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RECOGNITION OF SUPRANATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL GOALS IN SUBNATIONAL LAND USE PLANNING


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Title: RECOGNITION OF SUPRANATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL GOALS IN SUBNATIONAL LAND USE PLANNING
Authors: Oidjärv, Tiit
Issue Date: 2-Jul-2021
Degree: Student essay
Keywords: Environmental policy
Environmental Goals
Land use planning
Spatial planning
European Green Deal
Multi-level governance
Pragmatism in planning
Estonia
Finland
Abstract: Environmental goals are often agreed upon on the international level. Local municipality land use planning can contribute to various overall environmental goals, including those necessary to reach the European Green Deal. In the current research, links between the supranational and local level activities were analysed using multi-level governance frameworks and pragmatist planning theories. A quantitative survey in the current research, addressing Estonian and Finnish land use planners, reveale... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/69030
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