Extended Deadline: Survey on Policy Making and Spatial Planning for Reducing Ecosystem Services Trade-offs in Peri-urban Landscapes

Dear Colleagues,

Our colleagues from Martin Luther University, Germany (dr. Marcin Spyra and dr. Nica Claudia Calo), CONICET National Scientific and Technical Research Council, Argentina (dr. Guillermo J. Martinez Pastur) and University of Catania, Italy (Prof. dr. Daniele La Rosa) are working on the study titled “Policy making and spatial planning for reducing ecosystem services trade-offs in peri-urban landscapes”.

To facilitate this study, they prepared an on-line survey. Objectives of the study and survey are:

  • To identify existing shortcomings, concerning to how ecosystem services (ES) trade-offs in peri-urban landscapes (PULs) are addressed by policy instruments and planning documents on the regional level;
  • To describe good practices (GP) related to governance and planning of ES trade-offs in PULs

Majority of the questions in the survey are closed, however a comprehensive work on this survey might take up to 40 minutes. Before start working on this survey please prepare basic information concerning to:

  • binding policy instrument related to your whole region, which address (or is supposed to) ES trade-offs in PULs;
  • binding planning document related to your whole region, which address (or is supposed to) ES trade-offs in PULs;
  • Good Practice from your region, which is related to policy making and planning of ES trade-offs in PULs.

Please fill the survey till the 9th of October 2020.

Thank you very much for your time!

You find the survey here.


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