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“Parks of the future workshop” 26 and 27 February, 2014 Hanse Institute for Advanced Study (HWK), Delmenhorst, Germany. Parks and sustainable forms of land-use. Andreas Voth. Thinking about sustainable land-use in protected areas …. unsustainable land-use. outside protected areas.

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“Parks of the future workshop”

26 and 27 February, 2014

Hanse Institute for Advanced Study (HWK), Delmenhorst, Germany

Parks and sustainable forms of land-use

Andreas Voth

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Thinking about sustainable land-use in protected areas …

unsustainable land-use

outside protected areas

  • aspects of sustainability
  • ecological
  • economical
  • social
  • cultural

sustainable land-use

in protected areas

  • type of land-use
  • agriculture
  • forestry
  • tourism
  • housing
  • other activities
  • considering different
  • categories
  • ecosystems
  • zoning concepts
  • old/new parks
  • central or marginal localisation
  • the understanding ofsustainability changes:
  • in space
  • in time

conflicting perspectives of sustainability?

  • different actors
  • local / non-local
  • private / public
  • forms of governance
  • effects of land-use
  • short term / long term
  • biodiversity
  • landscape
  • socio-economics
  • cultural heritage
  • acceptance

methods to measure sustainability?

  • different forms
  • traditional / modern
  • extensive / intensive
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Linkages between sustainable land-use and general research fields* concerning protected areas

Material and immaterial services provided by PAsWhat is the value given by society to landscapes resulting from land-use practises or their abandonment?

Tourism and recreationWhat is known about the interrelations between tourism and different forms of sustainable land-use in PAs?What about land-use as a cultural heritage in PAs?

Innovations in regional economy in accordance with conservation and landscape protection objectivesWhich forms of land-use contribute to regional economy and to park’s objectives as well? How could they be promoted?

Images and regional identitiesHow do specific forms of land-use and cultural landscape work as factors of regional identity / regional marketing?

Handling regional and global changeWhich land-use changes depend on dynamics on the regional/global level?

Participation and governanceRole and structures of land-use planning and management

* Workshop in St-Pierre de Chartreuse 2011;Hammer et al. (2012): Societal research perspectives in protected areas in Europe.

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Thinking about sustainable land-use in protected areas …

…there are still a lot of questions

Who decides which forms of land-use are sustainable ?

What are the main factors favouring or limiting sustainable land-use ?

What is the role different actors play within supply chains in favouring or limiting sustainable land-use systems ?

How could consumers and park visitors contribute to maintain sustainable forms of land-use ?

How could traditional forms of sustainable land-use be recovered ?

How could sustainable forms of land-use be stimulated or made attractive ?

How could regional labelling and marketing favour sustainable land-use ?

How do different forms of land-use depend on each other ?

How is knowledge of sustainable land-use techniques transmitted ?

How are sustainable forms of land-use influenced by modern changes (demographic change, climate change, political frameworks, financial crisis, changing demand for products and services, technological change, environmental consciousness, etc.) ?