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Neuzugänge und aktuelles periodisches Schrifttum zur Raum- und Siedlungsentwicklung aus der Bibliothek des Bundesamts für Bauwesen und Raumordnung

, International, Strukturpolitik, EU, Fondsfinanzierung, Problemraum, Agrarpolitik, Arbeitsmarktpolitik, Wirtschaftswachstum, Zukunft Mittelosteuropa, Irland, Griechenland, Großbritannien 4.6 Raumwirksame europäische Fachpolitiken Petersen, Rudolf; Böhler, Susanne; Dalkmann, Holger; Ahrens, Andreas Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy GmbH (Bearb.); Ökopol Hamburg (Bearb.); Federal Environmental Agency, Berlin (Hrsg., Auftr.); Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, Bonn (Auftr.); Latvia, Ministry of

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Tools for Resilience Building and Adaptive Spatial Governance
Challenges for Spatial and Urban Planning in Dealing with Vulnerability

initiated in the context of the programmes: "Spatial development strategies for climate change" Modellvorhaben der Raumentwicklung (MORO), Raumentwicklungsstrategien zum Klimawandel; see 12.04.2012). and "Urban strategies on climate change" Experimenteller Wohnungs- und Städtebau (ExWoSt), Urbane Strategien zum Klimawandel; see 12.04.2012). as well as larger projects in the BMBF-programmes "klimazwei" (Research for climate protection and protection from climate impacts) See http

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Vulnerability Through Resilience?
An Example of the Counterproductive Effects of Spatially Related Governance in Hamburg-Wilhelmsburg

1 Introduction From a social constructivist perspective, human handling of endangerments cannot be considered in isolation from the modes of perception that form the basis for the assessment of the endangerments. Perceptions of endangerments should also not only be seen in terms of dependence on the circumstances of spatial situation, for instance whether a place of residence is close to a nuclear power plant. They must also be considered in relation to the changeable historical, social and cultural contexts in which they emerge (see Christmann/Ibert in this

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Vulnerability and Resilience in a Socio-Spatial Perspective
A Social-Scientific Approach

actions can either be determined a priori through mathematical operations or ex post by evaluating past experiences. Luhmann (1991) in contrast sees danger as the counterpart to risk. Decisive here is the attribution of unwished consequences of action: are they attributed to the decision-making system itself (risk: I'm moving next door to a nuclear energy plant) or are they attributed to the environment of the system (danger: a nuclear energy plant is being built next to my house)? In this way a system cannot avoid producing risks for itself and dangers for its

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