Klimatilpasning i det åbne land. Løsningseksempler

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This sample collection has been prepared by the Section for Landscape Architecture and Planning, IGN, University of Copenhagen, in agreement with the Ministry of Environment and Food of Denmark, which wishes to focus on municipalities' integration of nature and landscape values ​​into current climate adaptation projects.
The sample collection presents a selection of projects involving water as an essential element. The sample collection should be seen as a first step towards a more comprehensive study of the possibilities of integrating nature and landscape interests into current climate adaptation projects. For each example, the water-related problems and the concrete solutions in relation to natural and landscape interests are described, including landscape aesthetic values, that is, the spatial layout of the landscapes and consequences for their experiential content.
The purpose of the sample collection is to give an impression of how projects in streams and streams have been carried out so far. The examples collectively illustrate the evolution of nature restoration projects carried out from the 1980s and up to the 2010 climate adaptation projects, where water management has been a pervasive theme but where the overall objectives have been different. The examples illustrate various physical interventions in the landscape and describe the considerations of nature interests that have been taken in the projects.
The sample collection concludes with a summary of the trends in the projects, a summary of general development processes and perspectives of interest in the current debate on climate adaptation in rural landscapes.
Original languageDanish
Publication date20 Dec 2019
Number of pages45
Publication statusPublished - 20 Dec 2019

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NameIGN Notat

    Research areas

  • Faculty of Science - climate adaptation, rural landscapes, nature values, Landscape values, experiential values, river valley, Landscape ecology, Landscape planning, Sustainable development

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