Donnerstag , 13 Dezember 2018

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RESEARCH ARTICLE

Perceptions and Preferences of Urban Greenspaces: A Literature Review and Framework for Policy and Practice

The ever-increasing process of urbanisation across the globe has major implications for the environment, biodiversity and health and wellbeing of urbanites. Urban greenspaces are considered a promising planning tool in tackling some of the problems associated with urbanisation such as pollution and urban heat island effects. It is, therefore, important to understand what  encourages the extent to which urban dwellers …

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RESEARCH ARTICLE

Demographic changes and the demands on agricultural landscapes: Reflections on a new research topic

Demographic change suggests substantial effects on future societal demands on agricultural landscape use and thus on rural areas. Demographic change is thereby defined as both the decrease of the population and the shift in the age distribution („aging“) and in the spatial distribution („rural flight“ particularly of young people). The exploration of the research object is based on the starting …

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