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Hållbar kustplanering i förhållande till stigande havsnivåer – En studie om Ystads kommun

Taskoska, Katarina LU (2018) SGEL36 20181
Department of Human Geography
Abstract
Climate change is a global problem that can have negative effects on coastal areas. This study aims to examine if the coast of Ystad municipality is planned according to the laws of sustainable development and the three sustainability dimensions. The study investigates if all dimensions are prioritized equally, and if there are any conflicts that occur when planning this way. Furthermore, it seeks to find answers to why the coast is planned the way it is, in relation to rising sea-levels. The questions at issue are examined through various document analyses and a case study of Ystad municipality.

Ystad municipality is planning according to the certain prerequisites of every specific area along the coast. The municipality is... (More)
Climate change is a global problem that can have negative effects on coastal areas. This study aims to examine if the coast of Ystad municipality is planned according to the laws of sustainable development and the three sustainability dimensions. The study investigates if all dimensions are prioritized equally, and if there are any conflicts that occur when planning this way. Furthermore, it seeks to find answers to why the coast is planned the way it is, in relation to rising sea-levels. The questions at issue are examined through various document analyses and a case study of Ystad municipality.

Ystad municipality is planning according to the certain prerequisites of every specific area along the coast. The municipality is implementing different coastal strategies according to the need of the specific coastal environment that exists. The dimension that has received the most focus, throughout the coastal planning is, the ecological dimension, due to the fact that the municipality considers it to be the most important for reaching sustainable development. (Less)
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author
Taskoska, Katarina LU
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organization
course
SGEL36 20181
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Rising sea-levels, Climate change, Sustainable development, Coastal planning, Ystad municipality
language
Swedish
id
8942077
date added to LUP
2018-06-04 11:25:20
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2018-06-04 11:25:20
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  abstract     = {Climate change is a global problem that can have negative effects on coastal areas. This study aims to examine if the coast of Ystad municipality is planned according to the laws of sustainable development and the three sustainability dimensions. The study investigates if all dimensions are prioritized equally, and if there are any conflicts that occur when planning this way. Furthermore, it seeks to find answers to why the coast is planned the way it is, in relation to rising sea-levels. The questions at issue are examined through various document analyses and a case study of Ystad municipality. 

Ystad municipality is planning according to the certain prerequisites of every specific area along the coast. The municipality is implementing different coastal strategies according to the need of the specific coastal environment that exists. The dimension that has received the most focus, throughout the coastal planning is, the ecological dimension, due to the fact that the municipality considers it to be the most important for reaching sustainable development.},
  author       = {Taskoska, Katarina},
  keyword      = {Rising sea-levels,Climate change,Sustainable development,Coastal planning,Ystad municipality},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Hållbar kustplanering i förhållande till stigande havsnivåer – En studie om Ystads kommun},
  year         = {2018},
}