Publication year: 2008
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Border regions in Central Europe undergo tremendous changes due to the enlargement of the European Union and the related processes of Europeanization, bordering and re-bordering. The book explores the consequences of these processes for cross-border governance and spatial planning in Central Europe. It combines analyses of European and national framework conditions with case studies from border regions and cities in 8 countries. The focus is on generic questions of cross-border planning and cooperation as well as on selected sectors such as nature conservation, transport and economic development.
Subject: Earth and Environmental Science, Central Europe, Cross-border, European Union (EU), Governance, Institution, Policy, Spatial Planning, biosphere, environmental protection, nature conservation, sustainable development, transport, landscape, regional and urban planning, Political Science, Environmental Law, Policy, Ecojustice