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Policy brief “Soil quality in spatial planning”
Publicatie type | rapport Deltares
Traditional spatial planning does not consider soil quality sufficiently. Soil quality is an account of the soil's ability to provide ecosystem and social services through its capacities to perform its functions under changing conditions. Land and soil are finite resources facing growing pressures and conflicts over their use. Land use planning and soil management should balance the supply of ecosystem services with society’s demands. This policy brief (funded by the European Commission, DG Environment) explains the topic, gives examples, main barriers and recommendations for action.