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Towards sustainable territories-in-between: a multidimensional typology of open spaces in Europe. / Wandl, Alexander; Rooij, Remon; Rocco, Roberto .

In: Planning Practice and Research, Vol. 32, No. 1, 2017, p. 55-84.

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abstract = "To improve the ecosystem service provided by open spaces in dispersed urban areas is a key challenge for sustainable spatial development in Europe. The typology presented in this article illustrates the different potentials that open spaces in territories-in-between have across 10 cases in Europe. Unlike other typologies, neither function nor form is used for the classification, but the potential interaction of open spaces with social, technical and ecological networks. Therefore, the typology informs regional spatial planning and design about the potential ecosystem services in networked urban regions. Thereby the importance of territories-in-between, which are often neglected by mainstream spatial planning and design, for sustainable development is highlighted.",
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