12.00 - 13.30

Session 15. Spatial Quality and Planning

Spatial planning has proven to be a strong tool to implement long term thinking in daily city practice. Current spatial planning makes a strong division between 'green' and 'red', which makes a clear and hard distinction between areas for nature versus areas for human-related functions. When we are working towards Nature-based Solutions in our city practices and Nature–Inclusive designs, what does that mean for spatial planning? Do we have alternatives for the hard distinction of 'green' vs 'red' in our spatial planning?


Speakers line-up:


hannalarapalsdottir

Hanna Lára Pálsdóttir

Program leader Biobased Bouwen at The Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations
brambuscher

Bram Büscher

Professor and Chair, Sociology of Development and Change at WUR
davidvanzelmvaneldik

David van Zelm van Eldik

Moderator

Hanna Lára Pálsdóttir is program leader at The Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations.

Bram Büscher is Professor and Chair, Sociology of Development and Change at Wageningen University & Research centre.

David van Zelm van Eldik is program leader ONS Landschap at The Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations.

Session partner



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