84 Alpine Nature 2030 Creating ecological connectivity for generations to come The challenges of engendering ecological connectivity Topics and impacts Introduction 3 This chapter investigates the multitude of challenges that arise when planning and implementing ecological connectivity measures In the first contribution Thomas Scheurer from ISCAR looks at the planning process in dynamic land scapes and discusses the opportunities and limitations of spatial planning in this process In the second contribution Karin Svadlenak Gomez from the FIWI and Marianne Badura from blue look at the pressing problem of stakeholder participation in the decision making process They describe and discuss the empty chair situation encountered by numerous initiatives that fail to moti vate and engage adequate stakeholder representation In the following contri bution Florian Kraxner and his colleagues from IIASA examine the expansion of renewable energy production and the opportunities and conflicts that arise in reconciling this development with biodiversity and ecological connectivity conservation

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