WIT Press


The Impact Of The Potential Risks Of The Implementation Of Instruments For Environmental Area Management On The Development Of Urban Settlement

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/EID140081

Volume

181

Pages

11

Page Range

91 - 101

Published

2014

Size

356 kb

Author(s)

J. Betáková, M. Lorko & J. Dvorský

Abstract

Complex permanently sustainable area development is not possible without the application of effective developmental policy. It is necessary to supply the optimization of environmental, social, economic and spatial aspects of the area development, of which cumulative and synergistic effects and impacts are seen especially in spatial planning. The main task of the spatial planning is to create the conditions for the application of environmental management aiming to use the potential of the area for permanently sustainable development too. Environmental management is market-oriented, developmental, aim-oriented process covering various sectional interests, plans and strategies with the aim to make an integrated concept of permanently sustainable area development. The aim of the research was the assessment of potential risks within the implementation of selected environmental management instruments and their impact on permanently sustainable development of urban settlement as well as to develop the recommendations in order to make this action more effective. We used an examination of environmental management individual instruments’ effectiveness to supply permanent sustainable area development in this process. Based on the analysis, we concluded that environmental management individual instruments are clearly overlapped with pursued aims, principles as well as in procedural and institutional aspects. By analyzing and evaluating their effectiveness, we concluded that their functionality is not sufficient. Keywords: ecology, environmental area management, urban settlement.

Keywords

ecology, environmental area management, urban settlement.