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PLANNING FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: THE SIGNIFICANCE OF DIFFERENT SOCIAL INTERESTS IN LANDSCAPE

Sonja BUTULA


Puni tekst: engleski pdf 155 Kb

str. 427-441

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The paper provides an insight into sustainable development as
the basic principle to be followed in the planning activity the goal
of which is to protect or enhance the things we, as society, value.
The subject of that endeavour is frequently directed towards landscape.
The legacy of landscape evaluation present among the
Croatian professional community is that landscape values are
perceived as a visual and aesthetic category. The conservation
idea in planning focuses less on values attached to desired goals
which are as a rule the result of opposing interests: developmental
and conservational. This paper concentrates on the character
of those values as appropriate for the sustainability concept implementation.
It first indicates and then expounds the possible
reasons for disagreement and contradictions concerning the
meaning and interpretation of sustainable development. Subsequently,
an approach is proposed towards evaluating landscape
which enables both efficient protection and development.
The practice of achieving sustainable development in Croatia
from the aspect of conservation planning is analysed in the third
part, especially the mechanism of public participation in the
decision-making process regarding landscape planning and
landscape evaluation tools.

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Hrčak ID:

19494

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/19494

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