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Referenztyp Zeitschriften
DOI 10.1016/j.ufug.2023.127857
Titel (primär) Towards an integrated garden. Gardeners of all types, unite!
Autor Ferrari, E.; Dańkowska, A.; Dragon, A.; Haase, A.; Kronenberg, J.; Haase, D.
Quelle Urban Forestry & Urban Greening
Erscheinungsjahr 2023
Department CLE; SUSOZ
Band/Volume 81
Seite von art. 127857
Sprache englisch
Topic T5 Future Landscapes
Abstract Urban gardens are focal in metropolitan social-ecological infrastructure and yet they are spaces often threatened by urban development. In Berlin and Warsaw, major urban changes have prompted citizens to alter their attitudes toward the use of existing garden areas. This study tackles the socio-spatial phenomena of emerging grassroots projects and practices jointly implemented by groups of allotment and community gardeners, which are instrumental in envisioning new forms of common management and protection of garden spaces along urban transformations. The article investigates how cooperation between gardeners of different backgrounds influences allotments’ patterns of property and public accessibility. The focus is on a possible change of perspective regarding the use of closed allotment structures and the conceptualisation of a new form of hybrid urban landscape: an integrated garden. Our findings fit into the general debate on gardens as commons and new forms of green space selfgovernance.
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Ferrari, E., Dańkowska, A., Dragon, A., Haase, A., Kronenberg, J., Haase, D. (2023):
Towards an integrated garden. Gardeners of all types, unite!
Urban For. Urban Green. 81 , art. 127857 10.1016/j.ufug.2023.127857