Abstract Problems associated with the impending climate change are diverse and complex in their nature. The complexity of these climate issues can apply to an environmental contexts, and is further faceted when social contexts are added to the mix. The interconnection of problems arising from this becomes further important for climate-adaptation planners to understand. In this report we focus on the urban climate adaptation. In this range of possible issues our specific subject of research, Fremtidens Gårdhave ved Skt. Kjelds Plads, is a part of the urban renewal and climate adaptation project in Klimakvarteret, Outer Østerbro. In this climate adaptation project, Copenhagen Municipality is - among other things in this area - focusing on transforming courtyards into areas with higher capacity to withstand greater rainfall and flooding in the years to come. These courtyards being private property, and the projects being mainly about adapting to climate change - a subject which our case indicates, the residents in the courtyard care little about - reveals a cumbersome case for the facilitating stakeholders. Approaching this case we have performed a position-analysis of the relevant stakeholders by applying communicative planning theory and theory of complexity. This is done to illuminate the different positions that stakeholders have taken, upholded and negotiated about, throughout the process of the project. We conclude that the stakeholders assume most of the same positions but the negotiation between some few positions could not happen, because of different major interests and apparently also because of the non-awareness of unforeseen obstacles and lack of communication and clarity.
|Uddannelser||TekSam - miljøplanlægning, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor el. kandidat|
|Udgivelsesdato||22 jan. 2015|
- Skt. Kjelds Kvarter
- Kommunikativ planlægning
- Fremtidens Gårdhave