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LANDSCAPE PLANNING IN UKRAINE: THE FIRST LANDSCAPE-PLANNING PROGRAM

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The paper presents the results of the first, in Ukraine; project on landscape planning widely accepted in European countries. Under the project implemented in 2010–2013, a landscape-planning program has been developed for the Cherkassy oblast. This is the first document of this kind in Ukraine. The program is mainly based on the experience of the German and Russian schools of landscape planning and on research and assessment conducted by the authors, which allowed identifying approaches to landscape planning, principles of the national policy, and characteristics and potential of environmentally friendly planning in Ukraine. The paper discusses the main phases of the work on the development of the landscape program for the oblast. It also identifies the main stages and key concepts and principles of landscape planning. The paper presents the results of integrated research on the identification and classification of conflicts in land use and the integral concept of the developmental goals for the oblast. The results can be the foundation for adopting management decisions and development of action plans for the lower hierarchal branches.

About the Authors

Leonid Rudenko

Ukraine
Institute of Geography, the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine; Ukraine, Kiev, 01034, Vladimirskaya Str, 44.


Alexandr Golubtsov

Ukraine
Institute of Geography, the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine; Ukraine, Kiev, 01034, Vladimirskaya Str, 44.


Sergei Lisovskyi

Ukraine
Institute of Geography, the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine; Ukraine, Kiev, 01034, Vladimirskaya Str, 44.


Evgenia Marunyak

Ukraine
Institute of Geography, the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine; Ukraine, Kiev, 01034, Vladimirskaya Str, 44.


Yuri Farion

Ukraine
Institute of Geography, the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine; Ukraine, Kiev, 01034, Vladimirskaya Str, 44.


Viktor Chekhniy

Russian Federation
Institute of Geography, the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine; Ukraine, Kiev, 01034, Vladimirskaya Str, 44
Tel: +38-044-2341451


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Rudenko L., Golubtsov A., Lisovskyi S., Marunyak E., Farion Y., Chekhniy V. LANDSCAPE PLANNING IN UKRAINE: THE FIRST LANDSCAPE-PLANNING PROGRAM. GEOGRAPHY, ENVIRONMENT, SUSTAINABILITY. 2013;6(4):91-102. https://doi.org/10.24057/2071-9388-2013-6-4-91-102

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