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1 Open Spaces in Emerging Megacities – Potential for Nature- Orientated Living Concepts for Recife, Brazil

2 Background Content: 1.Background 2.Aims 3.Pilot Project 4.Project Area 5.Expected Results 6.Implementation 7.Research Steps 8.Interdisciplinary Cooperation 9.Contact The challenges of future planning processes in megacities are linked to complex, innovative solutions that are based on sustainability and are aiming at an increasing quality of life, especially taking into account the development of Open Spaces. Important basics for these processes are sound and interdisciplinary scientific analyses.

3 Project Aims Development of instruments for evaluation and preservation of Open Spaces, their benefits and functions within the scope of urban expansion and change (for the City of Recife) Open Spaces: Forest, Mangrove, Rivers, Parks, Agricultural Areas, Fallow Land,… Benefits: Protection of Water, Soil, Climate, Wasser-, Boden-, Klimaschutz, location for Settlement Functions: Use of Natural Resources, Touristic Use, Recreation,… Content: 1.Background 2.Aims 3.Pilot Project 4.Project Area 5.Expected Results 6.Implementation 7.Research Steps 8.Interdisciplinary Cooperation 9.Contact

4 Project Aims Instruments to be created for the treatment of Open Spaces in emerging megacities in planning processes: Content: 1.Background 2.Aims 3.Pilot Project 4.Project Area 5.Expected Results 6.Implementation 7.Research Steps 8.Interdisciplinary Cooperation 9.Contact Development and application of ecological base planning strategies with guidelines for architectural and urban planning, socio-cultural conditions and economic demands

5 Content: 1.Background 2.Aims 3.Pilot Project 4.Project Area 5.Expected Results 6.Implementation 7.Research Steps 8.Interdisciplinary Cooperation 9.Contact Economical assessment of the functions of open spaces and their permanent changes, Validation of the developed methods in selected areas Project Aims Instruments to be created for the treatment of Open Spaces in emerging megacities in planning processes:

6 Content: 1.Background 2.Aims 3.Pilot Project 4.Project Area 5.Expected Results 6.Implementation 7.Research Steps 8.Interdisciplinary Cooperation 9.Contact Accelerated success by the full integration and participation of the counterparts and stakeholders during the whole planning process Instruments to be created for the treatment of Open Spaces in emerging megacities in planning processes: Project Aims

7 Content: 1.Background 2.Aims 3.Pilot Project 4.Project Area 5.Expected Results 6.Implementation 7.Research Steps 8.Interdisciplinary Cooperation 9.Contact Use of field research and digital methods, modelling of status quo and future scenarios Instruments to be created for the treatment of Open Spaces in emerging megacities in planning processes: Project Aims

8 Content: 1.Background 2.Aims 3.Pilot Project 4.Project Area 5.Expected Results 6.Implementation 7.Research Steps 8.Interdisciplinary Cooperation 9.Contact Consideration of the dynamic change of Open Spaces according to different development patterns Instruments to be created for the treatment of Open Spaces in emerging megacities in planning processes: Project Aims

9 Pilot Project The Pilot Project (2005-2007) shall fulfill the following criteria: Content: 1.Background 2.Aims 3.Pilot Project 4.Project Area 5.Expected Results 6.Implementation 7.Research Steps 8.Interdisciplinary Cooperation 9.Contact Validation of the planning tools for existing and future Open Spaces in the pilot area Acquisition of field data and first concrete implementation of results, monitoring of accompanying measures Establishment of the interdisciplinary and binational research approach

10 Metropolitan Area of Recife Area: 2800 km² 14 Districts Content: 1.Background 2.Aims 3.Pilot Project 4.Project Area 5.Expected Results 6.Implementation 7.Research Steps 8.Interdisciplinary Cooperation 9.Contact Project Area Federal State of Pernambuco Area: 98,281 km 2 Inhabitants: 7,360,900

11 Mangrove PE, 2000 Building Density Pilot Project Area Content: 1.Background 2.Aims 3.Pilot Project 4.Project Area 5.Expected Results 6.Implementation 7.Research Steps 8.Interdisciplinary Cooperation 9.Contact

12 Content: 1.Background 2.Aims 3.Pilot Project 4.Project Area 5.Expected Results 6.Implementation 7.Research Steps 8.Interdisciplinary Cooperation 9.Contact Pilot Project Area The chosen area for the Pilot Project (2005-2007) is located in the North of Recife, in the district of Apipucos, one of the Hotspots of the Governmental Planning in Recife, where different types of settlements and a great variety of open spaces are adjoined.

13 Source: CONDEPE-FIDEM Pilot Project Area

14 Source: CONDEPE-FIDEM Content: 1.Background 2.Aims 3.Pilot Project 4.Project Area 5.Expected Results 6.Implementation 7.Research Steps 8.Interdisciplinary Cooperation 9.Contact Pilot Project Area – Land use

15 Expected Results of Pilot Project Content: 1.Background 2.Aims 3.Pilot Project 4.Project Area 5.Expected Results 6.Implementation 7.Research Steps 8.Interdisciplinary Cooperation 9.Contact Population acceptance, sustainability of the implemented changes and a realistic funding concept Validity analysis of collected and derived information regarding relevant factors Development of a planning tool based on the links between ecology, city planning and stakeholder interests Creation of different scenarios for ecological city planning Establishing a network of cooperating institutions and participating stakeholders; capacity building

16 Joint Implementation Content: 1.Background 2.Aims 3.Pilot Project 4.Project Area 5.Expected Results 6.Implementation 7.Research Steps 8.Interdisciplinary Cooperation 9.Contact An important goal is the establishment of a dynamic adaptive planning process with permanent feedback to local stakeholders as well as a good communication between the research partners. The first results will be implemented at the end of the first two-year project phase. All project activities are accomplished in close cooperation with the city of Recife, while actively participating in town planning activities and projects.

17 Planned Research Steps Evaluation of the results Governance Structures Spatial Decision Support System Information (GIS) Modelling Stakeholder- Analysis Principal- Agent Structures Spatial Management Status Analysis Ecological Function Social Function Economic Function Model of open Space utilization Competition of Use Interrelation- ships Factorial Analysis Capacity building Evaluation of Planning Potential Content: 1.Background 2.Aims 3.Pilot Project 4.Project Area 5.Expected Results 6.Implementation 7.Research Steps 8.Interdisciplinary Cooperation 9.Contact

18 Course of Action 1.Data Collection and Documentation 2.Evaluation 3.Identification of Influencing Factors 4.Observation of Changes 5.Scenario Development 6.Development and Implementation of Instruments and Action Alternatives 7.Setup of Monitoring System The seven work steps will be controlled and influenced by every working group Content: 1.Background 2.Aims 3.Pilot Project 4.Project Area 5.Expected Results 6.Implementation 7.Research Steps 8.Interdisciplinary Cooperation 9.Contact

19 The inter-disciplinary approach of social, human and natural sciences has the following research fields, each of them combines Brazilian and German Researchers: –Urban Geography –Applied Sociological Research –Urban Planning –Physical Geography –Biodiversity, Ecology –Urban and Periurban Agriculture –Urban Forestry –GIS, System Analysis and Integration Interdisciplinary Cooperation Content: 1.Background 2.Aims 3.Pilot Project 4.Project Area 5.Expected Results 6.Implementation 7.Research Steps 8.Interdisciplinary Cooperation 9.Contact

20 Cooperation Partners in Brazil SECTMA Secretaria de Ciência e Tecnologia de Pernambuco Secretaria de Tecnologia e Inovação CONDEPE-FIDEM Agência Estadual de Planejamento e Pesquisas de Pernambuco CPRH Centro Pernambucano de Recursos Hídricos e Meio Ambiente Fundação Joaquim Nabuco Prefeitura do Recife Universidade de Pernambuco Universidade Federal de Pernambuco Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco Content: 1.Background 2.Aims 3.Pilot Project 4.Project Area 5.Expected Results 6.Implementation 7.Research Steps 8.Interdisciplinary Cooperation 9.Contact

21 German Research Team Prof. Dr. Martin Coy, University of Innsbruck Prof. Dr. Hartmut Gaese, University of Applied Sciences Cologne Prof. Dr. Jürgen Heinrich, University of Leipzig Prof. Dr. Marc Janssens, University of Bonn Dr. Stefan Klotz, UFZ Leipzig Prof. Dr. Wilfried Morawetz, University of Leipzig Prof. Johannes Ringel, University of Leipzig Prof. Dr. Jackson Roehrig, University of Applied Sciences Cologne Prof. Dr. Jürgen Pretsch, Dresden University of Technology Prof. Dr. Herbert Schubert, University of Applied Sciences Cologne Content: 1.Background 2.Aims 3.Pilot Project 4.Project Area 5.Expected Results 6.Implementation 7.Research Steps 8.Interdisciplinary Cooperation 9.Contact

22 Brazilian Research Team Brazilian coordinator: Prof. Dr. Ana Maria Benko- Iseppon, Federal University of Pernambuco Prof. Dr. Edvânia Tôrres Aguiar Gomes, Federal University of Pernambuco Helenilda Cavalcanti, Foundation Joaquim Nabuco Prof. Dr. Ruskin Freitas, Federal University of Pernambuco Paulo Carvalho, Federal Research and Planning Agency Prof. Dr. Margareth M. Alheiros, Federal University of Pernambuco Prof. Isabelle Meunier, Federal Rural University of Pernambuco Content: 1.Background 2.Aims 3.Pilot Project 4.Project Area 5.Expected Results 6.Implementation 7.Research Steps 8.Interdisciplinary Cooperation 9.Contact

23 Contact General Coordination Prof. Dr. Wilfried Morawetz University of Leipzig Germany phone: +49-341-97-38576 Prof. Dr. Hartmut Gaese University of Applied Sciences Cologne, Germany phone: +49-221-8275-2774 Content: 1.Background 2.Aims 3.Pilot Project 4.Project Area 5.Expected Results 6.Implementation 7.Research Steps 8.Interdisciplinary Cooperation 9.Contact Homepage: www.uni-leipzig.de/megacities Executive Coordination Leipzig Dr. Jens Wesenberg University of Leipzig Germany phone: +49-341-97-38576 wesenb@uni-leipzig.de Brazilian Coordination Prof. Dr. Ana Maria Benko-Iseppon Federal University of Pernambuco Brazil phone: +81 2126 8521 celisep@hotlink.com.br Executive Coordination Cologne Simone Sandholz University of Applied Sciences Cologne Germany phone: +49-221-8275-2774 simone.sandholz@fh-koeln.de


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