Studying planning culture contributes to a deeper understanding of planning practice by identifying the ways planners and
planning institutions think and act on the basis of typical (societal) orientations and the associated value systems.

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In the future, ensuring the availability of groundwater in an adequate quality and quantity will become increasingly
challenging. Protecting groundwater involves taking appropriate measures to ensure that aquifers are recharged and that
groundwater pollution is prevented. 

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Congratulations to the winners of the 2023 Video Challenge who displayed creativity, vitality and good communication skills to explain the significance of their built environment research: "Addressing Grand Challenges.

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Regional parks, green belts, and other regional open space strategies form part of the regional management of thelandscape in urban regions. This takes place through projectoriented, collaborative processes, with coordinated measures intended to protect open spaces by ensuring their use and enhancing their aesthetic qualities. They thus supplement the formal instruments of regional planning.

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