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How to translate sustainabilityinto action plans in rural areas –Case Project “Garden of Metropolises”Peter AdolphiAcademy...
How to translate sustainabilityinto action plans in rural areas –Case Project “Garden of Metropolises”1. Globalization & U...
How to translate sustainabilityinto action plans in rural areas –Case Project “Garden of Metropolises”Sustainability (pers...
1. Mecklenburg-Vorpommern – the dominant gap of the map             density of population                           debsit...
1. Mecklenburg-Vorpommern – the dominant gap of the mappopulation development     reachability of cities
1. Mecklenburg-Vorpommern – the dominant gap of the map employment in industry   employment in service   regular income
1. Mecklenburg-Vorpommern – the dominant gap of the mapspatial planning mission statement: growth & innovation            ...
1. The gap of the map - but• beautiful landscapes including rich potentials  (energy, food, tourism) – without people ?• d...
2. Rural Areas in Central Europe & Renewable Energies                              „renewable“ instead of fossil fuels    ...
3. (Bio)EnergyVillages – a path to participation
3. (Bio)EnergyVillages – a path to participation
• participation                          • innovation• efficiency / reduced consumption                                 • ...
3. (Bio)EnergyVillages – a path to participationCapital flows for fossil fuels out of Germany(gas, oil and coal):         ...
4. Energy & Food – Chances for Re-Regionalization
What is „Garden of the Metropolises“ standing for ?Why do we think that it is sustainable ?• Re-Regionalisation lowers cul...
5. Can Regionalization Guarantee Sustainability ?• Revitalisation of rural areas needs the development of genuine  autocht...
More Satisfaction With Less Resource Consumption –Sustainability is not guaranteed – but it is more likely bynumerous indi...
How to Translate Sustainability into Action Plans in Rural Areas - Case Project Garden of Metropolis / Peter Adolphi
How to Translate Sustainability into Action Plans in Rural Areas - Case Project Garden of Metropolis / Peter Adolphi
How to Translate Sustainability into Action Plans in Rural Areas - Case Project Garden of Metropolis / Peter Adolphi
How to Translate Sustainability into Action Plans in Rural Areas - Case Project Garden of Metropolis / Peter Adolphi
How to Translate Sustainability into Action Plans in Rural Areas - Case Project Garden of Metropolis / Peter Adolphi
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How to Translate Sustainability into Action Plans in Rural Areas - Case Project Garden of Metropolis / Peter Adolphi

  1. 1. How to translate sustainabilityinto action plans in rural areas –Case Project “Garden of Metropolises”Peter AdolphiAcademy for Sustainable Development Mecklenburg-VorpommernSITRA Sustainable Economy Forum – Berlin - November 2012Global and Local Perspectives on the Transition towards SustainabilityHotel Berlin – 8 November 2012
  2. 2. How to translate sustainabilityinto action plans in rural areas –Case Project “Garden of Metropolises”1. Globalization & Urbanization vs. Emptiness ?2. Rural Areas in Central Europe & Renewable Energies3. (Bio)EnergyVillages – A Path To Participation4. Energy & Food – Chances for Re-Regionalization5. Can Regionalization Guarantee Sustainability ?
  3. 3. How to translate sustainabilityinto action plans in rural areas –Case Project “Garden of Metropolises”Sustainability (personal definition):More Satisfaction With Less Resource ConsumptionRecent situation in rural areas:Less Satisfaction with enhanced Resource Consumption
  4. 4. 1. Mecklenburg-Vorpommern – the dominant gap of the map density of population debsity of population
  5. 5. 1. Mecklenburg-Vorpommern – the dominant gap of the mappopulation development reachability of cities
  6. 6. 1. Mecklenburg-Vorpommern – the dominant gap of the map employment in industry employment in service regular income
  7. 7. 1. Mecklenburg-Vorpommern – the dominant gap of the mapspatial planning mission statement: growth & innovation diction: „areas to be stabilized“ (!) the “gap” between Berlin, Hamburg ,Szczecin • without function ? • without resources ? • without options ? • eroding ? • where do we go to ?
  8. 8. 1. The gap of the map - but• beautiful landscapes including rich potentials (energy, food, tourism) – without people ?• demographic change of high gradient,• exemplarily for many similar rural regions (urbanization)• sustainable infrastructure needs new orientation→ What can be done by communes ?…
  9. 9. 2. Rural Areas in Central Europe & Renewable Energies „renewable“ instead of fossil fuels & nuclear power i.e.: • area instead of deposits • productivity instead of time • decentralised instead of centralised • functional change of net •… •„plate vs. tank“? • increasing pressure on area !
  10. 10. 3. (Bio)EnergyVillages – a path to participation
  11. 11. 3. (Bio)EnergyVillages – a path to participation
  12. 12. • participation • innovation• efficiency / reduced consumption • heat • electricity • sustainable land use
  13. 13. 3. (Bio)EnergyVillages – a path to participationCapital flows for fossil fuels out of Germany(gas, oil and coal): downscaled for Pasewalk – 2000: 32,3 Mrd. Euro  2000: 4,5 Mio. € self supply – 2005: 51,3 Mrd. Euro  2005: 7,1 Mio. € develops – 2008: 83,6 Mrd. Euro  2008: 11,6 Mio. € communal  2010: self determination – 2010: 63,2 Mrd. Euro 8,7 Mio. € (Quelle: Statistisches Bundesamt) (bezogen auf 11.319 Einwohner, Stand zum 31.12.2010; Quelle: Statistisches Landesamt M-V)
  14. 14. 4. Energy & Food – Chances for Re-Regionalization
  15. 15. What is „Garden of the Metropolises“ standing for ?Why do we think that it is sustainable ?• Re-Regionalisation lowers cultural and personal alienation• New rural-urban alliances grow• i.e.: • numerous individual entrepreneurships dig forgotten (hidden) treasures • empowerment of citizens enhances efficiency in the national economics scale• sustainability is more likely by • minimisation of transportation (resources) • low scale lowers dependence on global volatility
  16. 16. 5. Can Regionalization Guarantee Sustainability ?• Revitalisation of rural areas needs the development of genuine autochthonous added value instead of “financial breathing”• energy• food• services•…• cultural change !• „Stabilisierungsraum“ ? - feed instead of being fed !
  17. 17. More Satisfaction With Less Resource Consumption –Sustainability is not guaranteed – but it is more likely bynumerous individual perspectives

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