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Sustainability in Coastal Urban Environment: Thematic Profiles of Resources and Their Users in Sweden Case Study Areas Gothenburg and Malmö

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Författare Karl Bruckmeier
Andrea Morf
Olga Stepanova
Publicerad i Sustainability in the Coastal Urban Environment. Thematic profiles of resources and their users. A.Z.Khan, L.X.Quynh, F.Canters, E.Corijn (eds.). Sapienza Università Editrice, Vol.III.
Sidor 207-248
ISBN 978-88-95814-90-2
Förlag Sapienza Università Editrice
Förlagsort Italy, Rome
Publiceringsår 2013
Publicerad vid Institutionen för globala studier, humanekologi
Sidor 207-248
Språk en
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Ämnesord coastal resources mapping, stakeholder analysis, conflict analysis, coastal management, sustainable urban development, comparative case studies, Sweden, Malmö, Gothenburg.
Ämneskategorier Geovetenskap och miljövetenskap, Annan geovetenskap och miljövetenskap, Kulturgeografi, Annan samhällsvetenskap

Sammanfattning

The following information on the Swedish case studies in the metropolitan areas of Gothenburg and Malmö is provided here: an overview over natural and social resources relevant for conflicts and an overview over main resource user groups in both study areas. Environmental and resource use problems can be identified from the reports analysed, but rarely specific conflicts about resource use. In both of the metropolitan areas, natural resources and ecosystem services are the main resources leading to problems and potential conflicts, less economic and social resources. Natural resources are therefore in focus for conflict analysis in both areas. However, most resource use includes combinations of different resource types. Resource related conflicts are often multidimensional, for example, economic use of resources for purposes of production and development is in conflict with protection and maintenance of the natural resource base. The users described here are heterogeneous groups of varying size and structure. Important users include urban inhabitants and tourists as resource consumers, and among the productive sectors agriculture, fishery, industry, and energy producers.

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