As the growth of the world's population requires the continued
search for residential space, the urbanization of natural lands is
an inevitable process, but that process does not have to be one
that is accomplished without regard for environmental quality. This
book presents the unique perspective of naturbanization, the
urbanization of protected and highly valued natural spaces that are
geographically removed from current urban centers. It discusses the
search and selection of new residential spaces, economic planning
and policy in such areas, environmentally sensitive construction,
and public investment in infrastructure to make the areas more
accessible and habitable.
Specifically, the book analyzes naturbanization as it is
occurring in National Parks located along the European Union
borders. Recent declarations have made the parks more accessible to
development and consequently they are serving as models for ways to
reach workable solutions and encourage the sort of economic
development that will satisfy both developers and
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