Based on the explorative approach in this thesis’ problem, Roskilde Municipality’s planning and practical challenges associated with climate adaptation of the small town of Gadstrup is studied. Through qualitative interviews with local partners, as well as map data, concluding with the theory of “wicked” problems that the administration of Roskilde municipality needs to change its approach to planning. They need to strengthen citizen-cooperation, so that in the future they can provide greater resilience, in their projects by maximizing the amount of qualitative inputs and spread the investment over several stakeholders Suggestions are made on how such a solution might look like and what complications there will be in the future planning work.
|Educations||TekSam - Technological and Socio-Economic Planning, (Bachelor/Graduate Programme) Graduate|
|Publication date||8 Feb 2016|
|Supervisors||Ole Erik Hansen|
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