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Título: Sustainability Indicators in the Southwest of Iberian Peninsula. Highlighting the Euro-region EUROACE: The OTALEX-C Project.
Autor: Castanho, Rui
Ramirez, Beatriz
Cabezas, José
Fernández-Pozo, Luis
Loures, Luís
Caballero, Carmen
Ceballos, Fernando
Carriço, Cristina
Batista, T.
Gomes, Carlos
Mendes, Paula
Quinta-Nova, L.C.
Naranjo, José
Palavras-chave: Indicadores de Sustentabilidade
Cooperação transfronteiriça
EUROACE
Observatório Territorial
OTALEX C
Data: 2017
Citação: Castanho, R. (2017). Sustainability Indicators in the Southwest of Iberian Peninsula. Highlighting the Euro-region EUROACE: The OTALEX-C Project. 24th APDR Congress. New Landscapes and Challenges for Planning the Space. Covilhã, 6 e 7 de julho.
Resumo: EUROACE is the name given to the Euro-region covering Alentejo and Centro in Portugal and Extremadura in Spain, since the biophysical perspective, it is mainly characterized by the topography and climate of the southwest of the Iberian Peninsula. The evolution of these two variables have allowed developing a wide variety of soils and a considerable amount of their typologies diversity, as well. The OTALEX C Project team, a cooperation formed by the direct collaboration of Portuguese and Spanish entities creating an active cross-border cooperation (CBC) strategy, belonging to the three levels of administration: national, regional and local. Sharing common problems was enable to develop common solutions for the territories as the example of the OTALEX C Spatial Data Infrastructure (IDE OTALEX C) - a set of indicators that may contribute to the sustainability of the mentioned territory. Those indicators cover a lot of biophysical variables: hydrology, climate, soil, vegetation, and fauna, among many others. The criteria selection of such indicators was carried out taking into account the possibility of a constant updating on the EUROACE territory, as well as they adapting to the Sustainable Development Indicators (SDIs), which are used by the EU Sustainable Development Strategy (EUSDS). With the data collection procedure has been possible to relate soil, weather and vegetation, enabling to analyze issues regarding with the ecosystems functioning as well as their biodiversity and vegetal distribution on the soil, which along, with their structure shape the landscape, where the arboreal stratum constitutes one of they principal components. Major results show that those indicators are helpful tools for territorial management which favoring the conservation and sustainable development of the territories.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.11/5639
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