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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 71 (2013): Issue 5 (October 2013)

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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10 Articles

Editorial

Open Access

Szenarien künftiger nachhaltiger Entwicklung

Published Online: 31 Oct 2013
Page range: 379 - 380

Abstract

Wissenschaftlicher Beitrag

Open Access

The Potentials of Agricultural Policy and Spatial Planning Policy for Ecological and Economic Sustainable Rural Development

Published Online: 31 Oct 2013
Page range: 381 - 396

Abstract

Abstract

European and german spatial planning policy and agricultural policy contain the policy objective to promote sustainable land use in rural areas. Both policies promise to promote comprehensive developments in rural areas, aiming at ecological target states, economic development, adaptation to economic globalization processes and strengthening regional stock flows to conserve resources. Analyzing these policies by testing their policy objectives and instruments in regard to sustainable land use delivers that only less instruments can support these objectives. Most instruments focus on economic development and adaptation to economic globalization processes. Ecological target states and strengthening regional stock flows are not supported by sufficient instruments.

Keywords

  • Spatial planning policy
  • Agricultural policy
  • Sustainable land use
  • Policy objectives
  • Policy instruments

Bericht aus Forschung und Praxis

Open Access

„The most likely future isn’t“: Land Use Scenarios for Central Germany

Published Online: 31 Oct 2013
Page range: 397 - 411

Abstract

Abstract

Scenarios are coherent, internally consistent and plausible descriptions of possible future states, for example of land use in a region or a different spatial unit, which take the influence of markets, policy, climate into account. The qualitative descriptions of scenarios are called storylines, for example written narratives but also maps, pictures or movies. Apart from scientific purposes scenarios and storylines respectively are increasingly used in political contexts and national as well as international scientific advisory boards. They provide insights into future opportunities and scopes of actions and show the consequences of alternative policies. The paper introduces the participatory development process of storylines of land use in Central Germany as well as the final storylines and shows their potential uses. One example for the scientific application of the storylines is their use as a basis for computer-based land use change simulation (modelling). A further use of the storylines is seen in the context of land use planning. The storylines provide insights into alternative land uses and their positive and negative impacts, which can aid spatial planning or the development of policy measures or management strategies.

Keywords

  • Storylines
  • Relevance
  • Credibility
  • Legitimacy
  • Participation
  • Land Use
  • Central Germany
Open Access

Scenario Planning as a Tool for Climate Change Adaptation in Urban and Regional Planning—Key Factor Analysis and Creation of Scenarios in the Urban Region of Rostock, Germany

Published Online: 31 Oct 2013
Page range: 413 - 426

Abstract

Abstract

Climate change and its impacts form a new major challenge for spatial planning, as planning still shall guarantee a sustainable development in the face of complexity and uncertainty. The presented scenario planning process in the urban region of Rostock, Germany aims at adaptation to the impacts of climate change and herby realizes intensive stakeholder participation. Scenarios are elaborated on the basis of the analysis of key factors for the future spatial development stemming from different thematic fields such as society, ecology, economics and policy and on the basis of the analysis of potential climate change impacts. These scenarios combine impacts of different severity with different potential developments of the key factors to a range of differentiated pictures of the potential future of the urban region. The scenarios allow spatial planners to consider a range of potential futures as well as interrelationships among the key factors and between the key factors and the climate change impacts. As such, they offer the possibility to cope with the main challenges of climate change, complexity and uncertainty and to integrate these challenges into a stakeholder dialogue. This was evaluated to be an innovative and sense making method, which is until now hardly implemented into current planning practice. The scenarios serve as basis for the formulation of concrete adaptation strategies and measures. Moreover, the initiated stakeholder dialogue can later facilitate the practical implementation of developed measures.

Keywords

  • Scenario planning
  • Climate change
  • Adaptation
  • Urban and regional planning
  • Rostock
Open Access

Cluster Promotion with the “Joint Task Program”

Published Online: 31 Oct 2013
Page range: 427 - 436

Abstract

Abstract

Across almost the entire globe, cluster and networking organisations are being supported at a number of administrative levels to boost regions’ economic competitiveness. Within the framework of the program “Joint Task to Improve the Regional Economic Structure”, launched by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, fifty-two of these organisations exist in Eastern Germany alone. In view of their number, and the fact that many of them have already received promotion twice, or the maximum number of times possible, the funding program and its implementation are now being evaluated in this study—against the background of a scientific critique of the cluster concept and its promotion, as well as the absence of publicly accessible evaluations. Findings reveal a lack of thematic and geographical co-ordination, no evaluation of the promotion provided, and an absence of service orientation among the organisation management.

Keywords

  • Regional development
  • Cluster
  • Promotion Eastern Germany
  • Evaluation

Rezension

Open Access

The Selfmade Land: Culture and Evolution of Urban and Regional Planning in the Netherlands

Published Online: 31 Oct 2013
Page range: 437 - 438

Abstract

Open Access

Die Entdeckung der Landschaft: Einführung in eine neue Wissenschaft

Published Online: 31 Oct 2013
Page range: 439 - 441

Abstract

Open Access

Städte und Regionen im Standortwettbewerb. Neue Tendenzen, Auswirkungen und Folgerungen für die Politik

Published Online: 31 Oct 2013
Page range: 443 - 445

Abstract

Open Access

Peripherisierung, Stigmatisierung, Abhängigkeit? Deutsche Mittelstädte und ihr Umgang mit Peripherisierungsprozessen

Published Online: 31 Oct 2013
Page range: 447 - 448

Abstract

Open Access

Strategische Regionalplanung

Published Online: 31 Oct 2013
Page range: 449 - 451

Abstract

10 Articles

Editorial

Open Access

Szenarien künftiger nachhaltiger Entwicklung

Published Online: 31 Oct 2013
Page range: 379 - 380

Abstract

Wissenschaftlicher Beitrag

Open Access

The Potentials of Agricultural Policy and Spatial Planning Policy for Ecological and Economic Sustainable Rural Development

Published Online: 31 Oct 2013
Page range: 381 - 396

Abstract

Abstract

European and german spatial planning policy and agricultural policy contain the policy objective to promote sustainable land use in rural areas. Both policies promise to promote comprehensive developments in rural areas, aiming at ecological target states, economic development, adaptation to economic globalization processes and strengthening regional stock flows to conserve resources. Analyzing these policies by testing their policy objectives and instruments in regard to sustainable land use delivers that only less instruments can support these objectives. Most instruments focus on economic development and adaptation to economic globalization processes. Ecological target states and strengthening regional stock flows are not supported by sufficient instruments.

Keywords

  • Spatial planning policy
  • Agricultural policy
  • Sustainable land use
  • Policy objectives
  • Policy instruments

Bericht aus Forschung und Praxis

Open Access

„The most likely future isn’t“: Land Use Scenarios for Central Germany

Published Online: 31 Oct 2013
Page range: 397 - 411

Abstract

Abstract

Scenarios are coherent, internally consistent and plausible descriptions of possible future states, for example of land use in a region or a different spatial unit, which take the influence of markets, policy, climate into account. The qualitative descriptions of scenarios are called storylines, for example written narratives but also maps, pictures or movies. Apart from scientific purposes scenarios and storylines respectively are increasingly used in political contexts and national as well as international scientific advisory boards. They provide insights into future opportunities and scopes of actions and show the consequences of alternative policies. The paper introduces the participatory development process of storylines of land use in Central Germany as well as the final storylines and shows their potential uses. One example for the scientific application of the storylines is their use as a basis for computer-based land use change simulation (modelling). A further use of the storylines is seen in the context of land use planning. The storylines provide insights into alternative land uses and their positive and negative impacts, which can aid spatial planning or the development of policy measures or management strategies.

Keywords

  • Storylines
  • Relevance
  • Credibility
  • Legitimacy
  • Participation
  • Land Use
  • Central Germany
Open Access

Scenario Planning as a Tool for Climate Change Adaptation in Urban and Regional Planning—Key Factor Analysis and Creation of Scenarios in the Urban Region of Rostock, Germany

Published Online: 31 Oct 2013
Page range: 413 - 426

Abstract

Abstract

Climate change and its impacts form a new major challenge for spatial planning, as planning still shall guarantee a sustainable development in the face of complexity and uncertainty. The presented scenario planning process in the urban region of Rostock, Germany aims at adaptation to the impacts of climate change and herby realizes intensive stakeholder participation. Scenarios are elaborated on the basis of the analysis of key factors for the future spatial development stemming from different thematic fields such as society, ecology, economics and policy and on the basis of the analysis of potential climate change impacts. These scenarios combine impacts of different severity with different potential developments of the key factors to a range of differentiated pictures of the potential future of the urban region. The scenarios allow spatial planners to consider a range of potential futures as well as interrelationships among the key factors and between the key factors and the climate change impacts. As such, they offer the possibility to cope with the main challenges of climate change, complexity and uncertainty and to integrate these challenges into a stakeholder dialogue. This was evaluated to be an innovative and sense making method, which is until now hardly implemented into current planning practice. The scenarios serve as basis for the formulation of concrete adaptation strategies and measures. Moreover, the initiated stakeholder dialogue can later facilitate the practical implementation of developed measures.

Keywords

  • Scenario planning
  • Climate change
  • Adaptation
  • Urban and regional planning
  • Rostock
Open Access

Cluster Promotion with the “Joint Task Program”

Published Online: 31 Oct 2013
Page range: 427 - 436

Abstract

Abstract

Across almost the entire globe, cluster and networking organisations are being supported at a number of administrative levels to boost regions’ economic competitiveness. Within the framework of the program “Joint Task to Improve the Regional Economic Structure”, launched by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, fifty-two of these organisations exist in Eastern Germany alone. In view of their number, and the fact that many of them have already received promotion twice, or the maximum number of times possible, the funding program and its implementation are now being evaluated in this study—against the background of a scientific critique of the cluster concept and its promotion, as well as the absence of publicly accessible evaluations. Findings reveal a lack of thematic and geographical co-ordination, no evaluation of the promotion provided, and an absence of service orientation among the organisation management.

Keywords

  • Regional development
  • Cluster
  • Promotion Eastern Germany
  • Evaluation

Rezension

Open Access

The Selfmade Land: Culture and Evolution of Urban and Regional Planning in the Netherlands

Published Online: 31 Oct 2013
Page range: 437 - 438

Abstract

Open Access

Die Entdeckung der Landschaft: Einführung in eine neue Wissenschaft

Published Online: 31 Oct 2013
Page range: 439 - 441

Abstract

Open Access

Städte und Regionen im Standortwettbewerb. Neue Tendenzen, Auswirkungen und Folgerungen für die Politik

Published Online: 31 Oct 2013
Page range: 443 - 445

Abstract

Open Access

Peripherisierung, Stigmatisierung, Abhängigkeit? Deutsche Mittelstädte und ihr Umgang mit Peripherisierungsprozessen

Published Online: 31 Oct 2013
Page range: 447 - 448

Abstract

Open Access

Strategische Regionalplanung

Published Online: 31 Oct 2013
Page range: 449 - 451

Abstract

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