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Načrtovanje trajnostnega razvoja v državah v tranziciji : študija ranljivosti okolja za kanton Sarajevo
Golobič, Mojca (Author), Cof, Alenka (Author), Mujkić, Sabina (Author)

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Abstract
Vključevanje strokovnega znanja v postopek prostorskega načrtovanja prispeva k temu, da so odločitve o prostorskem razvoju sprejete skladno s cilji trajnostnega razvoja. Študije ranljivosti okolja so ena od načrtovalskih strokovnih podlag, katerih vloga je vnaprejšnje opozarjanje pred prekomernimi vplivi razvoja na okolje. Zaradi intenzivnih razvojnih pritiskov je upoštevanje varstvenih ciljev v državah v tranziciji še posebno zahtevno. Bosna in Hercegovina (BiH) je primer države, ki je kljub politično-upravnim težavam, s katerimi se srečuje, prepoznala pomen strokovnih podlag za prostorsko načrtovanje. V prispevku je prikazana študija ranljivosti za prostorski načrt kantona Sarajevo, ki bo vzorčni model za pripravo drugih prostorskih načrtov v BiH. V nasprotju z najbolj razširjeno predhodno uporabo študije ranljivosti je bila v predstavljenem primeru ta uporabljena naknadno, pri čemer smo s prekrivanjem načrtovalskih kart s kartami ranljivosti ugotavljali skladnost prostorskega načrta z okoljevarstvenimi zahtevami. Kljub temu, da so cilji načrta v skladu s trajnostnim razvojem, pa je na ravni prostorskih opredelitev drugače. Rezultati so namreč pokazali, da v povprečju četrtina predlaganega razvoja posega na območja, kjer je pričakovati velike vplive na katero od sestavin okolja. Za te površine smo predlagali iskanje alternativnih lokacij oziroma oblikovanje usmeritev za podrobnejše načrte, v katerih je treba določiti strožja merila in pogoje za gradnjo.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:trajnostni razvoj, prostorsko načrtovanje, kanton Sarajevo, ranljivost okolja
Work type:Not categorized (r6)
Tipology:1.02 - Review Article
Organization:BF - Biotechnical Faculty
Year:2011
Publisher:Zveza geodetov Slovenije
Number of pages:str. 87-102
Numbering:Letn. 55, št. 1
UDC:502.131.1:711
ISSN on article:0351-0271
COBISS.SI-ID:2406339 Link is opened in a new window
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Title:Geodetski vestnik
Shortened title:Geod. vestn.
Publisher:Zveza geodetov Slovenije
ISSN:0351-0271
COBISS.SI-ID:5091842 This link opens in a new window

Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Planning for sustainable transition
Abstract:
The potential of spatial planning to achieve sustainable development can be improved with expert input in the planning process. Vulnerability study provides knowledge about vulnerability of natural resources to development. Intense economic pressures in transition countries make sustainable spatial development especially challenging. Bosnia and Herzegovina is an example of transition country, which recognized the importance of knowledge support for planning and explicitly requires vulnerability studies as an input in the planning process. The environmental vulnerability study presented in this contribution was prepared for spatial plan for the Canton Sarajevo and will serve as a model case for other plans. Differently from prevailing ex ante use of vulnerability studies it was applied ex post, whereby the environmental compliance of the plan was assessed by overlaying it with vulnerability maps. The results have shown that although the objectives of the plan follow sustainability principles, its land use designation is much less environmentally oriented. An average of 25% of planned development involves areas, which are very vulnerable from one or more aspects. We propose to find alternative sites for these areas or to provide very strict regulations and conditions for building in detailed plans.

Keywords:sustainable development, Canton Sarajevo, vulnerability analysis, spatial planning

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