Urban planning scenarios for anticipating landscape connectivity changes

The BiodiverCité project applied participatory urban planning scenarios with stakeholders for anticipating landscape ecological impacts of urban changes in the metropolitan area of Bordeaux (France).

The co-construction of scenarios from a multiplicity of stakeholders’ point of view aimed at estimating their impacts on landscape connectivity for animal species. these scenarios included dimensions relating to urban development, landscape ecological configurations and planning governance. Through the differentiated
effects of scenarios according to urban development schemes and/or actions in favor of the biodiversity preservation, this project allowed a critical feedback on policy decisions and actions towards anticipative strategies for sustainable urban landscapes at the metropolitan scale.

Project facts

France

Nouvelle-Aquitaine

2018

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Yohan Sahraoui

Project leader

15 februari 2021 15:30:00

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Urban planning scenarios for anticipating landscape connectivity changes

Resources

Sahraoui Y. de Godoy Leski C., Benot M-L., Revers F., Salles D., Van-Halder I., Barneix M., Carassou L., 2021. Integrating ecological networks modelling in a participatory approach for assessing impacts of planning scenarios on landscape connectivity, Landscape and Urban Planning, 209 : 104039.

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Yohan Sahraoui

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Yohan Sahraoui

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Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 
Main ecosystems 
Scale
Urban areas
Suburban landscape
A large landscape or city scape (e.g. Sao Paulo <50 km on edge)