Vulnerability of natural and cultural heritage in relation to climate change - new challenge for spatial and urban planning
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The planning practice so far, already has experiences regarding many forms of damage and threat to natural and cultural heritage as a result of industrial and urban development, as well as problems of their protection, development and use. A new potential threat in the form of climate change represents further uncertainty for the maintenance of these areas and a new challenge for spatial and urban planning. The knowledge of possible consequences to climate changes demands reconsideration of the fundamental conceptual setting, on the protection and use of natural and cultural heritage, in accordance with generally accepted aims and in accordance with the universally accepted standards, initially, considers preservation of identity, uniqueness and distinctiveness. Some of the issues that are discussed in this paper consider of climate-resistance planning and actions for space of natural and cultural heritage, in order to develop new approaches which will primarily, enable a hi...gh level of assessments about the climate risks to be undertaken, and secondly, to offer planning solutions for adaptation to climate changes in the future plans, without neglecting the efforts for their mitigation.
Keywords:natural and cultural heritage / climate change / spatial and urban planning
Source:Conference Proceedings, 2nd International scientific conference "Regional development, spatial planning and strategic governance”, 2013, 808-822
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