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Hållbara prioriteringar - En fallstudie av hållbarhetsmål i planeringsprocessen i Kristianstads kommun

Adell Duveborn, Maja LU (2019) SGEL36 20191
Department of Human Geography
Abstract
Sustainable development is the goal to which we strive, and the goals and strategies are many for the communal planners. But how do they prioritize between the three different sustainability dimensions? What happens when there are on goal to decrease car traffic and then another of creating a lively countryside? The aim of this thesis is to further examine these types of questions. Through a case study of Kristianstads kommun where planning documents such as the master plan, planning strategies and zoning plans have been studied. This will be understood through a broad theoretical framework of the concept of sustainable development, Scott D. Campbell’s planner’s triangle, decoupling and previous studies of the subject. By a combined... (More)
Sustainable development is the goal to which we strive, and the goals and strategies are many for the communal planners. But how do they prioritize between the three different sustainability dimensions? What happens when there are on goal to decrease car traffic and then another of creating a lively countryside? The aim of this thesis is to further examine these types of questions. Through a case study of Kristianstads kommun where planning documents such as the master plan, planning strategies and zoning plans have been studied. This will be understood through a broad theoretical framework of the concept of sustainable development, Scott D. Campbell’s planner’s triangle, decoupling and previous studies of the subject. By a combined qualitative and quantitative research method the study concluded that in Kristianstad the planners tend to prioritize the ecological dimension. Even if goals for the other two dimensions exist the ecological dimension is the one that follows through all the way from master plan and long-term visions down to the details of the zoning plans. (Less)
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author
Adell Duveborn, Maja LU
supervisor
organization
course
SGEL36 20191
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Hållbar utveckling, Hållbarhetsmål, Kommunal planering, Särkoppling, Kristianstad
language
Swedish
id
8992163
date added to LUP
2019-08-27 13:58:47
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2019-08-27 13:58:47
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  abstract     = {Sustainable development is the goal to which we strive, and the goals and strategies are many for the communal planners. But how do they prioritize between the three different sustainability dimensions? What happens when there are on goal to decrease car traffic and then another of creating a lively countryside? The aim of this thesis is to further examine these types of questions. Through a case study of Kristianstads kommun where planning documents such as the master plan, planning strategies and zoning plans have been studied. This will be understood through a broad theoretical framework of the concept of sustainable development, Scott D. Campbell’s planner’s triangle, decoupling and previous studies of the subject. By a combined qualitative and quantitative research method the study concluded that in Kristianstad the planners tend to prioritize the ecological dimension. Even if goals for the other two dimensions exist the ecological dimension is the one that follows through all the way from master plan and long-term visions down to the details of the zoning plans.},
  author       = {Adell Duveborn, Maja},
  keyword      = {Hållbar utveckling,Hållbarhetsmål,Kommunal planering,Särkoppling,Kristianstad},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Hållbara prioriteringar - En fallstudie av hållbarhetsmål i planeringsprocessen i Kristianstads kommun},
  year         = {2019},
}