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Strategic environmental assessment application in spatial planning in Serbia  [PDF]
Mitrovi? Irena
Journal of the Geographical Institute Jovan Cvijic, SASA , 2007, DOI: 10.2298/ijgi0757347m
Abstract: Since two and a half year long Strategic Environmental Assessment application in Serbia is limited to spatial and urban plans with great variety in its quality, good SEA practice should be applied, and different approach towards SEA must be developed. These and other issues are discussed in the paper and main recommendations on SEA improvements in Serbia presented.
Urban planning for the strategic spatial development of Ljubljana  [PDF]
Mojca ?a?ek Divjak
Urbani Izziv , 2008,
Abstract: In the introduction, previous town planning practices in Ljubljana and recent spatial documents of the Municipality of Ljubljana (ML) are presented. In the central part of the paper, the basic chapters of the Strategic spatial plan of the ML are analysed and some important parts emphasised. The plan is based on contemporary principles of urban design and the sustainable development. We have stressed the importance of the qualitative upgrading of existing urbanised areas, the renewal of degraded areas and the amelioration of dispersed building. The new housing construction is planned only when that is necessary for the development of the municipality. The improvements of social and economic infrastructures are envisaged as well. The concept of spatial organisation has been developed in three characteristic areas of the ML: the compact city, the suburbia, and the hilly hinterland. In the compactly city a central radiocentric model has been preserved. New building is stimulated along radially city thoroughfares with green wedges between them. In the suburbia, the network of local centres is linked to the thoroughfares at traffic nodal points. A rational use of land is emphasized by decentralised concentration model. In the hilly hinterland new housing construction is mainly directed to existing settlements for preserving quality landscape features. As significant structural elements of the city we emphasise open public and green areas. In the chapter of land use, special attention is paid to housing construction, the central areas and industrial activities. We also give some basic guidelines for traffic development. The last chapter presents the guidelines for urban and architectural design. Characteristic areas, the connecting structures and large landscape structures are defined as basic elements of the city structure identity.
STRATEGIC PRIORITIES OF THE REFORM OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN UKRAINE AS A COMPONENT OF MODERNIZATION OF THE NATIONAL ECONOMY СТРАТЕГИЧЕСКИЕ ПРИОРИТЕТЫ РЕФОРМИРОВАНИЯ СИСТЕМЫ ВЫСШЕГО ОБРАЗОВАНИЯ В УКРАИНЕ КАК СОСТАВЛЯЮЩАЯ МОДЕРНИЗАЦИИ НАЦИОНАЛЬНОЙ ЭКОНОМИКИ СТРАТЕГ ЧН ПР ОРИТЕТИ РЕФОРМУВАННЯ СИСТЕМИ ВИ  [cached]
С.О. Б?ЛА
Strategy of Ukraine : Economics, Sociology, Law , 2011,
Abstract: The article highlights the complex problems of the development of national higher education system and identifies strategic priorities for reform. The analysis of the effectiveness of the Ukrainian universities system is given in view of the comparison "the costs - the result”; the management system limitations of Ukraine universities is identified. The higher education reform is considered to be an integral component of a complex structural modernization for the national economy after the crisis. В статье освещены комплексные проблемы развития национальной системы высшего образования и определены стратегические приоритеты ее реформирования. Осуществлен анализ эффективности функционирования системы украинского вуза учитывая сопоставления затраты - результат ; выявлены недостатки управления системы вузов Украины. Реформирование высшего образования рассматривается как неотъемлемая составляющая комплексной структурной модернизации национального хозяйства в посткризисный период. У статт висв тлен комплексн проблеми розвитку нац онально системи вищо осв ти та визначен стратег чн пр оритети реформування. Зд йснено анал з ефективност функц онування системи укра нських ВНЗ з огляду на сп вставлення витрати – результат ; виявлено недол ки управл ння системи ВНЗ Укра ни. Реформування вищо осв ти розгляда ться як нев д’ мна складова комплексно структурно модерн зац нац онального господарства у посткризовий пер од.
China’sDeep-spaceExplorationto2030  [PDF]
Zou,Yongliao,Li,Wei,Ouyang,Ziyuan
空间科学学报 , 2014, DOI: 10.11728/cjss2014.05.516
Abstract: Focusingonthekeyscientificquestionsofdeepspaceexplorationwhichincludetheoriginandevolutionofthesolarsystemanditsplanets,disastrousimpactontheEarthbythesolaractivitiesandsmallbodies,extraterrestriallife,thispaperputforwardaproposeabouttheroadmapandscientificobjectivesofChina'sDeep-spaceExplorationbefore2030.
Spatial Strategies of Urban Development: Rescaling and Territorialization in Post Reform China
J. Shen
The Open Urban Studies Journal , 2008, DOI: 10.2174/1874942900801010011]
Abstract: This paper considers the urban spatial changes in China as rescaling and territorialization processes. Decentralization has led to the emergence of localism in China, in a fashion similar to western cities but with unique features and context of a transitional economy. Acquiring urban status and expanding urban space have become a new strategy for lasting local development, resulting in a massive urban space re-organization in Chinese history. The case of China shows that the rescaling of the state and the city means relative changes in the roles of the central and local states. The central state continues to play an important role while the local states, the urban governments, actively engage in urban spatial changes for the local land, economic and financial interests.
Strategic planning for sustainable spatial, landscape and tourism development in Serbia  [PDF]
Maksin Marija,Miliji? Sa?a
Spatium , 2010, DOI: 10.2298/spat1023030m
Abstract: The paper presents an overview of the expected role of spatial and environmental planning in coordination and integration with strategic planning for sustainable spatial/territorial, landscape and tourism development. The application of an integrated approach to sustainable territorial development planning and management in the European Union is also analyzed in the context of problems associated with and possibilities to enhance the European Landscape Convention and Agenda for a sustainable and competitive European tourism implementation. We have analyzed the contributions of reforms that have so far been implemented in current legislation and of planning bases to the establishment of coordinated sustainable territorial development planning and management in Serbia and to the procurement of support for the integration of sustainable tourism development and landscape planning and management into the process of spatial, environmental and sectoral planning. The approach to and problems of landscape protection and sustainable tourism development occurring in the practice in spatial planning are analyzed through examples of a new generation of spatial plans - the Spatial Plan of the Republic of Serbia, and a spatial plan of the special-purpose area for the Nature Park and Tourism Region of Stara Planina Mountain. Through the example of Mt Stara Planina, the role of strategic environmental assessment in coordination with spatial and sectoral planning is analyzed, as well as potential contribution to landscape integration and sustainable tourism development in the process of planning. The possibilities for better coordination of Serbian strategic planning in achieving the sustainable spatial and tourism development, and possibilities to integrate landscapes into the planning process are indicated.
Radiology in 2030: A Guide for Strategic Planning
Sh. Akhlaghpoor
Iranian Journal of Radiology , 2008,
Abstract: Imaging science and technology are major contributors to the discovery of new knowledge in diagnosis and treatment of disease. Given such rapid past advances, is it not likely the future rate of progress will be at least as great? As part of the strategic plan is to estimate future change, it is necessary to have a vision for what will happen in radiology in next 20 years. There are several questions that we should find answer for them: 1. Which type of information clinicians will request from radiologists? 2. How will imaging devices of the future differ from those of the present? 3. What appearance might medical images of the future have? Only 30 years ago, radiologists depended heavily on plain radiographs, tomography, and catheter angiography.Presently, very high-resolution crosssectional imaging studies, four-dimensional sonography, and functional imaging techniques (such as brain activation studies and perfusion imaging) are common place. Physicians in the future will increasingly seek clinical information that is physiological, and not solely anatomical, in nature.Functional and molecular imaging will be the area of great development in future. Broadly, multidisciplinary, molecular imaging incorporates methods and concepts from molecular and cell biology, imaging sciences, chemistry, highthroughput"nbiology (eg, genomics, proteomics), nanotechnology, pharmacology, and bioinformatics. It is through molecular imaging that radiology is expected"nto play a critical role in advancing molecular medicine and potentially revolutionize patient care and biomedical research. Other promising options will be minimally invasive image-guided therapy and interventional radiology The convergence of molecular imaging and interventional radiology benefits both fields. This lecture is an effort to explain a roadmap for future in the field of Radiology.
Addressing cumulative effects in Strategic Environmental Assessment of spatial planning  [cached]
Chiara Bragagnolo,Davide Geneletti
Aestimum , 2012,
Abstract: Strategic environmental Assessment (SEA) is a decision support instrument for predicting and evaluating the likely environmental effects of implementing a policy, plan or programme. SEA can consider the cumulative impacts of more than one project or activity on the same environmen- tal component. This paper discusses the analysis of cumulative effects in SEA, with reference to spatial planning by: providing a review of key concepts and methods related to cumulative effects literature; presenting a rationale for the inclusion of cumulative effects in SEA of spatial plans; advancing a proposal to address cumulative effects in different SEA stages. The paper concludes that SEA offers the opportunity to support a better management of cumulative effects arising from many local-level spatial planning decisions. Three aspects emerged as critical to ensure good practices: the selection of valued environmental components, the adoption of future-oriented approaches, and the use of spatially-explicit information.
Formation of technologies for the solution of strategic problems of spatial development of urban planning systems / Формирование технологий решения стратегических задач пространственного развития градостроительных систем  [cached]
Yushkova N.G. / Юшкова Наталия Геннадиевна,Dolotova Yu.A. / Долотова Юлия Александровна,Terekhova I.P. / Терехова Ирина Петровна
Internet-Vestnik VolgGASU , 2006,
Abstract: The authors study the problems of urban planning sustainability of territory in the context of formation strategy of sustainable society. The paper reveals the factors increasing the sustainability of urban planning system and of its elements. The principles of controllability of territory-spatial system were formulated. / Исследуется проблемы градостроительной устойчивости территории в контексте стратегии формирования общества устойчивого развития. Выявлены факторы, повышающие устойчивость градостроительной системы и ее элементов. Сформулированы принципы управляемости территориально-пространственной системы.
Venturing into unknown territory: Strategic spatial planning in post-communist cities  [PDF]
Sasha Tsenkova
Urbani Izziv , 2011,
Abstract: Recent planning practice in post-communist cities indicates a growing interest in strategic spatial planning. In their search for new planning paradigms and more flexible approaches to city planning, municipalities in post-communist cities have embraced strategic planning as a way to involve residents, the business community and various stakeholders in defining a vision for the future. Drawing on the experience of six capital cities – Prague, St Petersburg, Vilnius, Sofia, Budapest and Riga – this article outlines the essential characteristics of the process (planning) and the product (a strategic plan). It establishes clear links between the strategic development process, its institutional framework and the hierarchical structure of goals, objectives and actions. Using a framework for strategic spatial planning in the context of rapid economic, social and governance change, the study evaluates the results of the process, focusing on “what” and “how” in the complex reality of planning. The framework applies the traditional strategic planning model, which establishes relationships between past, present and future to design alternative strategies for plan implementation, but in a much more unstable and unpredictable institutional environment. The research highlights the responsiveness of strategic planning to transition imperatives and its ability to define contextually appropriate multidimensional strategies for the spatial development of post-communist cities.
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