Strategies for Sustainable Cities: Climate Change as a Generator of Development Planning Policies - Belgrade Example
Furundzić, Danilo S.
Popovich, Vasily V.
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This paper considers the impact of climate change on sustainable development of cities and compares the links between the developed countries strategies and the strategy in Serbia. The results of this comparison may be used as guidelines of the future planning process in Serbia. The paper briefly presents sustainable development concepts in Sweden, the Netherlands and Germany and show that climate change is crucial for sustainable development strategies and new planning policy of these European countries. Then, the paper considers the current sustainable development in Serbia and, particularly, Belgrade city expansion to suburban areas. Finally, the paper explores possibilities of foreign experience application to Serbia planning policies improvements.
Keywords:Impact of climate change / Sustainable development / Cities / Planning policy
Source:REAL CORP 2010. Cities for Everyone: Liveable, Healthy, Prosperous : Proceedings of 15th international conference on Urban Planning and Spatial Development in the Information Society, 2010, 677-683
- Schwechat : CORP - Competence Center of Urban and Regional Planning