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Implementation of the carpathian convention in Serbia—the analysis of sustainability aspects

Pantić, Marijana; Maričić, Tamara; Milijić, Saša

(Journal of the Geographical Institute "Jovan Cvijic", SASA, 2022)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Pantić, Marijana
AU  - Maričić, Tamara
AU  - Milijić, Saša
PY  - 2022
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/631
AB  - One of the biggest and most important mountain ranges in Europe, the Carpathians, is being threatened by different human activities. The Framework Convention on the Protection and Sustainable Development of the Carpathians (Carpathian Convention) represents one of the international efforts to protect the biodiversity of this area through multilateral cooperation. Serbia is one of the signatory parties, where the area protected by the Convention currently coincides with the Đerdap National Park (ĐNP) boundaries. Serbia mainly lags in protocol and amendment ratifications, which is suspected to hinder the potential benefits regarding the sustainable development of this region. By analysing selected sustainability indicators for the years 2003, 2011, and 2019 we tried to enlighten if developments were sustainable. Data were also presented by the spider evaluation method. Despite certain limitations in data availability, research showed that there are positive economic and environmental changes, despite depopulation and aging of local inhabitants. But major efforts are still to be undertaken, especially regarding environmental sustainability and implementation of national and international regulation.
PB  - Journal of the Geographical Institute "Jovan Cvijic", SASA
T1  - Implementation of the carpathian convention in Serbia—the analysis of sustainability aspects
VL  - 72
IS  - 1
SP  - 33
EP  - 49
DO  - 10.2298/IJGI2201033P
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Pantić, Marijana and Maričić, Tamara and Milijić, Saša",
year = "2022",
abstract = "One of the biggest and most important mountain ranges in Europe, the Carpathians, is being threatened by different human activities. The Framework Convention on the Protection and Sustainable Development of the Carpathians (Carpathian Convention) represents one of the international efforts to protect the biodiversity of this area through multilateral cooperation. Serbia is one of the signatory parties, where the area protected by the Convention currently coincides with the Đerdap National Park (ĐNP) boundaries. Serbia mainly lags in protocol and amendment ratifications, which is suspected to hinder the potential benefits regarding the sustainable development of this region. By analysing selected sustainability indicators for the years 2003, 2011, and 2019 we tried to enlighten if developments were sustainable. Data were also presented by the spider evaluation method. Despite certain limitations in data availability, research showed that there are positive economic and environmental changes, despite depopulation and aging of local inhabitants. But major efforts are still to be undertaken, especially regarding environmental sustainability and implementation of national and international regulation.",
publisher = "Journal of the Geographical Institute "Jovan Cvijic", SASA",
title = "Implementation of the carpathian convention in Serbia—the analysis of sustainability aspects",
volume = "72",
number = "1",
pages = "33-49",
doi = "10.2298/IJGI2201033P"
}
Pantić, M., Maričić, T.,& Milijić, S.. (2022). Implementation of the carpathian convention in Serbia—the analysis of sustainability aspects. 
Journal of the Geographical Institute "Jovan Cvijic", SASA., 72(1), 33-49.
https://doi.org/10.2298/IJGI2201033P
Pantić M, Maričić T, Milijić S. Implementation of the carpathian convention in Serbia—the analysis of sustainability aspects. 2022;72(1):33-49.
doi:10.2298/IJGI2201033P .
Pantić, Marijana, Maričić, Tamara, Milijić, Saša, "Implementation of the carpathian convention in Serbia—the analysis of sustainability aspects", 72, no. 1 (2022):33-49,
https://doi.org/10.2298/IJGI2201033P . .

The European Green Capital Award—Is It a Dream or Reality for Belgrade (Serbia)?

Pantić, Marijana; Milijić, Saša

(MDPI, 2021)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Pantić, Marijana
AU  - Milijić, Saša
PY  - 2021
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/641
AB  - An agreement of cooperation and transmission of knowledge regarding the nomination for the European Green Capital Award (EGCA) was signed between the mayors of Belgrade and Ljubljana (EGCA 2016 winner) in September 2018. The candidacy of Belgrade was finally realized in October 2019. Great hope was placed in this endeavour because internationally recognized awards, such as the EGCA, represent enormous capital for both the city and the state. The EGCA requires serious preparation and significant fulfilment of preconditions. Many economically strong and environmentally responsible cities competed for the award, but did not win. On the other hand, the capital of Serbia does not appear to be an obvious winning candidate, especially as it is differentiated from the previous winners by being a non-EU city and by the fact that it is still undergoing an intense urban transformation, characteristic of transitional countries. Therefore, the main aim of this article is to present a review of the current state of Belgrade’s environmental qualities and its comparison with the EGCA criteria and with Grenoble as one of the winning competitors. The article gives a full overview of the EGCA requirements with certain details on required indicators, gives relevant insight into the procedure, which could be of use for any future candidacy, and discusses potential benefits for winners, losers and repeat candidacies.
PB  - MDPI
T2  - Sustainability
T1  - The European Green Capital Award—Is It a Dream or Reality for Belgrade (Serbia)?
VL  - 13
IS  - 11
EP  - 6182
DO  - 10.3390/su13116182
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Pantić, Marijana and Milijić, Saša",
year = "2021",
abstract = "An agreement of cooperation and transmission of knowledge regarding the nomination for the European Green Capital Award (EGCA) was signed between the mayors of Belgrade and Ljubljana (EGCA 2016 winner) in September 2018. The candidacy of Belgrade was finally realized in October 2019. Great hope was placed in this endeavour because internationally recognized awards, such as the EGCA, represent enormous capital for both the city and the state. The EGCA requires serious preparation and significant fulfilment of preconditions. Many economically strong and environmentally responsible cities competed for the award, but did not win. On the other hand, the capital of Serbia does not appear to be an obvious winning candidate, especially as it is differentiated from the previous winners by being a non-EU city and by the fact that it is still undergoing an intense urban transformation, characteristic of transitional countries. Therefore, the main aim of this article is to present a review of the current state of Belgrade’s environmental qualities and its comparison with the EGCA criteria and with Grenoble as one of the winning competitors. The article gives a full overview of the EGCA requirements with certain details on required indicators, gives relevant insight into the procedure, which could be of use for any future candidacy, and discusses potential benefits for winners, losers and repeat candidacies.",
publisher = "MDPI",
journal = "Sustainability",
title = "The European Green Capital Award—Is It a Dream or Reality for Belgrade (Serbia)?",
volume = "13",
number = "11",
pages = "6182",
doi = "10.3390/su13116182"
}
Pantić, M.,& Milijić, S.. (2021). The European Green Capital Award—Is It a Dream or Reality for Belgrade (Serbia)?. in Sustainability
MDPI., 13(11).
https://doi.org/10.3390/su13116182
Pantić M, Milijić S. The European Green Capital Award—Is It a Dream or Reality for Belgrade (Serbia)?. in Sustainability. 2021;13(11):null-6182.
doi:10.3390/su13116182 .
Pantić, Marijana, Milijić, Saša, "The European Green Capital Award—Is It a Dream or Reality for Belgrade (Serbia)?" in Sustainability, 13, no. 11 (2021),
https://doi.org/10.3390/su13116182 . .
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Sustainability measured by annual statistical reports – Đerdap National Park (Serbia)

Pantić, Marijana; Milijić, Saša

(Brno : Global Change Research Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences, 2021)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Pantić, Marijana
AU  - Milijić, Saša
PY  - 2021
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/640
AB  - Protection and sustainable development are the backbone of the Carpathian Convention (2003). The Convention was created to ensure the application of the sustainable approach at the international level, referring to economic, social and environmental aspects. The evaluation of sustainability is under constant reconsideration, which includes the issues of indicator selection and the data availability (Bell & Morse 2018). This research considers availability of longitudinal data and, based on that, it aims to recognize 1) the trajectory of the basic sustainability indicators in Đerdap National Park and 2) whether the trajectory coincides with the signing of the Carpathian Convention and its implementation in Serbia. Here are used the annual statistical reports covering data applicable for measuring three sustainability aspects since the establishment of the Carpathian Convection. Therefore, the year of the signing the Convention (2003) is defined as the starting point of the trajectory, the year 2008 is taken for the middle point (2008), whereas the year of the last published statistical report (2019) represents the finishing time-point. Social sustainability is measured by population size, population average age, structure of employed (agriculture, forestry, fishery, tourism); economic sustainability by unemployment rate, number of employed per 1,000 inhabitants, number of tourists and touristic overnight stays, local budget incomes; and environmental sustainability by structure of employed (tourism, mining), share of forest areas, average wood volume, and share of households connected to the sewage system. Changes in the share of protection designations are used to measure protection aspect. The Đerdap National Park is chosen as the case study because its territory coincides with the geographical scope of the Carpathian Convention in Serbia.
PB  - Brno : Global Change Research Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences
C3  - Book of Abstracts: International scientific conference 6th FORUM CARPATICUM – Linking the Environmental, Political and Societal Aspects for Carpathian Sustainability
T1  - Sustainability measured by annual statistical reports – Đerdap National Park (Serbia)
SP  - 66
EP  - 66
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Pantić, Marijana and Milijić, Saša",
year = "2021",
abstract = "Protection and sustainable development are the backbone of the Carpathian Convention (2003). The Convention was created to ensure the application of the sustainable approach at the international level, referring to economic, social and environmental aspects. The evaluation of sustainability is under constant reconsideration, which includes the issues of indicator selection and the data availability (Bell & Morse 2018). This research considers availability of longitudinal data and, based on that, it aims to recognize 1) the trajectory of the basic sustainability indicators in Đerdap National Park and 2) whether the trajectory coincides with the signing of the Carpathian Convention and its implementation in Serbia. Here are used the annual statistical reports covering data applicable for measuring three sustainability aspects since the establishment of the Carpathian Convection. Therefore, the year of the signing the Convention (2003) is defined as the starting point of the trajectory, the year 2008 is taken for the middle point (2008), whereas the year of the last published statistical report (2019) represents the finishing time-point. Social sustainability is measured by population size, population average age, structure of employed (agriculture, forestry, fishery, tourism); economic sustainability by unemployment rate, number of employed per 1,000 inhabitants, number of tourists and touristic overnight stays, local budget incomes; and environmental sustainability by structure of employed (tourism, mining), share of forest areas, average wood volume, and share of households connected to the sewage system. Changes in the share of protection designations are used to measure protection aspect. The Đerdap National Park is chosen as the case study because its territory coincides with the geographical scope of the Carpathian Convention in Serbia.",
publisher = "Brno : Global Change Research Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences",
journal = "Book of Abstracts: International scientific conference 6th FORUM CARPATICUM – Linking the Environmental, Political and Societal Aspects for Carpathian Sustainability",
title = "Sustainability measured by annual statistical reports – Đerdap National Park (Serbia)",
pages = "66-66"
}
Pantić, M.,& Milijić, S.. (2021). Sustainability measured by annual statistical reports – Đerdap National Park (Serbia). in Book of Abstracts: International scientific conference 6th FORUM CARPATICUM – Linking the Environmental, Political and Societal Aspects for Carpathian Sustainability
Brno : Global Change Research Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences., 66-66.
Pantić M, Milijić S. Sustainability measured by annual statistical reports – Đerdap National Park (Serbia). in Book of Abstracts: International scientific conference 6th FORUM CARPATICUM – Linking the Environmental, Political and Societal Aspects for Carpathian Sustainability. 2021;:66-66..
Pantić, Marijana, Milijić, Saša, "Sustainability measured by annual statistical reports – Đerdap National Park (Serbia)" in Book of Abstracts: International scientific conference 6th FORUM CARPATICUM – Linking the Environmental, Political and Societal Aspects for Carpathian Sustainability (2021):66-66.

Spatial Planning in Serbia: Tourism Development Based on Water Bodies in Protected Areas

Pantić, Marijana; Milijić, Saša

(Targoviste : Romanian Limnogeographical Association, 2021)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Pantić, Marijana
AU  - Milijić, Saša
PY  - 2021
UR  - http://www.limnology.ro/wrw2020/proceedings/15_Pantic.pdf
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/643
AB  - Water resources such as rivers, lakes and even wetlands have always been elements that enrich an area and, in addition to undeniable ecological functions, they represent powerful attractions for tourists. Strategically valuable and ecologically significant water bodies are often simultaneously aesthetic jams in the landscape. For their multiply values, it is clear that planning of their use and protection requires careful and formalized actions in a form of public policies. Spatial purpose area spatial plans in Serbia represent one of the mechanisms for the protection of water resources, but also a tool for bringing added value through their use in the purpose of tourism development. This paper focuses precisely on the review of spatial plans that regulate the use and protection of water resources under constitutional state protection in Serbia. Therefore, the water bodies that are a central element of the spatial plans are the case studies – Uvac Special Nature Reserve (Uvac River and Zlatar, Radoinja and Sjenica reservoirs), Đerdap National Park (Danube River and Đerdap reservoir), Tisa River Multifunctional Ecological Corridor and Vlasina Outstanding Natural Landscape (Vlasina River and Vlasina reservoir). The application of this method is expected to reveal connections between water protection and tourism development. In the other segment, this research addresses nature/water protection and tourism development measures, hence commenting on their synchronization or contradiction. The results have shown that balancing between protection and development remains a challenge where the existence or absence of spatial planning documents does not cause that much damage to water bodies ecological functions as much as negligence of prescribed measures or their misinterpretation. Spatial plans in Serbia are rather united in protection and development measures for protected areas, but still always addressing specifics of each area individually.
PB  - Targoviste : Romanian Limnogeographical Association
C3  - Book of proceedings: 5th International Hybrid Conference Water resources and wetlands, 8-12 September 2021, Tulcea (Romania)
T1  - Spatial Planning in Serbia: Tourism Development Based on Water Bodies in Protected Areas
SP  - 131
EP  - 143
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Pantić, Marijana and Milijić, Saša",
year = "2021",
abstract = "Water resources such as rivers, lakes and even wetlands have always been elements that enrich an area and, in addition to undeniable ecological functions, they represent powerful attractions for tourists. Strategically valuable and ecologically significant water bodies are often simultaneously aesthetic jams in the landscape. For their multiply values, it is clear that planning of their use and protection requires careful and formalized actions in a form of public policies. Spatial purpose area spatial plans in Serbia represent one of the mechanisms for the protection of water resources, but also a tool for bringing added value through their use in the purpose of tourism development. This paper focuses precisely on the review of spatial plans that regulate the use and protection of water resources under constitutional state protection in Serbia. Therefore, the water bodies that are a central element of the spatial plans are the case studies – Uvac Special Nature Reserve (Uvac River and Zlatar, Radoinja and Sjenica reservoirs), Đerdap National Park (Danube River and Đerdap reservoir), Tisa River Multifunctional Ecological Corridor and Vlasina Outstanding Natural Landscape (Vlasina River and Vlasina reservoir). The application of this method is expected to reveal connections between water protection and tourism development. In the other segment, this research addresses nature/water protection and tourism development measures, hence commenting on their synchronization or contradiction. The results have shown that balancing between protection and development remains a challenge where the existence or absence of spatial planning documents does not cause that much damage to water bodies ecological functions as much as negligence of prescribed measures or their misinterpretation. Spatial plans in Serbia are rather united in protection and development measures for protected areas, but still always addressing specifics of each area individually.",
publisher = "Targoviste : Romanian Limnogeographical Association",
journal = "Book of proceedings: 5th International Hybrid Conference Water resources and wetlands, 8-12 September 2021, Tulcea (Romania)",
title = "Spatial Planning in Serbia: Tourism Development Based on Water Bodies in Protected Areas",
pages = "131-143"
}
Pantić, M.,& Milijić, S.. (2021). Spatial Planning in Serbia: Tourism Development Based on Water Bodies in Protected Areas. in Book of proceedings: 5th International Hybrid Conference Water resources and wetlands, 8-12 September 2021, Tulcea (Romania)
Targoviste : Romanian Limnogeographical Association., 131-143.
Pantić M, Milijić S. Spatial Planning in Serbia: Tourism Development Based on Water Bodies in Protected Areas. in Book of proceedings: 5th International Hybrid Conference Water resources and wetlands, 8-12 September 2021, Tulcea (Romania). 2021;:131-143..
Pantić, Marijana, Milijić, Saša, "Spatial Planning in Serbia: Tourism Development Based on Water Bodies in Protected Areas" in Book of proceedings: 5th International Hybrid Conference Water resources and wetlands, 8-12 September 2021, Tulcea (Romania) (2021):131-143.

Tourism Competitiveness Survey Analysis of Serbian Ski Resorts

Pantić, Marijana; Milijić, Saša

(World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 2021)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Pantić, Marijana
AU  - Milijić, Saša
PY  - 2021
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/642
AB  - In Serbia as a continental country, the tourism industry relies on city-break, spa and mountain tourism, where ski resorts have primacy during the winter season. Even though the number of tourists has recently increased, the share of domestic tourists remained predominant. It is also noticed that tourists from Serbia eagerly travel abroad, which was so far researched in the context of summer holidays but not in the framework of ski resorts. Therefore, this paper examines the competitiveness of ski resorts in Serbia from the perspective of domestic tourists. A survey was used as a data collection method, covering various competitiveness dimensions. The aim is to recognize the main motives of consumers when choosing a ski resort in Serbia or abroad. The results showed that the choices of Serbian tourists are predominantly shaped by the cost of an offer – of accommodation above all others. They are attentive by estimating the value for money, which is the most common reason to choose a ski resort abroad over a domestic one. The crowd at ski resorts and ski runs appears to be a result of unbalanced accommodation capacities on the one hand and ski infrastructure on the other, which is currently the most notable competitiveness drawback of ski resorts in Serbia.
PB  - World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology
T2  - International Journal of Social and Business Sciences
T1  - Tourism Competitiveness Survey Analysis of Serbian Ski Resorts
VL  - 15
IS  - 2
SP  - 209
EP  - 215
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Pantić, Marijana and Milijić, Saša",
year = "2021",
abstract = "In Serbia as a continental country, the tourism industry relies on city-break, spa and mountain tourism, where ski resorts have primacy during the winter season. Even though the number of tourists has recently increased, the share of domestic tourists remained predominant. It is also noticed that tourists from Serbia eagerly travel abroad, which was so far researched in the context of summer holidays but not in the framework of ski resorts. Therefore, this paper examines the competitiveness of ski resorts in Serbia from the perspective of domestic tourists. A survey was used as a data collection method, covering various competitiveness dimensions. The aim is to recognize the main motives of consumers when choosing a ski resort in Serbia or abroad. The results showed that the choices of Serbian tourists are predominantly shaped by the cost of an offer – of accommodation above all others. They are attentive by estimating the value for money, which is the most common reason to choose a ski resort abroad over a domestic one. The crowd at ski resorts and ski runs appears to be a result of unbalanced accommodation capacities on the one hand and ski infrastructure on the other, which is currently the most notable competitiveness drawback of ski resorts in Serbia.",
publisher = "World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology",
journal = "International Journal of Social and Business Sciences",
title = "Tourism Competitiveness Survey Analysis of Serbian Ski Resorts",
volume = "15",
number = "2",
pages = "209-215"
}
Pantić, M.,& Milijić, S.. (2021). Tourism Competitiveness Survey Analysis of Serbian Ski Resorts. in International Journal of Social and Business Sciences
World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology., 15(2), 209-215.
Pantić M, Milijić S. Tourism Competitiveness Survey Analysis of Serbian Ski Resorts. in International Journal of Social and Business Sciences. 2021;15(2):209-215..
Pantić, Marijana, Milijić, Saša, "Tourism Competitiveness Survey Analysis of Serbian Ski Resorts" in International Journal of Social and Business Sciences, 15, no. 2 (2021):209-215.

Golija-Studenica Biosphere Reserve (Serbia) as a Driver of Change

Pantić, Marijana; Čolić, Nataša; Milijić, Saša

(2021)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Pantić, Marijana
AU  - Čolić, Nataša
AU  - Milijić, Saša
PY  - 2021
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/638
AB  - n the 50 years since the UNESCO Man and the Biosphere Programme (MAB) was launched, 727 sites in 131 countries have gained the status of biosphere reserve (BR). Golija-Studenica BR belongs to the group of BRs that have been active for the past 20 years. This BR is one of the most prominent protected areas and the first of its kind in Serbia. A balance between biodiversity conservation, as the primary goal of protection, and the promotion of sustainable profitable activities involving diverse actors has yet to be achieved. This research aims to provide a contextual understanding of changes in Golija-Studenica BR and draw lessons for future BR development. It relies on the experiential and practical knowledge of diverse stakeholders, including management bodies, the NGO sector and the local population itself. The methodology is based on a qualitative approach, using semi-structured interviews with open-ended questions. Research results show that the BR model is a subtle, time-reliant driver of change, with some unintentional side-effects. It brings about changes in how protected areas are managed, affects the economic behaviour of the local population, raises awareness about environmental issues, and has an impact on demographic trends and social change.
T2  - eco.mont – Journal on Protected Mountain Areas Research and Management
T1  - Golija-Studenica Biosphere Reserve (Serbia) as a Driver of Change
VL  - 13
IS  - special
SP  - 58
EP  - 69
DO  - 10.1553/eco.mont-13-sis58
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Pantić, Marijana and Čolić, Nataša and Milijić, Saša",
year = "2021",
abstract = "n the 50 years since the UNESCO Man and the Biosphere Programme (MAB) was launched, 727 sites in 131 countries have gained the status of biosphere reserve (BR). Golija-Studenica BR belongs to the group of BRs that have been active for the past 20 years. This BR is one of the most prominent protected areas and the first of its kind in Serbia. A balance between biodiversity conservation, as the primary goal of protection, and the promotion of sustainable profitable activities involving diverse actors has yet to be achieved. This research aims to provide a contextual understanding of changes in Golija-Studenica BR and draw lessons for future BR development. It relies on the experiential and practical knowledge of diverse stakeholders, including management bodies, the NGO sector and the local population itself. The methodology is based on a qualitative approach, using semi-structured interviews with open-ended questions. Research results show that the BR model is a subtle, time-reliant driver of change, with some unintentional side-effects. It brings about changes in how protected areas are managed, affects the economic behaviour of the local population, raises awareness about environmental issues, and has an impact on demographic trends and social change.",
journal = "eco.mont – Journal on Protected Mountain Areas Research and Management",
title = "Golija-Studenica Biosphere Reserve (Serbia) as a Driver of Change",
volume = "13",
number = "special",
pages = "58-69",
doi = "10.1553/eco.mont-13-sis58"
}
Pantić, M., Čolić, N.,& Milijić, S.. (2021). Golija-Studenica Biosphere Reserve (Serbia) as a Driver of Change. in eco.mont – Journal on Protected Mountain Areas Research and Management, 13(special), 58-69.
https://doi.org/10.1553/eco.mont-13-sis58
Pantić M, Čolić N, Milijić S. Golija-Studenica Biosphere Reserve (Serbia) as a Driver of Change. in eco.mont – Journal on Protected Mountain Areas Research and Management. 2021;13(special):58-69.
doi:10.1553/eco.mont-13-sis58 .
Pantić, Marijana, Čolić, Nataša, Milijić, Saša, "Golija-Studenica Biosphere Reserve (Serbia) as a Driver of Change" in eco.mont – Journal on Protected Mountain Areas Research and Management, 13, no. special (2021):58-69,
https://doi.org/10.1553/eco.mont-13-sis58 . .
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Danube River Cruises as a Strategy for Representing Historical Heritage and Developing Cultural Tourism in Serbia

Danilović Hristić, Nataša; Stefanović, Nebojša; Milijić, Saša

(MDPI, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Danilović Hristić, Nataša
AU  - Stefanović, Nebojša
AU  - Milijić, Saša
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/577
AB  - Podunavlje, a region located along the Danube River in Serbia, features a very rich cultural heritage with different notable periods ranging from prehistoric to medieval times. It is also a unique and valuable region with natural beauty. Our research concentrates on this area, using a case study as the methodology. The starting hypothesis is that strategic orientation to develop tourist docks for river cruises and marinas along the corridor of 588 km, at certain locations, primarily in urban centers and near the prominent archaeological sites, will form conditions for the better accessibility and presentation of priceless cultural treasures. By collecting data about various trends in the region and comparing these data with international studies, the authors support the utilization of an integrated method derived from the context of sustainable spatial planning. Such a method would support the creation of suitable conditions for the reconstruction, presentation, and development of creative tourist offerings. The urban plans that regulate these areas must observe and harmonize all aspects, especially the conditions for preserving heritage alongside the need for creating new accompanying content and events that will stimulate the economy and thereby ensure self-preservation and protection. The goal of the strategic analysis presented here is to determine which tourist and cultural offers are effective and thus should be promoted. The purpose of this study is to indicate the steps and required conditions for the implementation of suitable strategies. Apart from decision making on the strategic level and the implementation process, it is necessary to consider further impacts and investigate other possibilities to fully utilize the potential in the region.
PB  - MDPI
T2  - Sustanability
T1  - Danube   River Cruises as a Strategy for Representing Historical Heritage and Developing Cultural Tourism in Serbia
VL  - 12
IS  - 24
SP  - 10297
DO  - 10.3390/su12241029
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Danilović Hristić, Nataša and Stefanović, Nebojša and Milijić, Saša",
year = "2020",
abstract = "Podunavlje, a region located along the Danube River in Serbia, features a very rich cultural heritage with different notable periods ranging from prehistoric to medieval times. It is also a unique and valuable region with natural beauty. Our research concentrates on this area, using a case study as the methodology. The starting hypothesis is that strategic orientation to develop tourist docks for river cruises and marinas along the corridor of 588 km, at certain locations, primarily in urban centers and near the prominent archaeological sites, will form conditions for the better accessibility and presentation of priceless cultural treasures. By collecting data about various trends in the region and comparing these data with international studies, the authors support the utilization of an integrated method derived from the context of sustainable spatial planning. Such a method would support the creation of suitable conditions for the reconstruction, presentation, and development of creative tourist offerings. The urban plans that regulate these areas must observe and harmonize all aspects, especially the conditions for preserving heritage alongside the need for creating new accompanying content and events that will stimulate the economy and thereby ensure self-preservation and protection. The goal of the strategic analysis presented here is to determine which tourist and cultural offers are effective and thus should be promoted. The purpose of this study is to indicate the steps and required conditions for the implementation of suitable strategies. Apart from decision making on the strategic level and the implementation process, it is necessary to consider further impacts and investigate other possibilities to fully utilize the potential in the region.",
publisher = "MDPI",
journal = "Sustanability",
title = "Danube   River Cruises as a Strategy for Representing Historical Heritage and Developing Cultural Tourism in Serbia",
volume = "12",
number = "24",
pages = "10297",
doi = "10.3390/su12241029"
}
Danilović Hristić, N., Stefanović, N.,& Milijić, S.. (2020). Danube   River Cruises as a Strategy for Representing Historical Heritage and Developing Cultural Tourism in Serbia. in Sustanability
MDPI., 12(24), 10297.
https://doi.org/10.3390/su12241029
Danilović Hristić N, Stefanović N, Milijić S. Danube   River Cruises as a Strategy for Representing Historical Heritage and Developing Cultural Tourism in Serbia. in Sustanability. 2020;12(24):10297.
doi:10.3390/su12241029 .
Danilović Hristić, Nataša, Stefanović, Nebojša, Milijić, Saša, "Danube   River Cruises as a Strategy for Representing Historical Heritage and Developing Cultural Tourism in Serbia" in Sustanability, 12, no. 24 (2020):10297,
https://doi.org/10.3390/su12241029 . .

Land Use and Building Regulations: the Case of Spatial Plans for Protected Natural Areas (Serbia)

Pantić, Marijana; Živanović Miljković, Jelena; Milijić, Saša

(University of Niš, Serbia, 2019)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Pantić, Marijana
AU  - Živanović Miljković, Jelena
AU  - Milijić, Saša
PY  - 2019
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/512
AB  - Land use and building regulation within protected natural areas in Serbia is
specific in comparison to areas without this status. Since urban plans define the rules
and conditions limited to urban settlements and locations of national priority (e.g.
tourism resort in natural protected areas), other areas, including significant parts of
protected natural areas, rely on spatial plans, which often contain elements of detailed
urban planning (i.e. regulation and building rules). Preservation of ecologic and
environmental functions is a priority in protected natural areas (particularly in zones
of I and II level of protection), but they are also eligible for controlled development
purposes in zone of III level of protection. Due to large distance from administrative
centre and institutions responsible for building inspection, it is not rare case in Serbia
that illegal building in protected areas makes them more exposed to illegal actions.
Therefore, this paper focuses on the role of spatial plans in balancing between land
use and building in protected natural areas on the one hand and nature protection on
the other hand. In-depth analysis of chosen spatial plans, here is given a comprehensive
review of building and land use postulates, regulations and different levels of protection
applied in spatial planning. Starting from the Spatial Plan of the Republic of Serbia 2010-
2020, analysis gives a major significance to four special purpose area spatial plans of
different kind: Gornje Podunavlje Special Nature Reserve, Tisa River Multifunctional
Ecological Corridor, Kopaonik National Park and Vlasina Landscape of Exceptional
Features. Finally, there is shown diversity and systematisation of existing measures, and
contribution to understanding of challenges and recommendations on future
improvements of methodology in planning and implementation of plans in order to
enhance balance between development and protection.
PB  - University of Niš, Serbia
T2  - Facta Universitatis, Series: Architecture and Civil Engineering Vol. 17, No 2, 2019
T1  - Land Use and Building Regulations: the Case of Spatial Plans for Protected Natural Areas (Serbia)
VL  - 17
IS  - 2
SP  - 173
EP  - 187
DO  - 10.2298/FUACE190315010P
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Pantić, Marijana and Živanović Miljković, Jelena and Milijić, Saša",
year = "2019",
abstract = "Land use and building regulation within protected natural areas in Serbia is
specific in comparison to areas without this status. Since urban plans define the rules
and conditions limited to urban settlements and locations of national priority (e.g.
tourism resort in natural protected areas), other areas, including significant parts of
protected natural areas, rely on spatial plans, which often contain elements of detailed
urban planning (i.e. regulation and building rules). Preservation of ecologic and
environmental functions is a priority in protected natural areas (particularly in zones
of I and II level of protection), but they are also eligible for controlled development
purposes in zone of III level of protection. Due to large distance from administrative
centre and institutions responsible for building inspection, it is not rare case in Serbia
that illegal building in protected areas makes them more exposed to illegal actions.
Therefore, this paper focuses on the role of spatial plans in balancing between land
use and building in protected natural areas on the one hand and nature protection on
the other hand. In-depth analysis of chosen spatial plans, here is given a comprehensive
review of building and land use postulates, regulations and different levels of protection
applied in spatial planning. Starting from the Spatial Plan of the Republic of Serbia 2010-
2020, analysis gives a major significance to four special purpose area spatial plans of
different kind: Gornje Podunavlje Special Nature Reserve, Tisa River Multifunctional
Ecological Corridor, Kopaonik National Park and Vlasina Landscape of Exceptional
Features. Finally, there is shown diversity and systematisation of existing measures, and
contribution to understanding of challenges and recommendations on future
improvements of methodology in planning and implementation of plans in order to
enhance balance between development and protection.",
publisher = "University of Niš, Serbia",
journal = "Facta Universitatis, Series: Architecture and Civil Engineering Vol. 17, No 2, 2019",
title = "Land Use and Building Regulations: the Case of Spatial Plans for Protected Natural Areas (Serbia)",
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number = "2",
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}
Pantić, M., Živanović Miljković, J.,& Milijić, S.. (2019). Land Use and Building Regulations: the Case of Spatial Plans for Protected Natural Areas (Serbia). in Facta Universitatis, Series: Architecture and Civil Engineering Vol. 17, No 2, 2019
University of Niš, Serbia., 17(2), 173-187.
https://doi.org/10.2298/FUACE190315010P
Pantić M, Živanović Miljković J, Milijić S. Land Use and Building Regulations: the Case of Spatial Plans for Protected Natural Areas (Serbia). in Facta Universitatis, Series: Architecture and Civil Engineering Vol. 17, No 2, 2019. 2019;17(2):173-187.
doi:10.2298/FUACE190315010P .
Pantić, Marijana, Živanović Miljković, Jelena, Milijić, Saša, "Land Use and Building Regulations: the Case of Spatial Plans for Protected Natural Areas (Serbia)" in Facta Universitatis, Series: Architecture and Civil Engineering Vol. 17, No 2, 2019, 17, no. 2 (2019):173-187,
https://doi.org/10.2298/FUACE190315010P . .
2

Sustainable Development of Mountain Resorts - Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Options and Necessity for Replanning in Serbian Mountains

Milijić, Saša; Pantić, Marijana; Josimović, Boško; Bezbradica, Ljubiša

(2019)

TY  - GEN
AU  - Milijić, Saša
AU  - Pantić, Marijana
AU  - Josimović, Boško
AU  - Bezbradica, Ljubiša
PY  - 2019
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/522
AB  - An integrated approach in spatial and environmental planning in European countries is one of the leading principles when it comes to development strategies. The approach is embedded in the institutional-organizational models that strive to coordinate multiple roles of planning (economic, environmental and social) and to approach closer to the territorial cohesion, particularly on vulnerable territories such as mountains and nature protected areas. The Alpine region is one of the most comprehensively analysed mountain areas in Europe, including research topics such as mountain resorts in a context of climate change and nature preservation.
Following this context, the poster aims to present several tourism resorts positioned in nature protected areas of Serbia. A trajectory of their development through time will be considered in light of their relation to climate change: climate change impact on tourism resorts, but also mitigation and adaptation measures taken in order to decrease development impacts on the environment through replanning activities. It is also expected to accentuate the way planning for mountain areas aims to consolidate conflicts between development and environmental protection/preservation, and how far planers have succeeded in it using legislative and spatial plans as tools. In conclusion, the analysis of few mountain tourism centres of national and international importance (e.g. Kopaonik, Stara Planina, Brezovica) will showcase recommendations for improved balancing between development and preservation according to international norms (e.g. IUCN), understanding on capacities of a particular space and an extent to which the capacities should be used in order to provide not only tourism development but also decent life quality for the local population.
T2  - International Mountain Conference, Innsbruck, 08-12 September 2019
T1  - Sustainable Development of Mountain Resorts - Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Options and Necessity for Replanning in Serbian Mountains
ER  - 
@misc{
author = "Milijić, Saša and Pantić, Marijana and Josimović, Boško and Bezbradica, Ljubiša",
year = "2019",
abstract = "An integrated approach in spatial and environmental planning in European countries is one of the leading principles when it comes to development strategies. The approach is embedded in the institutional-organizational models that strive to coordinate multiple roles of planning (economic, environmental and social) and to approach closer to the territorial cohesion, particularly on vulnerable territories such as mountains and nature protected areas. The Alpine region is one of the most comprehensively analysed mountain areas in Europe, including research topics such as mountain resorts in a context of climate change and nature preservation.
Following this context, the poster aims to present several tourism resorts positioned in nature protected areas of Serbia. A trajectory of their development through time will be considered in light of their relation to climate change: climate change impact on tourism resorts, but also mitigation and adaptation measures taken in order to decrease development impacts on the environment through replanning activities. It is also expected to accentuate the way planning for mountain areas aims to consolidate conflicts between development and environmental protection/preservation, and how far planers have succeeded in it using legislative and spatial plans as tools. In conclusion, the analysis of few mountain tourism centres of national and international importance (e.g. Kopaonik, Stara Planina, Brezovica) will showcase recommendations for improved balancing between development and preservation according to international norms (e.g. IUCN), understanding on capacities of a particular space and an extent to which the capacities should be used in order to provide not only tourism development but also decent life quality for the local population.",
journal = "International Mountain Conference, Innsbruck, 08-12 September 2019",
title = "Sustainable Development of Mountain Resorts - Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Options and Necessity for Replanning in Serbian Mountains"
}
Milijić, S., Pantić, M., Josimović, B.,& Bezbradica, L.. (2019). Sustainable Development of Mountain Resorts - Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Options and Necessity for Replanning in Serbian Mountains. in International Mountain Conference, Innsbruck, 08-12 September 2019.
Milijić S, Pantić M, Josimović B, Bezbradica L. Sustainable Development of Mountain Resorts - Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Options and Necessity for Replanning in Serbian Mountains. in International Mountain Conference, Innsbruck, 08-12 September 2019. 2019;..
Milijić, Saša, Pantić, Marijana, Josimović, Boško, Bezbradica, Ljubiša, "Sustainable Development of Mountain Resorts - Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Options and Necessity for Replanning in Serbian Mountains" in International Mountain Conference, Innsbruck, 08-12 September 2019 (2019).

Sustainable Development of Mountain Resorts - Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Options and Necessity for Replanning in Serbian Mountains

Milijić, Saša; Pantić, Marijana; Josimović, Boško; Bezbradica, Ljubiša

(Innsbruck : University of Innsbruck, 2019)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Milijić, Saša
AU  - Pantić, Marijana
AU  - Josimović, Boško
AU  - Bezbradica, Ljubiša
PY  - 2019
UR  - https://www.uibk.ac.at/congress/imc2019/program/3.2.a.html.en
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/510
AB  - An integrated approach in spatial and environmental planning in European countries is one of the leading principles when it comes to development strategies. The approach is embedded in the institutional-organizational models that strive to coordinate multiple roles of planning (economic, environmental and social) and to approach closer to the territorial cohesion, particularly on vulnerable territories such as mountains and nature protected areas. The Alpine region is one of the most comprehensively analysed mountain areas in Europe, including research topics such as mountain resorts in a context of climate change and nature preservation.

Following this context, the poster aims to present several tourism resorts positioned in nature protected areas of Serbia. A trajectory of their development through time will be considered in light of their relation to climate change: climate change impact on tourism resorts, but also mitigation and adaptation measures taken in order to decrease development impacts on the environment through replanning activities. It is also expected to accentuate the way planning for mountain areas aims to consolidate conflicts between development and environmental protection/preservation, and how far planers have succeeded in it using legislative and spatial plans as tools. In conclusion, the analysis of few mountain tourism centres of national and international importance (e.g. Kopaonik, Stara Planina, Brezovica) will showcase recommendations for improved balancing between development and preservation according to international norms (e.g. IUCN), understanding on capacities of a particular space and an extent to which the capacities should be used in order to provide not only tourism development but also decent life quality for the local population.
PB  - Innsbruck : University of Innsbruck
C3  - International Mountain Conference, Innsbruck, 08-12 September 2019 - Abstracts
T1  - Sustainable Development of Mountain Resorts - Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Options and Necessity for Replanning in Serbian Mountains
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Milijić, Saša and Pantić, Marijana and Josimović, Boško and Bezbradica, Ljubiša",
year = "2019",
abstract = "An integrated approach in spatial and environmental planning in European countries is one of the leading principles when it comes to development strategies. The approach is embedded in the institutional-organizational models that strive to coordinate multiple roles of planning (economic, environmental and social) and to approach closer to the territorial cohesion, particularly on vulnerable territories such as mountains and nature protected areas. The Alpine region is one of the most comprehensively analysed mountain areas in Europe, including research topics such as mountain resorts in a context of climate change and nature preservation.

Following this context, the poster aims to present several tourism resorts positioned in nature protected areas of Serbia. A trajectory of their development through time will be considered in light of their relation to climate change: climate change impact on tourism resorts, but also mitigation and adaptation measures taken in order to decrease development impacts on the environment through replanning activities. It is also expected to accentuate the way planning for mountain areas aims to consolidate conflicts between development and environmental protection/preservation, and how far planers have succeeded in it using legislative and spatial plans as tools. In conclusion, the analysis of few mountain tourism centres of national and international importance (e.g. Kopaonik, Stara Planina, Brezovica) will showcase recommendations for improved balancing between development and preservation according to international norms (e.g. IUCN), understanding on capacities of a particular space and an extent to which the capacities should be used in order to provide not only tourism development but also decent life quality for the local population.",
publisher = "Innsbruck : University of Innsbruck",
journal = "International Mountain Conference, Innsbruck, 08-12 September 2019 - Abstracts",
title = "Sustainable Development of Mountain Resorts - Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Options and Necessity for Replanning in Serbian Mountains"
}
Milijić, S., Pantić, M., Josimović, B.,& Bezbradica, L.. (2019). Sustainable Development of Mountain Resorts - Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Options and Necessity for Replanning in Serbian Mountains. in International Mountain Conference, Innsbruck, 08-12 September 2019 - Abstracts
Innsbruck : University of Innsbruck..
Milijić S, Pantić M, Josimović B, Bezbradica L. Sustainable Development of Mountain Resorts - Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Options and Necessity for Replanning in Serbian Mountains. in International Mountain Conference, Innsbruck, 08-12 September 2019 - Abstracts. 2019;..
Milijić, Saša, Pantić, Marijana, Josimović, Boško, Bezbradica, Ljubiša, "Sustainable Development of Mountain Resorts - Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Options and Necessity for Replanning in Serbian Mountains" in International Mountain Conference, Innsbruck, 08-12 September 2019 - Abstracts (2019).

Relations between Mountain Tourism, Demographic Structure and Employment at Local Level in Serbia

Pantić, Marijana; Milijić, Saša

(Vrnjačka Banja : University of Kragujevac, Faculty of Hotel Management and Tourism in Vrnjačka Banja, 2019)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Pantić, Marijana
AU  - Milijić, Saša
PY  - 2019
UR  - http://www.tisc.rs/proceedings/index.php/hitmc/issue/view/7/The%20Fourth%20International%20Scientific%20Conference%20-%20TOURISM%20IN%20FUNCTION%20OF%20DEVELOPMENT%20OF%20THE%20REPUBLIC%20OF%20SERBIA%20-%20Tourism%20as%20a%20Generator%20of%20Employment%20-%20Thematic%20Proceedings%20I
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/520
AB  - Mountain areas have various functions. The matter is prevailingly about their environmental values because geographically induced isolation of mountains makes them more difficult in terms of accessibility and intensive settling, which again have negative impact on their economic development. As literature stresses that tourism is one of the major means for economic diversification and activation of depopulated mountain areas, this research deals with trends and mutual relations between a basic demographic structure in mountain areas, employment and tourism at the local level. A set of representative variables from the field of demographics, employment and tourism are firstly analysed regarding recent ten-year trends and finally tested in their mutual dependence through a correlation analysis. The paper brings the whole range of
results, but the main ones prove that there is a relation between population size, ageing index, a share of tourists and share of domestic tourists in mountain units of self-governance (municipalities or cities).
PB  - Vrnjačka Banja : University of Kragujevac, Faculty of Hotel Management and Tourism in Vrnjačka Banja
C3  - 4th International Scientific Conference: Tourism in Function of Development of the Republic of Serbia - Tourism as a Generator of Employment, 30May-1June 2019, Vrnjačka Banja, Serbia
T1  - Relations between Mountain Tourism, Demographic Structure and Employment at Local Level in Serbia
VL  - 4
IS  - 1
SP  - 148
EP  - 164
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Pantić, Marijana and Milijić, Saša",
year = "2019",
abstract = "Mountain areas have various functions. The matter is prevailingly about their environmental values because geographically induced isolation of mountains makes them more difficult in terms of accessibility and intensive settling, which again have negative impact on their economic development. As literature stresses that tourism is one of the major means for economic diversification and activation of depopulated mountain areas, this research deals with trends and mutual relations between a basic demographic structure in mountain areas, employment and tourism at the local level. A set of representative variables from the field of demographics, employment and tourism are firstly analysed regarding recent ten-year trends and finally tested in their mutual dependence through a correlation analysis. The paper brings the whole range of
results, but the main ones prove that there is a relation between population size, ageing index, a share of tourists and share of domestic tourists in mountain units of self-governance (municipalities or cities).",
publisher = "Vrnjačka Banja : University of Kragujevac, Faculty of Hotel Management and Tourism in Vrnjačka Banja",
journal = "4th International Scientific Conference: Tourism in Function of Development of the Republic of Serbia - Tourism as a Generator of Employment, 30May-1June 2019, Vrnjačka Banja, Serbia",
title = "Relations between Mountain Tourism, Demographic Structure and Employment at Local Level in Serbia",
volume = "4",
number = "1",
pages = "148-164"
}
Pantić, M.,& Milijić, S.. (2019). Relations between Mountain Tourism, Demographic Structure and Employment at Local Level in Serbia. in 4th International Scientific Conference: Tourism in Function of Development of the Republic of Serbia - Tourism as a Generator of Employment, 30May-1June 2019, Vrnjačka Banja, Serbia
Vrnjačka Banja : University of Kragujevac, Faculty of Hotel Management and Tourism in Vrnjačka Banja., 4(1), 148-164.
Pantić M, Milijić S. Relations between Mountain Tourism, Demographic Structure and Employment at Local Level in Serbia. in 4th International Scientific Conference: Tourism in Function of Development of the Republic of Serbia - Tourism as a Generator of Employment, 30May-1June 2019, Vrnjačka Banja, Serbia. 2019;4(1):148-164..
Pantić, Marijana, Milijić, Saša, "Relations between Mountain Tourism, Demographic Structure and Employment at Local Level in Serbia" in 4th International Scientific Conference: Tourism in Function of Development of the Republic of Serbia - Tourism as a Generator of Employment, 30May-1June 2019, Vrnjačka Banja, Serbia, 4, no. 1 (2019):148-164.

City of Belgrade: Between Reality and the European Green Capital

Pantić, Marijana; Nenković-Riznić, Marina; Milijić, Saša

(Athens Institute for Education and Research, 2019)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Pantić, Marijana
AU  - Nenković-Riznić, Marina
AU  - Milijić, Saša
PY  - 2019
UR  - https://www.atiner.gr/abstracts/2019ABST-PLA.pdf
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/511
AB  - Internationally granted and recognized awards, that a city could win,
represent humongous capital for the city itself but also for the entire state.
Starting from the support for improvement and empowerment of certain
aspects, all the way to boosting number of tourists, a nomination process
brings entire series of direct and indirect benefits. One of such awards is
the European Green Capital that requires, similar to other competitions of
that kind, serious preparation process and significant fulfilment of
preconditions. Judging by the documents prepared by or in cooperation
with the Belgrade city Secretariat for Environmental Protection,
environmental filed is one of the most covered when it comes to the city
development. However, qualities of a green capital depend on
substantially more complex set of factors than just an active engagement
of an institution or a sector. In addition, Belgrade differentiates from the
cities that have been awarded the European Green City title so far for
being a non-EU city and for still undergoing an intense urban
transformation followed by economic challenges – characteristic for
transitional countries.
In September 2018, the Mayor of Belgrade signed an agreement letter
with the Mayor of Ljubljana (the European Green Capital for 2016), thus
establishing official cooperation in experience and knowledge exchange
on the matter of nomination and winning the Green Capital title.
Therefore, the main focus of this article will be review of current state of
Belgrade‘s environmental qualities and other preconditions necessary for
the European Green City competition nomination. Indicating the
difference between where it currently is and where it should be, the
results are expected to help in the Belgrade‘s nomination process, but also
to be an example for any other European city with the similar ambition.
PB  - Athens Institute for Education and Research
C3  - 9th Annual International Conference on Urban Studies & Planning, 3-6 June 2019, Athens, Greece: Abstract Book
T1  - City of Belgrade: Between Reality and the European Green Capital
SP  - 42
EP  - 42
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Pantić, Marijana and Nenković-Riznić, Marina and Milijić, Saša",
year = "2019",
abstract = "Internationally granted and recognized awards, that a city could win,
represent humongous capital for the city itself but also for the entire state.
Starting from the support for improvement and empowerment of certain
aspects, all the way to boosting number of tourists, a nomination process
brings entire series of direct and indirect benefits. One of such awards is
the European Green Capital that requires, similar to other competitions of
that kind, serious preparation process and significant fulfilment of
preconditions. Judging by the documents prepared by or in cooperation
with the Belgrade city Secretariat for Environmental Protection,
environmental filed is one of the most covered when it comes to the city
development. However, qualities of a green capital depend on
substantially more complex set of factors than just an active engagement
of an institution or a sector. In addition, Belgrade differentiates from the
cities that have been awarded the European Green City title so far for
being a non-EU city and for still undergoing an intense urban
transformation followed by economic challenges – characteristic for
transitional countries.
In September 2018, the Mayor of Belgrade signed an agreement letter
with the Mayor of Ljubljana (the European Green Capital for 2016), thus
establishing official cooperation in experience and knowledge exchange
on the matter of nomination and winning the Green Capital title.
Therefore, the main focus of this article will be review of current state of
Belgrade‘s environmental qualities and other preconditions necessary for
the European Green City competition nomination. Indicating the
difference between where it currently is and where it should be, the
results are expected to help in the Belgrade‘s nomination process, but also
to be an example for any other European city with the similar ambition.",
publisher = "Athens Institute for Education and Research",
journal = "9th Annual International Conference on Urban Studies & Planning, 3-6 June 2019, Athens, Greece: Abstract Book",
title = "City of Belgrade: Between Reality and the European Green Capital",
pages = "42-42"
}
Pantić, M., Nenković-Riznić, M.,& Milijić, S.. (2019). City of Belgrade: Between Reality and the European Green Capital. in 9th Annual International Conference on Urban Studies & Planning, 3-6 June 2019, Athens, Greece: Abstract Book
Athens Institute for Education and Research., 42-42.
Pantić M, Nenković-Riznić M, Milijić S. City of Belgrade: Between Reality and the European Green Capital. in 9th Annual International Conference on Urban Studies & Planning, 3-6 June 2019, Athens, Greece: Abstract Book. 2019;:42-42..
Pantić, Marijana, Nenković-Riznić, Marina, Milijić, Saša, "City of Belgrade: Between Reality and the European Green Capital" in 9th Annual International Conference on Urban Studies & Planning, 3-6 June 2019, Athens, Greece: Abstract Book (2019):42-42.

Mogućnosti unapređenja upravljanja planinskim područjima i zaštitom životne sredine

Pantić, Marijana; Milijić, Saša

(Beograd : Asocijacija prostornih planera Srbije, 2019)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Pantić, Marijana
AU  - Milijić, Saša
PY  - 2019
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/538
AB  - U odnosu na najnaseljenije delove planete – priobalni pojas, i značajno naseljene ravnice –
planinska područja predstavljaju specifične prostorne celine, kako po svojoj demografskoj i socioekonomskoj osobenosti, tako i po prirodnim odlikama. Karakterističnost njihove morfologije – otežana pristupačnost koja često povlači i izolovanost – zapravo predstavlja prednost za očuvanje ekosistema i životne sredine.
Ovaj rad pozicionira Srbiju u evropskom kontekstu upravljanja planinskim područjima i zaštitom
životne sredine u okviru planinskih područja. Za cilj ima isticanje prednosti sistema koji već postoji u Srbiji, ali pre svega njegove nedostatke i mogućnosti da u budućnosti budu unapređeni kroz praksu prostornog planiranja. Upravljanje je tema koja prevazilazi nadležnosti samog regionalnog planiranja, tako da su u radu predložene i izmene šireg sistema.
Metodološki se rad bazira na analizi primera Srbije u okviru strukture elemenata upravljanja planinskim područjima u Evropi. Ta struktura, pa samim tim i ciljano istraživanje ovog rada, obuhvata: zakonodavstvo, institucionalizaciju, finansijsko upravljanje, strateško i prostorno planiranje, i učešće lokalnih zajednica.
PB  - Beograd : Asocijacija prostornih planera Srbije
PB  - Beograd : Geografski fakultet Univerziteta u Beogradu
C3  - Zbornik radova: X naučno-stručni skup sa međunarodnim učešćem "Planska i normativna zaštita prostora i životne sredine", 9-11. maj, Palić, Srbija
T1  - Mogućnosti unapređenja upravljanja planinskim područjima i zaštitom životne sredine
SP  - 195
EP  - 202
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Pantić, Marijana and Milijić, Saša",
year = "2019",
abstract = "U odnosu na najnaseljenije delove planete – priobalni pojas, i značajno naseljene ravnice –
planinska područja predstavljaju specifične prostorne celine, kako po svojoj demografskoj i socioekonomskoj osobenosti, tako i po prirodnim odlikama. Karakterističnost njihove morfologije – otežana pristupačnost koja često povlači i izolovanost – zapravo predstavlja prednost za očuvanje ekosistema i životne sredine.
Ovaj rad pozicionira Srbiju u evropskom kontekstu upravljanja planinskim područjima i zaštitom
životne sredine u okviru planinskih područja. Za cilj ima isticanje prednosti sistema koji već postoji u Srbiji, ali pre svega njegove nedostatke i mogućnosti da u budućnosti budu unapređeni kroz praksu prostornog planiranja. Upravljanje je tema koja prevazilazi nadležnosti samog regionalnog planiranja, tako da su u radu predložene i izmene šireg sistema.
Metodološki se rad bazira na analizi primera Srbije u okviru strukture elemenata upravljanja planinskim područjima u Evropi. Ta struktura, pa samim tim i ciljano istraživanje ovog rada, obuhvata: zakonodavstvo, institucionalizaciju, finansijsko upravljanje, strateško i prostorno planiranje, i učešće lokalnih zajednica.",
publisher = "Beograd : Asocijacija prostornih planera Srbije, Beograd : Geografski fakultet Univerziteta u Beogradu",
journal = "Zbornik radova: X naučno-stručni skup sa međunarodnim učešćem "Planska i normativna zaštita prostora i životne sredine", 9-11. maj, Palić, Srbija",
title = "Mogućnosti unapređenja upravljanja planinskim područjima i zaštitom životne sredine",
pages = "195-202"
}
Pantić, M.,& Milijić, S.. (2019). Mogućnosti unapređenja upravljanja planinskim područjima i zaštitom životne sredine. in Zbornik radova: X naučno-stručni skup sa međunarodnim učešćem "Planska i normativna zaštita prostora i životne sredine", 9-11. maj, Palić, Srbija
Beograd : Asocijacija prostornih planera Srbije., 195-202.
Pantić M, Milijić S. Mogućnosti unapređenja upravljanja planinskim područjima i zaštitom životne sredine. in Zbornik radova: X naučno-stručni skup sa međunarodnim učešćem "Planska i normativna zaštita prostora i životne sredine", 9-11. maj, Palić, Srbija. 2019;:195-202..
Pantić, Marijana, Milijić, Saša, "Mogućnosti unapređenja upravljanja planinskim područjima i zaštitom životne sredine" in Zbornik radova: X naučno-stručni skup sa međunarodnim učešćem "Planska i normativna zaštita prostora i životne sredine", 9-11. maj, Palić, Srbija (2019):195-202.

Role of Spatial Planning in Managing Mountain Areas in Serbia and other European Countries

Pantić, Marijana; Milijić, Saša; Djordjević, Dejan S.

(Macedonian Geographical Society, 2019)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Pantić, Marijana
AU  - Milijić, Saša
AU  - Djordjević, Dejan S.
PY  - 2019
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/526
AB  - In comparison to densely populated coastal areas and lowlands, geomorphological configuration of mountain areas makes them specific in various aspects. However, not all European mountain countries recognize the specifics of their mountain areas in the same way, if at all, in spite of their exceptional value. A decade after the 2002 – International Year on Mountains, the focus has been shifted away from these areas. Therefore, this article brings back the topic of Serbian and other European mounting areas in the focus, by reviewing so far developed management tools whose future improvements could enforce their development, secure primary values and make them more competitive. The particular attention is given to spatial planning as a comprehensive development tool. The article presents a short review of major European management paradigms that have been developed so far, with particular insight into the system developed in Serbia. The data analysed here origin from literature and interviews that have been conducted with representatives of ministries and local government in Serbia.
Different paradigms are compared and discussed in light of theoretical stands on integrative approach, planning horizons, cooperation, participation and elements in a planning cycle. The aim was to embrace examples from largest European mountain massifs such as Alps, Pyrenees, Carpathians and Balkan Mountains. As the result, here are indicated possibilities and need for specific tools in spatial planning and management of mountain areas. The advantages and differences in approaches are accentuated, thus creating a foundation for further learning and improvements of a management system and spatial planning for mountain areas as entities
of special characteristics and special needs.
PB  - Macedonian Geographical Society
C3  - International Scientific Symposium "New Trends in Geography" - Book of Proceedings, 3-4 October, Ohrid, North Macedonia
T1  - Role of Spatial Planning in Managing Mountain Areas in Serbia and other European Countries
SP  - 373
EP  - 385
ER  - 
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Different paradigms are compared and discussed in light of theoretical stands on integrative approach, planning horizons, cooperation, participation and elements in a planning cycle. The aim was to embrace examples from largest European mountain massifs such as Alps, Pyrenees, Carpathians and Balkan Mountains. As the result, here are indicated possibilities and need for specific tools in spatial planning and management of mountain areas. The advantages and differences in approaches are accentuated, thus creating a foundation for further learning and improvements of a management system and spatial planning for mountain areas as entities
of special characteristics and special needs.",
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Pantić, M., Milijić, S.,& Djordjević, D. S.. (2019). Role of Spatial Planning in Managing Mountain Areas in Serbia and other European Countries. in International Scientific Symposium "New Trends in Geography" - Book of Proceedings, 3-4 October, Ohrid, North Macedonia
Macedonian Geographical Society., 373-385.
Pantić M, Milijić S, Djordjević DS. Role of Spatial Planning in Managing Mountain Areas in Serbia and other European Countries. in International Scientific Symposium "New Trends in Geography" - Book of Proceedings, 3-4 October, Ohrid, North Macedonia. 2019;:373-385..
Pantić, Marijana, Milijić, Saša, Djordjević, Dejan S., "Role of Spatial Planning in Managing Mountain Areas in Serbia and other European Countries" in International Scientific Symposium "New Trends in Geography" - Book of Proceedings, 3-4 October, Ohrid, North Macedonia (2019):373-385.

Demographic Change in Serbian Mountain Areas - Trends, Characteristics and Pressures

Pantić, Marijana; Milijić, Saša

(2019)

TY  - GEN
AU  - Pantić, Marijana
AU  - Milijić, Saša
PY  - 2019
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/523
AB  - This poster is going to show the transformation of population trends and structures in Serbian mountain areas and classify them by overlapping different criteria of demographic change. Several elements of demographic change will be analysed and graphically presented, based on data from census years: population growth rate, birth rate, and share of young (0-14), working age population (15-64) and of elderly population (65 and more). An effort will be given to interpretation of migrations, although available data are limited. Comparison between trends of these indicators and trend of total population number and density will serve to explain the demographic change type and characteristics in case of Serbian mountain population. In addition, the poster will present territorial differences in the country and within the mountain area, aiming to conclude on spatial pressures that demographic changes bring and on necessary changes required in order to mitigate impacts.
T2  - International Mountain Conference, Innsbruck, 08-12 September 2019
T1  - Demographic Change in Serbian Mountain Areas - Trends, Characteristics and Pressures
ER  - 
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Pantić, M.,& Milijić, S.. (2019). Demographic Change in Serbian Mountain Areas - Trends, Characteristics and Pressures. in International Mountain Conference, Innsbruck, 08-12 September 2019.
Pantić M, Milijić S. Demographic Change in Serbian Mountain Areas - Trends, Characteristics and Pressures. in International Mountain Conference, Innsbruck, 08-12 September 2019. 2019;..
Pantić, Marijana, Milijić, Saša, "Demographic Change in Serbian Mountain Areas - Trends, Characteristics and Pressures" in International Mountain Conference, Innsbruck, 08-12 September 2019 (2019).

Demographic Change in Serbian Mountain Areas - Trends, Characteristics and Pressures

Pantić, Marijana; Milijić, Saša

(Innsbruck : University of Innsbruck, 2019)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Pantić, Marijana
AU  - Milijić, Saša
PY  - 2019
UR  - https://www.uibk.ac.at/congress/imc2019/program/1-3-b.html.en
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/509
AB  - Since the beginning of 1980s, population age structure in Serbia has started to transform “in favour” of elderly population, while total population number in rural areas has started to decrease. Being a consequence of decreasing birth rates and extensive rural-urban migration, mountain areas, especially villages, became the most influenced and vulnerable area when it comes to demographic trends, structure and future.

The Workshop presentation is going to indicate the basics of transformation of population trends and structures in Serbian mountain areas. Several elements of demographic change will be presented: population growth rate, birth rate, and share of young (0-14), working age population (15-64) and of elderly population (65 and more). An effort will be given to interpretation of migrations, although available data are limited. Comparison between trends of these indicators and trend of total population number and density will serve to explain the demographic change type and characteristics in case of Serbian mountain population. In conclusion, will be addressed spatial pressures that demographic changes bring and on necessary changes required in order to mitigate impacts.
PB  - Innsbruck : University of Innsbruck
C3  - International Mountain Conference, Innsbruck, 08-12 September 2019 - Abstracts
T1  - Demographic Change in Serbian Mountain Areas - Trends, Characteristics and Pressures
ER  - 
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author = "Pantić, Marijana and Milijić, Saša",
year = "2019",
abstract = "Since the beginning of 1980s, population age structure in Serbia has started to transform “in favour” of elderly population, while total population number in rural areas has started to decrease. Being a consequence of decreasing birth rates and extensive rural-urban migration, mountain areas, especially villages, became the most influenced and vulnerable area when it comes to demographic trends, structure and future.

The Workshop presentation is going to indicate the basics of transformation of population trends and structures in Serbian mountain areas. Several elements of demographic change will be presented: population growth rate, birth rate, and share of young (0-14), working age population (15-64) and of elderly population (65 and more). An effort will be given to interpretation of migrations, although available data are limited. Comparison between trends of these indicators and trend of total population number and density will serve to explain the demographic change type and characteristics in case of Serbian mountain population. In conclusion, will be addressed spatial pressures that demographic changes bring and on necessary changes required in order to mitigate impacts.",
publisher = "Innsbruck : University of Innsbruck",
journal = "International Mountain Conference, Innsbruck, 08-12 September 2019 - Abstracts",
title = "Demographic Change in Serbian Mountain Areas - Trends, Characteristics and Pressures"
}
Pantić, M.,& Milijić, S.. (2019). Demographic Change in Serbian Mountain Areas - Trends, Characteristics and Pressures. in International Mountain Conference, Innsbruck, 08-12 September 2019 - Abstracts
Innsbruck : University of Innsbruck..
Pantić M, Milijić S. Demographic Change in Serbian Mountain Areas - Trends, Characteristics and Pressures. in International Mountain Conference, Innsbruck, 08-12 September 2019 - Abstracts. 2019;..
Pantić, Marijana, Milijić, Saša, "Demographic Change in Serbian Mountain Areas - Trends, Characteristics and Pressures" in International Mountain Conference, Innsbruck, 08-12 September 2019 - Abstracts (2019).

Methodological Approach to the Elaboration and Implementation of the Spatial-Urban Plan for the Special Purpose Area: Case-Study of Infrastructure Corridor of Highway E-80, Section Nis-Merdare, Serbia

Stefanović, Nebojša; Milijić, Saša; Danilović Hristić, Nataša

(Mumbai, India : ICEPUP, 2019)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Stefanović, Nebojša
AU  - Milijić, Saša
AU  - Danilović Hristić, Nataša
PY  - 2019
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/502
AB  - Spatial plan of the special purpose area constitutes a
basic tool in the planning of infrastructure corridor of a highway.
The aim of the plan is to define the planning basis and provision of
spatial conditions for the construction and operation of the
highway, as well as for developing other infrastructure systems in
the corridor. This paper presents a methodology and approach to
the preparation of the Spatial Plan for the special purpose area for
the infrastructure corridor of the highway E-80, Section Niš-
Merdare in Serbia. The applied methodological approach is based
on the combined application of the integrative and participatory
method in the decision-making process on the sustainable
development of the highway corridor. It was found that, for the
planning and management of the infrastructure corridor, a key
problem is coordination of spatial and urban planning, strategic
environmental assessment and sectoral traffic planning and
designing. Through the development of the plan, special attention
is focused on increasing the accessibility of the local and regional
surrounding, reducing the adverse impacts on the development of
settlements and the economy, protection of natural resources,
natural and cultural heritage, and the development of other
infrastructure systems in the corridor of the highway. As a result of
the applied methodology, this paper analyzes the basic features
such as coverage, the concept, protected zones, service facilities
and objects, the rules of development and construction, etc. Special
emphasis is placed to methodology and results of the Strategic
Environmental Assessment of the Spatial Plan, and to the
importance of protection measures, with the special significance of
air and noise protection measures. For evaluation in the Strategic
Environmental Assessment, a multicriteria expert evaluation (semiquantitative method) of planned solutions was used in relation to
the set of goals and relevant indicators, based on the basic set of
indicators of sustainable development. Evaluation of planned
solutions encompassed the significance and size, spatial conditions
and probability of the impact of planned solutions on the
environment, and the defined goals of strategic assessment. The
framework of implementation of the Spatial Plan is presented,
which is determined for simultaneous elaboration of planning
solutions at two levels: the strategic level of spatial plan and
detailed urban plan level. It is also analyzed the relationship of the
Spatial Plan to other applicable planning documents for the
planning area. The effects of this methodological approach relate to
enabling integrated planning of the sustainable development of the
infrastructure corridor of the highway and its surrounding area,
through coordination of spatial, urban and sectoral traffic planning
and design, as well as the participation of all key actors in the
adoption and implementation of planned decisions. By the
conclusions of the paper it is pointed to direction for further
research, particularly in terms of harmonizing methodology of
Nebojsa Stefanovic PhD, is with Institute of Architecture and Urban &
Spatial Planning of Serbia, Serbia (e-mail: nebojsa@iaus.ac.rs).
planning documentation and preparation of technical-design
documentation.
PB  - Mumbai, India : ICEPUP
C3  - ICEPUP 2019 : 21th International Conference on Environmental Protection and Urban Planning, Mumbai, India
T1  - Methodological Approach to the Elaboration and Implementation of the Spatial-Urban Plan for the Special Purpose Area: Case-Study of Infrastructure Corridor of Highway E-80, Section Nis-Merdare, Serbia
SP  - 336
ER  - 
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year = "2019",
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basic tool in the planning of infrastructure corridor of a highway.
The aim of the plan is to define the planning basis and provision of
spatial conditions for the construction and operation of the
highway, as well as for developing other infrastructure systems in
the corridor. This paper presents a methodology and approach to
the preparation of the Spatial Plan for the special purpose area for
the infrastructure corridor of the highway E-80, Section Niš-
Merdare in Serbia. The applied methodological approach is based
on the combined application of the integrative and participatory
method in the decision-making process on the sustainable
development of the highway corridor. It was found that, for the
planning and management of the infrastructure corridor, a key
problem is coordination of spatial and urban planning, strategic
environmental assessment and sectoral traffic planning and
designing. Through the development of the plan, special attention
is focused on increasing the accessibility of the local and regional
surrounding, reducing the adverse impacts on the development of
settlements and the economy, protection of natural resources,
natural and cultural heritage, and the development of other
infrastructure systems in the corridor of the highway. As a result of
the applied methodology, this paper analyzes the basic features
such as coverage, the concept, protected zones, service facilities
and objects, the rules of development and construction, etc. Special
emphasis is placed to methodology and results of the Strategic
Environmental Assessment of the Spatial Plan, and to the
importance of protection measures, with the special significance of
air and noise protection measures. For evaluation in the Strategic
Environmental Assessment, a multicriteria expert evaluation (semiquantitative method) of planned solutions was used in relation to
the set of goals and relevant indicators, based on the basic set of
indicators of sustainable development. Evaluation of planned
solutions encompassed the significance and size, spatial conditions
and probability of the impact of planned solutions on the
environment, and the defined goals of strategic assessment. The
framework of implementation of the Spatial Plan is presented,
which is determined for simultaneous elaboration of planning
solutions at two levels: the strategic level of spatial plan and
detailed urban plan level. It is also analyzed the relationship of the
Spatial Plan to other applicable planning documents for the
planning area. The effects of this methodological approach relate to
enabling integrated planning of the sustainable development of the
infrastructure corridor of the highway and its surrounding area,
through coordination of spatial, urban and sectoral traffic planning
and design, as well as the participation of all key actors in the
adoption and implementation of planned decisions. By the
conclusions of the paper it is pointed to direction for further
research, particularly in terms of harmonizing methodology of
Nebojsa Stefanovic PhD, is with Institute of Architecture and Urban &
Spatial Planning of Serbia, Serbia (e-mail: nebojsa@iaus.ac.rs).
planning documentation and preparation of technical-design
documentation.",
publisher = "Mumbai, India : ICEPUP",
journal = "ICEPUP 2019 : 21th International Conference on Environmental Protection and Urban Planning, Mumbai, India",
title = "Methodological Approach to the Elaboration and Implementation of the Spatial-Urban Plan for the Special Purpose Area: Case-Study of Infrastructure Corridor of Highway E-80, Section Nis-Merdare, Serbia",
pages = "336"
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Stefanović, N., Milijić, S.,& Danilović Hristić, N.. (2019). Methodological Approach to the Elaboration and Implementation of the Spatial-Urban Plan for the Special Purpose Area: Case-Study of Infrastructure Corridor of Highway E-80, Section Nis-Merdare, Serbia. in ICEPUP 2019 : 21th International Conference on Environmental Protection and Urban Planning, Mumbai, India
Mumbai, India : ICEPUP., 336.
Stefanović N, Milijić S, Danilović Hristić N. Methodological Approach to the Elaboration and Implementation of the Spatial-Urban Plan for the Special Purpose Area: Case-Study of Infrastructure Corridor of Highway E-80, Section Nis-Merdare, Serbia. in ICEPUP 2019 : 21th International Conference on Environmental Protection and Urban Planning, Mumbai, India. 2019;:336..
Stefanović, Nebojša, Milijić, Saša, Danilović Hristić, Nataša, "Methodological Approach to the Elaboration and Implementation of the Spatial-Urban Plan for the Special Purpose Area: Case-Study of Infrastructure Corridor of Highway E-80, Section Nis-Merdare, Serbia" in ICEPUP 2019 : 21th International Conference on Environmental Protection and Urban Planning, Mumbai, India (2019):336.

Spatial Planning as a Land-Use And Building Regulation Tool for Protected Natural Areas in Serbia

Pantić, Marijana; Milijić, Saša; Živanović Miljković, Jelena

(Niš : Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture, University of Niš, 2018)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Pantić, Marijana
AU  - Milijić, Saša
AU  - Živanović Miljković, Jelena
PY  - 2018
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/517
AB  - Urban planning in Serbia sets the land-use and building rules and conditions but limited on
urban settlements and potentially on touristic centres in protected areas, particularly in the
mountains. The land-use and building regulation outside of urban areas is, therefore, dependent on
spatial plans of various purposes and territorial embracement. As monitoring over irregularities in
building and absolutely spontaneous construction in sparsely populated areas is more difficult than
in cities, countryside and nature protected areas in Serbia remain fragile and endangered by quality
decrease or devastation of their landscape values, identity and nature protection.
This research will present problems and challenges in spatial planning when it comes to
collision between building and nature protection. In relation to it, the article will reveal measures
contained in spatial plans in order to regulate building outside of cities by taking Spatial Plan of the
Republic of Serbia 2010-2020 as the base, and particularly four special purpose area spatial plans
prepared for nature protected areas as case studies. Thus, besides the goal to show diversity and
systematisation of existing measures in nature protected, this research will also contribute to
understanding of challenges and bring up recommendations about future improvements of
methodology in planning and implementation of plans in order to more successfully balance
between development and protection.
PB  - Niš : Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture, University of Niš
C3  - 2nd International Conference on Urban Planning - ICUP2018, 14-17 November 2018, Niš, Serbia
T1  - Spatial Planning as a Land-Use And Building Regulation Tool for Protected Natural Areas in Serbia
SP  - 331
EP  - 338
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Pantić, Marijana and Milijić, Saša and Živanović Miljković, Jelena",
year = "2018",
abstract = "Urban planning in Serbia sets the land-use and building rules and conditions but limited on
urban settlements and potentially on touristic centres in protected areas, particularly in the
mountains. The land-use and building regulation outside of urban areas is, therefore, dependent on
spatial plans of various purposes and territorial embracement. As monitoring over irregularities in
building and absolutely spontaneous construction in sparsely populated areas is more difficult than
in cities, countryside and nature protected areas in Serbia remain fragile and endangered by quality
decrease or devastation of their landscape values, identity and nature protection.
This research will present problems and challenges in spatial planning when it comes to
collision between building and nature protection. In relation to it, the article will reveal measures
contained in spatial plans in order to regulate building outside of cities by taking Spatial Plan of the
Republic of Serbia 2010-2020 as the base, and particularly four special purpose area spatial plans
prepared for nature protected areas as case studies. Thus, besides the goal to show diversity and
systematisation of existing measures in nature protected, this research will also contribute to
understanding of challenges and bring up recommendations about future improvements of
methodology in planning and implementation of plans in order to more successfully balance
between development and protection.",
publisher = "Niš : Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture, University of Niš",
journal = "2nd International Conference on Urban Planning - ICUP2018, 14-17 November 2018, Niš, Serbia",
title = "Spatial Planning as a Land-Use And Building Regulation Tool for Protected Natural Areas in Serbia",
pages = "331-338"
}
Pantić, M., Milijić, S.,& Živanović Miljković, J.. (2018). Spatial Planning as a Land-Use And Building Regulation Tool for Protected Natural Areas in Serbia. in 2nd International Conference on Urban Planning - ICUP2018, 14-17 November 2018, Niš, Serbia
Niš : Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture, University of Niš., 331-338.
Pantić M, Milijić S, Živanović Miljković J. Spatial Planning as a Land-Use And Building Regulation Tool for Protected Natural Areas in Serbia. in 2nd International Conference on Urban Planning - ICUP2018, 14-17 November 2018, Niš, Serbia. 2018;:331-338..
Pantić, Marijana, Milijić, Saša, Živanović Miljković, Jelena, "Spatial Planning as a Land-Use And Building Regulation Tool for Protected Natural Areas in Serbia" in 2nd International Conference on Urban Planning - ICUP2018, 14-17 November 2018, Niš, Serbia (2018):331-338.

Participatory Approach for Innovation in Spatial Planning Process in the Context of Climate Change in Serbia

Pantić, Marijana; Nenković-Riznić, Marina; Milijić, Saša

(2018)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Pantić, Marijana
AU  - Nenković-Riznić, Marina
AU  - Milijić, Saša
PY  - 2018
UR  - http://www.medclivar2018conf.eu/index.php/book-of-abstracts
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/524
AB  - 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.
C3  - MedCLIVAR 2018, 18-21 September 2019, Belgrade, Serbia
T1  - Participatory Approach for Innovation in Spatial Planning Process in the Context of Climate Change in Serbia
SP  - 130
EP  - 130
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Pantić, Marijana and Nenković-Riznić, Marina and Milijić, Saša",
year = "2018",
abstract = "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.",
journal = "MedCLIVAR 2018, 18-21 September 2019, Belgrade, Serbia",
title = "Participatory Approach for Innovation in Spatial Planning Process in the Context of Climate Change in Serbia",
pages = "130-130"
}
Pantić, M., Nenković-Riznić, M.,& Milijić, S.. (2018). Participatory Approach for Innovation in Spatial Planning Process in the Context of Climate Change in Serbia. in MedCLIVAR 2018, 18-21 September 2019, Belgrade, Serbia, 130-130.
Pantić M, Nenković-Riznić M, Milijić S. Participatory Approach for Innovation in Spatial Planning Process in the Context of Climate Change in Serbia. in MedCLIVAR 2018, 18-21 September 2019, Belgrade, Serbia. 2018;:130-130..
Pantić, Marijana, Nenković-Riznić, Marina, Milijić, Saša, "Participatory Approach for Innovation in Spatial Planning Process in the Context of Climate Change in Serbia" in MedCLIVAR 2018, 18-21 September 2019, Belgrade, Serbia (2018):130-130.

The impacts of spatial planning on the sustainable territorial development of the Rhine-Danube Trans-European Transport Corridor through Serbia

Maksin, Marija; Nenković-Riznić, Marina; Milijić, Saša; Ristić, Vladica

(Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, Abingdon, 2017)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Maksin, Marija
AU  - Nenković-Riznić, Marina
AU  - Milijić, Saša
AU  - Ristić, Vladica
PY  - 2017
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/289
AB  - The Danube River is both the international waterway E-80 and the Rhine-Danube Core Network Corridor of nine European corridors in the trans-European transport network, and it is the core area of the most significant Danubian development axis in the Republic of Serbia. The present research focus of this paper is the integrated impact of spatial planning on achieving the sustainable territorial development of the Rhine-Danube Corridor through Serbia and its potential transboundary impact. Integrated assessment (environmental and social), based on the combined application of the standard strategic environmental assessment (SEA) method and the newly presented adapted strategic environmental assessment (ASEA) method, has made it possible to predict the effects of future activities on the sustainable territorial development of the waterway corridor, not only in Serbia, but also in other Danubian countries. The applied combination of the SEA and ASEA methods is presented in the form of key planning solutions in three selected sectors: international inland waterway, water management infrastructure and tourism. The results indicate that the negative impacts of potential conflicts between the planning solutions are far greater than the negative impacts of individual planning solutions, and that it is more difficult to control and mitigate or neutralize them.
PB  - Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, Abingdon
T2  - European Planning Studies
T1  - The impacts of spatial planning on the sustainable territorial development of the Rhine-Danube Trans-European Transport Corridor through Serbia
VL  - 25
IS  - 2
SP  - 278
EP  - 297
DO  - 10.1080/09654313.2016.1260691
UR  - Konv_305
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Maksin, Marija and Nenković-Riznić, Marina and Milijić, Saša and Ristić, Vladica",
year = "2017",
abstract = "The Danube River is both the international waterway E-80 and the Rhine-Danube Core Network Corridor of nine European corridors in the trans-European transport network, and it is the core area of the most significant Danubian development axis in the Republic of Serbia. The present research focus of this paper is the integrated impact of spatial planning on achieving the sustainable territorial development of the Rhine-Danube Corridor through Serbia and its potential transboundary impact. Integrated assessment (environmental and social), based on the combined application of the standard strategic environmental assessment (SEA) method and the newly presented adapted strategic environmental assessment (ASEA) method, has made it possible to predict the effects of future activities on the sustainable territorial development of the waterway corridor, not only in Serbia, but also in other Danubian countries. The applied combination of the SEA and ASEA methods is presented in the form of key planning solutions in three selected sectors: international inland waterway, water management infrastructure and tourism. The results indicate that the negative impacts of potential conflicts between the planning solutions are far greater than the negative impacts of individual planning solutions, and that it is more difficult to control and mitigate or neutralize them.",
publisher = "Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, Abingdon",
journal = "European Planning Studies",
title = "The impacts of spatial planning on the sustainable territorial development of the Rhine-Danube Trans-European Transport Corridor through Serbia",
volume = "25",
number = "2",
pages = "278-297",
doi = "10.1080/09654313.2016.1260691",
url = "Konv_305"
}
Maksin, M., Nenković-Riznić, M., Milijić, S.,& Ristić, V.. (2017). The impacts of spatial planning on the sustainable territorial development of the Rhine-Danube Trans-European Transport Corridor through Serbia. in European Planning Studies
Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, Abingdon., 25(2), 278-297.
https://doi.org/10.1080/09654313.2016.1260691
Konv_305
Maksin M, Nenković-Riznić M, Milijić S, Ristić V. The impacts of spatial planning on the sustainable territorial development of the Rhine-Danube Trans-European Transport Corridor through Serbia. in European Planning Studies. 2017;25(2):278-297.
doi:10.1080/09654313.2016.1260691
Konv_305 .
Maksin, Marija, Nenković-Riznić, Marina, Milijić, Saša, Ristić, Vladica, "The impacts of spatial planning on the sustainable territorial development of the Rhine-Danube Trans-European Transport Corridor through Serbia" in European Planning Studies, 25, no. 2 (2017):278-297,
https://doi.org/10.1080/09654313.2016.1260691 .,
Konv_305 .
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Strategic environmental assessment as an instrument for sustainable spatial planning of water accumulation basins

Krunić, Nikola; Josimović, Boško; Milijić, Saša; Ristić, Vladica

(Parlar Scientific Publications (P S P), Freising, 2017)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Krunić, Nikola
AU  - Josimović, Boško
AU  - Milijić, Saša
AU  - Ristić, Vladica
PY  - 2017
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/288
AB  - This paper highlights the latest developments in the spatial planning process for water accumulation in the Republic of Serbia. When working on the planning documents a special emphasis was given to the role of strategic environmental assessment (SEA) as an instrument for the sustainable planning of vulnerable areas, such as water supply accumulations. The field of water supply is relatively well defined it is arranged by a system of sectorial laws and plans, in accordance with the guidelines of the Water Framework Directive (2000/60/EC). However, the implementation of sectorial development policies and measures leads to many conflicts at water accumulation basins. These conflicts have predominantly spatial, environmental, economic and social effects. The role and importance of SEA lies precisely in the integral consideration of these problems and direction of the planning process towards the aims of sustainable development. In the preparation of recent spatial plans for special purpose areas for water accumulation basins and SEAs, the starting point was to identify/observe the development goals and principles for balancing these conflicts. This paper gives a critical overview of the methodology used in the spatial plans and SEAs analysed here. A specific methodological approach is presented to determine the territorial impacts which occur when planning and designing water accumulation basins for a water supply, in order to achieve the sustainable development of these specific and ecologically sensitive areas.
PB  - Parlar Scientific Publications (P S P), Freising
T2  - Fresenius Environmental Bulletin
T1  - Strategic environmental assessment as an instrument for sustainable spatial planning of water accumulation basins
VL  - 26
IS  - 2
SP  - 1281
EP  - 1290
UR  - Konv_306
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Krunić, Nikola and Josimović, Boško and Milijić, Saša and Ristić, Vladica",
year = "2017",
abstract = "This paper highlights the latest developments in the spatial planning process for water accumulation in the Republic of Serbia. When working on the planning documents a special emphasis was given to the role of strategic environmental assessment (SEA) as an instrument for the sustainable planning of vulnerable areas, such as water supply accumulations. The field of water supply is relatively well defined it is arranged by a system of sectorial laws and plans, in accordance with the guidelines of the Water Framework Directive (2000/60/EC). However, the implementation of sectorial development policies and measures leads to many conflicts at water accumulation basins. These conflicts have predominantly spatial, environmental, economic and social effects. The role and importance of SEA lies precisely in the integral consideration of these problems and direction of the planning process towards the aims of sustainable development. In the preparation of recent spatial plans for special purpose areas for water accumulation basins and SEAs, the starting point was to identify/observe the development goals and principles for balancing these conflicts. This paper gives a critical overview of the methodology used in the spatial plans and SEAs analysed here. A specific methodological approach is presented to determine the territorial impacts which occur when planning and designing water accumulation basins for a water supply, in order to achieve the sustainable development of these specific and ecologically sensitive areas.",
publisher = "Parlar Scientific Publications (P S P), Freising",
journal = "Fresenius Environmental Bulletin",
title = "Strategic environmental assessment as an instrument for sustainable spatial planning of water accumulation basins",
volume = "26",
number = "2",
pages = "1281-1290",
url = "Konv_306"
}
Krunić, N., Josimović, B., Milijić, S.,& Ristić, V.. (2017). Strategic environmental assessment as an instrument for sustainable spatial planning of water accumulation basins. in Fresenius Environmental Bulletin
Parlar Scientific Publications (P S P), Freising., 26(2), 1281-1290.
Konv_306
Krunić N, Josimović B, Milijić S, Ristić V. Strategic environmental assessment as an instrument for sustainable spatial planning of water accumulation basins. in Fresenius Environmental Bulletin. 2017;26(2):1281-1290.
Konv_306 .
Krunić, Nikola, Josimović, Boško, Milijić, Saša, Ristić, Vladica, "Strategic environmental assessment as an instrument for sustainable spatial planning of water accumulation basins" in Fresenius Environmental Bulletin, 26, no. 2 (2017):1281-1290,
Konv_306 .
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Retrospective of and prospects for the development and strategic planning of tourism in the mountain regions of Serbia

Milijić, Saša; Micić, Srdjan; Maksin, Marija

(Institute of Architecture, Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia, 2017)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Milijić, Saša
AU  - Micić, Srdjan
AU  - Maksin, Marija
PY  - 2017
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/283
AB  - Following on from previous research, this paper provides a comparative retrospective overview of trends in the development of mountain tourism destinations (MTDs) in European countries and their influence on MTD development in Serbia. The prospects for developing tourism in the mountain regions of Serbia follow the European trends and experiences in sustainable MTD development. These trends and experiences should be selectively implemented and adapted to the social and economic conditions, the characteristics of Serbian mountain regions and the effects on the local and regional spatial development. The paper gives a critical view of the role of strategic planning in developing tourism in Serbian mountain regions. The problems that have influenced the prevailing uncontrolled development of MTDs, the marginalization of the role of strategic planning and the limited implementation of spatial planning in their development have been identified. The possibilities for achieving the coordinating role of spatial planning in strategic planning were assessed for the National Park and MTD Kopaonik. In this case the harmonization of the various sectoral plans and programs, the multisectoral coordination of development entities in the public sector, participation in the planning process and partnerships in decision making and implementation have been achieved in the process of spatial planning, and this should be implemented for other MTDs and improved in the future.
PB  - Institute of Architecture, Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia
T2  - Spatium
T1  - Retrospective of and prospects for the development and strategic planning of tourism in the mountain regions of Serbia
VL  - 1
IS  - 37
SP  - 42
EP  - 48
DO  - 10.2298/SPAT1737042M
UR  - Konv_326
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Milijić, Saša and Micić, Srdjan and Maksin, Marija",
year = "2017",
abstract = "Following on from previous research, this paper provides a comparative retrospective overview of trends in the development of mountain tourism destinations (MTDs) in European countries and their influence on MTD development in Serbia. The prospects for developing tourism in the mountain regions of Serbia follow the European trends and experiences in sustainable MTD development. These trends and experiences should be selectively implemented and adapted to the social and economic conditions, the characteristics of Serbian mountain regions and the effects on the local and regional spatial development. The paper gives a critical view of the role of strategic planning in developing tourism in Serbian mountain regions. The problems that have influenced the prevailing uncontrolled development of MTDs, the marginalization of the role of strategic planning and the limited implementation of spatial planning in their development have been identified. The possibilities for achieving the coordinating role of spatial planning in strategic planning were assessed for the National Park and MTD Kopaonik. In this case the harmonization of the various sectoral plans and programs, the multisectoral coordination of development entities in the public sector, participation in the planning process and partnerships in decision making and implementation have been achieved in the process of spatial planning, and this should be implemented for other MTDs and improved in the future.",
publisher = "Institute of Architecture, Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia",
journal = "Spatium",
title = "Retrospective of and prospects for the development and strategic planning of tourism in the mountain regions of Serbia",
volume = "1",
number = "37",
pages = "42-48",
doi = "10.2298/SPAT1737042M",
url = "Konv_326"
}
Milijić, S., Micić, S.,& Maksin, M.. (2017). Retrospective of and prospects for the development and strategic planning of tourism in the mountain regions of Serbia. in Spatium
Institute of Architecture, Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia., 1(37), 42-48.
https://doi.org/10.2298/SPAT1737042M
Konv_326
Milijić S, Micić S, Maksin M. Retrospective of and prospects for the development and strategic planning of tourism in the mountain regions of Serbia. in Spatium. 2017;1(37):42-48.
doi:10.2298/SPAT1737042M
Konv_326 .
Milijić, Saša, Micić, Srdjan, Maksin, Marija, "Retrospective of and prospects for the development and strategic planning of tourism in the mountain regions of Serbia" in Spatium, 1, no. 37 (2017):42-48,
https://doi.org/10.2298/SPAT1737042M .,
Konv_326 .
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Integration of strategic environmental assessment and environmental social impact assessment into strategic territorial planning: Lessons learned from two cases of tourism destinations in protected areas

Nenković-Riznić, Marina; Ristić, Vladica; Milijić, Saša; Maksin, Marija

(Hard, Olsztyn 5, 2016)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Nenković-Riznić, Marina
AU  - Ristić, Vladica
AU  - Milijić, Saša
AU  - Maksin, Marija
PY  - 2016
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/273
AB  - Whereas standard strategic environmental assessment (SEA) methodology aims to assess the impacts of certain activities solely on environmental quality, new tendencies in spatial and environmental planning are directed toward the application of environmental social impact assessment (ESIA). Having a wider scope, ESIA also implies assessing the impacts on quality of life as well as on natural and cultural heritage. Case studies in Serbia are used to explore whether the combined application of SEA and ESIA methodology in strategic territorial planning helps control negative effects of tourism, namely in protected areas (PA). The results/findings of the analysed case studies prove that combined implementation of SEA with ESIA methodology in spatial planning helps to overcome conflicts between tourism development and protection of natural and cultural heritage, and quality of life. Also, the analysed case studies (tourism destinations in PA such as Djerdap National Park and Stara planina Nature Park) show that the application of combined SEA and ESIA contributes to better understanding of the specific problems related to sustainable territorial development, and provides support to the planning options and solutions aimed at addressing these problems in a more ecologically and socially justifiable manner. Findings implicate that SEA and ESIA have proved to be instruments for indirect coordination between spatial and tourism planning for achieving sustainable territorial development of tourism destinations in PA.
PB  - Hard, Olsztyn 5
T2  - Polish Journal of Environmental Studies
T1  - Integration of strategic environmental assessment and environmental social impact assessment into strategic territorial planning: Lessons learned from two cases of tourism destinations in protected areas
VL  - 25
IS  - 3
SP  - 1353
EP  - 1366
DO  - 10.15244/pjoes/61851
UR  - Konv_298
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Nenković-Riznić, Marina and Ristić, Vladica and Milijić, Saša and Maksin, Marija",
year = "2016",
abstract = "Whereas standard strategic environmental assessment (SEA) methodology aims to assess the impacts of certain activities solely on environmental quality, new tendencies in spatial and environmental planning are directed toward the application of environmental social impact assessment (ESIA). Having a wider scope, ESIA also implies assessing the impacts on quality of life as well as on natural and cultural heritage. Case studies in Serbia are used to explore whether the combined application of SEA and ESIA methodology in strategic territorial planning helps control negative effects of tourism, namely in protected areas (PA). The results/findings of the analysed case studies prove that combined implementation of SEA with ESIA methodology in spatial planning helps to overcome conflicts between tourism development and protection of natural and cultural heritage, and quality of life. Also, the analysed case studies (tourism destinations in PA such as Djerdap National Park and Stara planina Nature Park) show that the application of combined SEA and ESIA contributes to better understanding of the specific problems related to sustainable territorial development, and provides support to the planning options and solutions aimed at addressing these problems in a more ecologically and socially justifiable manner. Findings implicate that SEA and ESIA have proved to be instruments for indirect coordination between spatial and tourism planning for achieving sustainable territorial development of tourism destinations in PA.",
publisher = "Hard, Olsztyn 5",
journal = "Polish Journal of Environmental Studies",
title = "Integration of strategic environmental assessment and environmental social impact assessment into strategic territorial planning: Lessons learned from two cases of tourism destinations in protected areas",
volume = "25",
number = "3",
pages = "1353-1366",
doi = "10.15244/pjoes/61851",
url = "Konv_298"
}
Nenković-Riznić, M., Ristić, V., Milijić, S.,& Maksin, M.. (2016). Integration of strategic environmental assessment and environmental social impact assessment into strategic territorial planning: Lessons learned from two cases of tourism destinations in protected areas. in Polish Journal of Environmental Studies
Hard, Olsztyn 5., 25(3), 1353-1366.
https://doi.org/10.15244/pjoes/61851
Konv_298
Nenković-Riznić M, Ristić V, Milijić S, Maksin M. Integration of strategic environmental assessment and environmental social impact assessment into strategic territorial planning: Lessons learned from two cases of tourism destinations in protected areas. in Polish Journal of Environmental Studies. 2016;25(3):1353-1366.
doi:10.15244/pjoes/61851
Konv_298 .
Nenković-Riznić, Marina, Ristić, Vladica, Milijić, Saša, Maksin, Marija, "Integration of strategic environmental assessment and environmental social impact assessment into strategic territorial planning: Lessons learned from two cases of tourism destinations in protected areas" in Polish Journal of Environmental Studies, 25, no. 3 (2016):1353-1366,
https://doi.org/10.15244/pjoes/61851 .,
Konv_298 .
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Planning and Climate Change: A Case Study on the Spatial Plan of the Danube Corridor Through Serbia

Crnčević, Tijana; Dželebdžić, Omiljena; Milijić, Saša

(Springer Int Publishing Ag, Cham, 2016)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Crnčević, Tijana
AU  - Dželebdžić, Omiljena
AU  - Milijić, Saša
PY  - 2016
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/268
AB  - Spatial planning has an important role to play in addressing climate change issues, taking into account that contemporary global and other international and regional frameworks support an integrated approach in adapting to climate change. The aim of this paper is to emphasize the role of planning in the context of climate change with special reference to current practice and the legal and other planning frameworks in the Republic of Serbia. The example of the Spatial Plan for the Specific Purposes Area of the International Waterway E-80 Danube (Pan-European Corridor VII) is introduced, and issues related to the influence of climate change on water regimes are analysed by reviewing the presence of planning measures that cover natural and cultural heritage. The results indicate that despite the lack of an adequate legal base, current practice offers indirect support to adaptation measures through promoting ecological networks, increasing the extent of protected areas, and building systems for flood protection among others.
PB  - Springer Int Publishing Ag, Cham
C3  - Implementing Climate Change Adaptation in Cities and Communities: Integrating Strategies and Educati
T1  - Planning and Climate Change: A Case Study on the Spatial Plan of the Danube Corridor Through Serbia
SP  - 161
EP  - 177
DO  - 10.1007/978-3-319-28591-7_8
UR  - Konv_303
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Crnčević, Tijana and Dželebdžić, Omiljena and Milijić, Saša",
year = "2016",
abstract = "Spatial planning has an important role to play in addressing climate change issues, taking into account that contemporary global and other international and regional frameworks support an integrated approach in adapting to climate change. The aim of this paper is to emphasize the role of planning in the context of climate change with special reference to current practice and the legal and other planning frameworks in the Republic of Serbia. The example of the Spatial Plan for the Specific Purposes Area of the International Waterway E-80 Danube (Pan-European Corridor VII) is introduced, and issues related to the influence of climate change on water regimes are analysed by reviewing the presence of planning measures that cover natural and cultural heritage. The results indicate that despite the lack of an adequate legal base, current practice offers indirect support to adaptation measures through promoting ecological networks, increasing the extent of protected areas, and building systems for flood protection among others.",
publisher = "Springer Int Publishing Ag, Cham",
journal = "Implementing Climate Change Adaptation in Cities and Communities: Integrating Strategies and Educati",
title = "Planning and Climate Change: A Case Study on the Spatial Plan of the Danube Corridor Through Serbia",
pages = "161-177",
doi = "10.1007/978-3-319-28591-7_8",
url = "Konv_303"
}
Crnčević, T., Dželebdžić, O.,& Milijić, S.. (2016). Planning and Climate Change: A Case Study on the Spatial Plan of the Danube Corridor Through Serbia. in Implementing Climate Change Adaptation in Cities and Communities: Integrating Strategies and Educati
Springer Int Publishing Ag, Cham., 161-177.
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-28591-7_8
Konv_303
Crnčević T, Dželebdžić O, Milijić S. Planning and Climate Change: A Case Study on the Spatial Plan of the Danube Corridor Through Serbia. in Implementing Climate Change Adaptation in Cities and Communities: Integrating Strategies and Educati. 2016;:161-177.
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-28591-7_8
Konv_303 .
Crnčević, Tijana, Dželebdžić, Omiljena, Milijić, Saša, "Planning and Climate Change: A Case Study on the Spatial Plan of the Danube Corridor Through Serbia" in Implementing Climate Change Adaptation in Cities and Communities: Integrating Strategies and Educati (2016):161-177,
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-28591-7_8 .,
Konv_303 .
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Multi-criteria evaluation in strategic environmental assessment for waste management plan, a case study: The city of Belgrade

Josimović, Boško; Marić, Igor; Milijić, Saša

(Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, Oxford, 2015)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Josimović, Boško
AU  - Marić, Igor
AU  - Milijić, Saša
PY  - 2015
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/243
AB  - Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) is one of the key instruments for implementing sustainable development strategies in planning in general; in addition to being used in sectoral planning, it can also be used in other areas such as waste management planning. SEA in waste management planning has become a tool for considering the benefits and consequences of the proposed changes in space, also taking into account the capacity of space to sustain the implementation of the planned activities. In order to envisage both the positive and negative implications of a waste management plan for the elements of sustainable development, an adequate methodological approach to evaluating the potential impacts must be adopted and the evaluation results presented in a simple and clear way, so as to allow planners to make relevant decisions as a precondition for the sustainability of the activities planned in the waste management sector. This paper examines the multi-criteria evaluation method for carrying out an SEA for the Waste Management Plan for the city of Belgrade (BWMP). The method was applied to the evaluation of the impacts of the activities planned in the waste management sector on the basis of the environmental and socioeconomic indicators of sustainability, taking into consideration the intensity, spatial extent, probability and frequency of impact, by means of a specific planning approach and simple and clear presentation of the obtained results.
PB  - Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, Oxford
T2  - Waste Management
T1  - Multi-criteria evaluation in strategic environmental assessment for waste management plan, a case study: The city of Belgrade
VL  - 36
SP  - 331
EP  - 342
DO  - 10.1016/j.wasman.2014.11.003
UR  - Konv_294
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Josimović, Boško and Marić, Igor and Milijić, Saša",
year = "2015",
abstract = "Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) is one of the key instruments for implementing sustainable development strategies in planning in general; in addition to being used in sectoral planning, it can also be used in other areas such as waste management planning. SEA in waste management planning has become a tool for considering the benefits and consequences of the proposed changes in space, also taking into account the capacity of space to sustain the implementation of the planned activities. In order to envisage both the positive and negative implications of a waste management plan for the elements of sustainable development, an adequate methodological approach to evaluating the potential impacts must be adopted and the evaluation results presented in a simple and clear way, so as to allow planners to make relevant decisions as a precondition for the sustainability of the activities planned in the waste management sector. This paper examines the multi-criteria evaluation method for carrying out an SEA for the Waste Management Plan for the city of Belgrade (BWMP). The method was applied to the evaluation of the impacts of the activities planned in the waste management sector on the basis of the environmental and socioeconomic indicators of sustainability, taking into consideration the intensity, spatial extent, probability and frequency of impact, by means of a specific planning approach and simple and clear presentation of the obtained results.",
publisher = "Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, Oxford",
journal = "Waste Management",
title = "Multi-criteria evaluation in strategic environmental assessment for waste management plan, a case study: The city of Belgrade",
volume = "36",
pages = "331-342",
doi = "10.1016/j.wasman.2014.11.003",
url = "Konv_294"
}
Josimović, B., Marić, I.,& Milijić, S.. (2015). Multi-criteria evaluation in strategic environmental assessment for waste management plan, a case study: The city of Belgrade. in Waste Management
Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, Oxford., 36, 331-342.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wasman.2014.11.003
Konv_294
Josimović B, Marić I, Milijić S. Multi-criteria evaluation in strategic environmental assessment for waste management plan, a case study: The city of Belgrade. in Waste Management. 2015;36:331-342.
doi:10.1016/j.wasman.2014.11.003
Konv_294 .
Josimović, Boško, Marić, Igor, Milijić, Saša, "Multi-criteria evaluation in strategic environmental assessment for waste management plan, a case study: The city of Belgrade" in Waste Management, 36 (2015):331-342,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wasman.2014.11.003 .,
Konv_294 .
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