Participatory Approach for Innovation in Spatial Planning Process in the Context of Climate Change in Serbia
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Here are highlighted recommendations on relativization of socio-economic and environmental conflicts that should contribute to preparation of upcoming and reconsideration of existing spatial plans at national and regional level, as well as to model decision-making quality – not only in Serbia, but to the Balkan-Mediterranean region that shares climate and challenges. The aimed results are to be obtained by revision of leading national and regional spatial documents in Serbia (national and regional spatial plans in Serbia, with their Implementation Programs, and instructions for Serbian Climate Change Strategy with its Action Plan, and Strategic Impact Assessment that are currently in preparation process), also addressing other EU regions. The main results are expected from communication with representatives of chosen local communities affected by direct climate change impacts (landslides, hail, flood, drought, precipitation and water flow extremes, etc.) and the representatives of the ...ministries responsible for spatial planning, environment, etc.