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Assessing environmental conflicts in Sweden: Case studies from the Malmö and Gothenburg areas.

Kapitel i bok
Författare Tom Böhler
Karl Bruckmeier
Andrea Morf
Olga Stepanova
Publicerad i Environmental Conflicts in Coastal Urban Areas: Towards a Strategic Assessment Framework for Sustainable Development. A. Z. Khan, L. X. Quynh, F. Canters, E. Corijn. Sapienza Università Editrice, Vol. IV.
Sidor 279-318
ISBN 978-88-98533-00-8
Förlag Sapienza Università Editrice
Förlagsort Italy, Rome
Publiceringsår 2013
Publicerad vid Institutionen för globala studier, humanekologi
Sidor 279-318
Språk en
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Ämnesord global changes, coastal areas, environmental conflicts, Malmö, Falsterbo-Peninsula, Gothenburg
Ämneskategorier Geovetenskap och miljövetenskap, Översiktlig planering, Studier av offentlig förvaltning, Annan samhällsvetenskap

Sammanfattning

Four conflicts of resource use have been analysed in the Swedish study areas of the SECOA-project. In the Malmö area we studied (1) a conflict about urban sprawl and settlement and (2) one about land use for nature protection, agricultural production or settlement in the surrounding of the city (Falsterbo peninsula). In the Gothenburg area we studied (3) a conflict about nature protection and economic development in the outer parts of the city (Torsviken, with similarities to the Falsterbo conflict in the Malmö area) and (4) a conflict about windpower location in the outer ring community of Kungsbacka. All four conflicts are relevant for the long-term development of the study areas, independent of solutions achieved so far. They cover important issues for natural resource management, for development, productive or consumptive resource use, conservation or protection. Dilemmas of sustainable development and climate change adaptation become visible: the environmental conflicts need to be solved on the way towards coastal and urban sustainable development. But the resolution of the conflicts is – except to some degree for the Falsterbo conflict – not yet integrated with strategies for climate adaptation and transition management for sustainability.

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