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M. Breiling, G. Ruland:
"The Vienna Green Belt: from local protection to a regional concept";
in: "Urban Green Belts in the Twenty first Century", M. Amati (Hrg.); herausgegeben von: Ashgate; Ashgate, Farnham UK, 2008, ISBN: 978-0-7546-4959-5, S. 167 - 184.



Kurzfassung deutsch:
Die Geschichte des Wiener Grüngürtels angefangen von seiner Entstehung vor rund 150 Jahren und seiner wechselhaften Entwicklung mit zahlreichen Nutzungsänderungen wird einer internationalen Leserschaft näher gebracht und in einen internationalen Kontext gesetzt.

Kurzfassung englisch:
The Vienna greenbelt is one of the oldest urban green belts in the world. Already 150 years ago the Viennese citizens realized that an effective protection of urban green was needed for Vienna. The protection of the “Wienerwald,” the first of the five landscapes of the Vienna greenbelt, was the first step. By 1905, four additional landscapes – Bisamberg, Marchfeld, Donauraum, Terrassenlandschaft – had become part of what was then called the Viennese forest and meadows belt (Wiener Gemeinderat, 1905). Later, the aim was to protect single smaller green areas and to unify them with the growing green belt of Vienna. Today, the Vienna green belt comprises about the half of Vienna. While the protection of the green belt was realized at an early stage, a connection with the limited urban green in the central parts of Vienna within this green belt has not yet happened. This remains a target for the future, similar to the integration of the green belt within a larger regional setting: either the twin city concept Vienna-Bratislava or the even larger concept of the CENTROPE region.

Schlagworte:
green belt, urban open space, urban development, local protection, regional development

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