Förankring av vindkraften i människors landskap

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Förankring av vindkraften i människors landskap
Positive Wind Power Planning –
An Opportunity to Ameliorate Local
Environments
Karin Hammarlund & Mike Friesen
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
Department of Landscape Architecture, Planning and
Management
[email protected]
Landscape - ELC
- All landscapes
- Our memories and story
telling
- Where we live and work
- Places we visit
- What we need
- What we use and move
around in
- What we want to
preserve
• Geo-physical landscape
types
SE - Landscape
Character
Assessment (LCA)
• Character areas … as
perceived by people
• Formal restrictions and
possible creative solutions
on both type and area/place
level
When dialogue?
With whom?
Why?
• Throughout the
process/analysis
• With those who feel
concerned – including
politicians
• A common learning
process that increases
understanding
Structural analysis
• Paths –
movement/barriers
• Landmarks – orientation,
identity
• Nodes - important places
Case Uddevalla
Historic Landscape
Characterisation
(HLC)
• Time depth and legibility
Landscape types
Ecological functions –
migration corridors,
important habitats
Structural analysis
Dialogue
• Walk through evaluation by
buss with public and
politicians
Also the every day
landscape
Documentation &
Reporting
• Workshop with politicians and
public
Character areas
• Workshop with politicians to
implement the analysis with
regards to wind energy
planning
Structures, Paths &
Landmarks
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. Smörkullen
2. Gullmarsberg
3. Rotan (handel)
4. Skåleberget
5. Högås kyrka
6. Färjan Skår-Finnsbo
7. Bokenäs kyrka
8. Havstensklippan
9. Brattön
10. Torp köpcentrum
11. TV- masten
12. Hamn/silo/kranar
9. Brattön
10. Torp köpcentrum
11. TV- masten
12. Hamn/silo/kranar
Visualisations
•From where?
•To show what?
Conclusion
• In order to promote innovation in wind energy planning the
discussion must be changed in order to discuss positive local
opportunities. A holistic analysis of the landscape, based around
dialogue with local stakeholders, can effectively assess and define
a community’s issues and concerns; this analysis provides a base
from which we can suggest wind power projects that will
ameliorate both the social and ecological environment.
Conclusions
• Some possibilities for positive local impacts include curbing
regional sprawl, diversifying agricultural monocultures, providing
income to support farmers, improving the legibility of the
landscape, increasing job opportunities, and adding new ecological
and social functions that can be sponsored by developments. By
addressing local ecological, economic and landscape conditions
we can substantially improve and diversify our landscapes while
increasing the wind energy capacity.
Thank You!

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