of information on climate change, current possibilities and experiences in the field of mitigation, future challenges regarding adaptation to climate change and subsequent consequences for planning procedures. The results of the survey show that at present, regional planners mostly treat mitigation issues when considering climate change. Few experiences have been made regarding adaptation to climate change. The role of spatial planning in the context of climate change has not been defined clearly so far.

Keywords

  • Adaption to Climate Change
  • Awareness
  • Mitigation
  • Regional planning
  • Survey

Schlagwörter

  • Anpassung an den Klimawandel
  • Klimaschutz
  • Problembewusstsein
  • Regionalplanung
  • Umfrage

Rezensionen, neue Literatur

access type Open Access

Rezensionen

Published Online: 30 Apr 2009
Page range: 204 - 212

Abstract

access type Open Access

Buchanzeigen

Published Online: 30 Apr 2009
Page range: 213 - 213

Abstract

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