Stadt und Region – Reallabore der resilienzorientierten Transformation
Edited By Ulf Hahne and Harald Kegler
Harald Kegler: A threshold of the anthropocene: from growth to resilience Resilience as basic element of systems can be differentiated by descriptors like self- organization, thresholds, networks and adaptive cycles� Learning about resilience will improve local and regional adaptation� Ulf Hahne: Resilience – a normative challenge to local transformation policy Improving resilience in socio-ecological systems needs a policy setting priorities and organizing resources for transformation� Aspects of resilience justice and fairness are discussed in a neo-Aristotelian perspective� Karl-Heinz Simon: Socio-ecological science and non-trivial systems-transformation Socio-ecological transformation comes out as a typical example of a wicked prob- lem� The contribution pleads for a critical reflection of the starting problems, the predictors, actors and other elements in non-trivial systems-models� Oliver Parodi et al�: Quartier Zukunft – Labor Stadt: an existing urban laboratory Practice of transformation into sustainability has to start on a local level� A close look on an urban laboratory shows processes of co-designed, participatory and transdisciplinary transformation steps� Thies Schröder: Events as real laboratory – FERROPOLIS and the energy-avantgarde Sachsen- Anhalt Ferropolis, “the city of iron” is an industrial heritage which is especially used as location for events, festivals and other activities� This conversion will be discussed in the context of real laboratories� 16 Abstracts Peter Jakubowski: Resilient urban development – the role of model-projects Resilience is not a new theme in urban development� Lots of model-projects initi- ated on the federal level in Germany can be cited which improve the functioning of modern cities and strengthen their adaptive capabilities� Uwe Schneidewind et...
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