Green Space System Planning Based on the Green Infrastructure - A Case Study of Ji´An, China

dc.contributor.authorFang, Zhuojun
dc.contributor.authorGeng, Hong
dc.descriptionBook of proceedings: Annual AESOP Congress, Spaces of Dialog for Places of Dignity, Lisbon, 11-14th July, 2017en
dc.description.abstractWith the rapid promotion of China’s urbanization, problems of rapid urbanization gradually threaten the healthy and sustainable development of the city. The theory and method of the traditional green space system planning is difficult to meet the basic requirement for modern cities, which embodies in: 1) Evaluates urban green space system planning and construction of urban green space by the green index, resulting in result in low benefit of many urban green space system planning; 2) Planning is mainly confined to the built-up area, and lack of consideration on the regional ecological integrity and the relationship between green spaces inside and outside the city. The green space system planning within the region is difficult to implement; 3) Lacks of mechanism to promote the effective participation of multisubject. Planning Text often one-sided emphasizes on the harmony between human and nature, but lacks of the powerful means of space construction; 4) Green spaces and other construction sites are placed together and isolated in the city, and the result is that green spaces have been eroded by construction sites. Therefore, the green space system planning in the new period must break through the limitations of the traditional green space system planning. The layout of the green space system must be based on the principles of Urban and Rural planning and ecological construction, and consider the green spaces within and outside the city integrated, systematic and ecological. This requires planning workers not only to consider problems with macroscopic spatial and temporal scale, but also implement specific work of meso and micro level. We should fully grasp the structure and function, form and elements of green space in a specific urban and rural environment, to make the artificial environment and the natural environment to form a coordinated system.
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dc.sourceBook of proceedings : Spaces of Dialog for Places of Dignity, Lisbon 11-14th July 2017en
dc.titleGreen Space System Planning Based on the Green Infrastructure - A Case Study of Ji´An, China
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