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Vulnerability Through Resilience?

An Example of the Counterproductive Effects of Spatially Related Governance in Hamburg-Wilhelmsburg

Tobias Schmidt

issue). For example, the perception of the danger of nuclear power can change abruptly after a disaster like Chernobyl or Fukushima. Different perceptions of hazardous situations and appropriate ways of dealing with them can lead to counterproductive effects when joint action approaches are to be developed (see Christmann/Ibert/Kilper et al. 2011 ). This can be empirically demonstrated using the example of the "International Building Exhibition Hamburg-Wilhelmsburg" (" Internationale Bauausstellung Hamburg-Wilhelmsburg" : IBA). In a cooperative collaboration

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Georg Schiller, Andreas Blum and Martin Behnisch

ecologic system of the Earth as well as of our solar system which are directly or indirectly used by man or may be used or which provide the basis of man's life and survival as well as man's economic management and man's co-existence with nature. Among this there count e. g. functions such as climate stability, protection from hazardous radiation by the ozone layer, the capacity of absorbing harmful substances, the stability and regeneration capacity of natural, species-rich habitats and solar radiation. In the stricter sense, by natural resources we mean on the one hand