Protected urban planet

A.R. Pereira Roders, L. Veldpaus, R.C. Verbruggen

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Abstract

PUP, abbreviation to Protected Urban Planet, is the first tool developed for visualizing, mapping and contributing to information exchange on the evolution of protected urban areas worldwide. Besides locating them, it also provides communities with means to disseminate and raise awareness for their attributes and values of significance, while monitoring their threats and causes and sharing assessment methods and tools. It is an online platform for researchers and practitioners, national and local governments, students and lecturers, companies and organizations; in short, every professional interested on knowing more and/or willing to share and disseminate information about protected urban areas, their cultural values and attributes, as well as their protection challenges.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherTU/e
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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Pereira Roders, A. R. (Author), Veldpaus, L. (Author), & Verbruggen, R. C. (Author). (2012). Protected urban planet. Web publication/site, TU/e.
Pereira Roders, A.R. (Author) ; Veldpaus, L. (Author) ; Verbruggen, R.C. (Author). / Protected urban planet. [Web publication/site].
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