Environmental democracy & sustainable spatial planning

12.10.2021 - GENEVA

Second side event co-organized by Arnika at the Seventh Meeting of the Parties to the Aarhus Convention

Agenda: Conflict between private and public interests ▪ Experience of the public in the Czech Republic, Serbia and Ukraine ▪ Regional cooperation ▪ Participative approach for reusing vacant urban spaces ▪ Creating tools for generating the commons ▪ Discussion

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Presentations & Speakers:

Mark Gottdiener, Professor at Buffalo University (USA):
Introductory word: The contradiction at the heart of urban planning: Participation in the production of space

Michal Lehečka, AutoMat (Czech Republic):
Bright prospects? Participatory planning and large developments in Prague

 

Iva Čukić, Ministarstvo Prostoru (Serbia):
The democratization of urban planning in Belgrade

 

Yegor Firsov, Office for the Environment (Ukraine):
How Kyiv community fights for green zones and access to water

 

Jorge Mosquera, AGORA:
Participative approach for recovering and reusing vacant or underused urban spaces

 

Yilmaz Vurucu, Eutropian:
gE.CO Living Lab: Creating tools for generating the commons

 

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