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Spatial Planning for the Sustainable Development of Particular Types of European Areas: Mountains, Coastal Zones, Rural Zones, Flood-Plains and Alluvial Valleys - Proceedings, Sofia, October 2002 (European Regional Planning, No. 68)

Spatial Planning for the Sustainable Development of Particular Types of European Areas: Mountains, Coastal Zones, Rural Zones, Flood-Plains and Alluvial Valleys - Proceedings, Sofia, October 2002 (European Regional Planning, No. 68) (2003)

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Size : A4
Language : English
Number of pages : 176

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Spatial Planning for the Sustainable Development of Particular Types of European Areas: Mountains, Coastal Zones, Rural Zones, Flood-Plains and Alluvial Valleys - Proceedings, Sofia, October 2002 (European Regional Planning, No. 68)

Spatial Planning for the Sustainable Development of Particular Types of European Areas: Mountains, Coastal Zones, Rural Zones, Flood-Plains and Alluvial Valleys - Proceedings, Sofia, October 2002 (European Regional Planning, No. 68)

Mountains, coastal and rural zones, flood-plains water meadows are areas of the European continent that are particularly exposed to specific problems relating to sustainable development and transfrontier, interregional and transnational co-operation. The Cemat international seminar contributed to examining how to implement the Guiding Principles for Sustainable Spacial Development of the European Continent in national and international spatial planning projects. It also provided an opportunity for more detailed discussion of the issue of the participation of civil society in the formulation and implementation of sustainable development policies in particular areas, and on the integrated approach concerning these policies.

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Mountains, coastal and rural zones, flood-plains water meadows are areas of the European continent that are particularly exposed to specific problems relating to sustainable development and transfrontier, interregional and transnational co-operation. The Cemat international seminar contributed to examining how to implement the Guiding Principles for Sustainable Spacial Development of the European Continent in national and international spatial planning projects. It also provided an opportunity for more detailed discussion of the issue of the participation of civil society in the formulation and implementation of sustainable development policies in particular areas, and on the integrated approach concerning these policies.
I. Opening speeches
II. First session
Spatial planning and sustainable development
III. Second session
Examples of good pratice: national experiences
IV. Third session
Instruments for implementation
V. Fourth session
Possibilities of a transfrontier, transnational and interregional co-operation
Conclusion

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