|- “Golden pheasants flying out of Mountain Jungle”——Strategy Planning of Urban Space Development under the background of ecological migration, DanZhai, Guizhou, China. 679 kb|
|by Lei, Tang | email@example.com |
|Strategy Planning of Urban Space Development under the background of|
ecological migration, DanZhai, Guizhou, China.
|GUIZHOU, An inland mountainous province in southwest China. Influenced by |
natural constraints, its Economic development lags behind for a long time.
DANZHAI is located in the southeast of GUIZHOU, with a total area of 940
square kilometers and a population of 173000 people, is a remote, poor and
backward key county of poverty alleviation and development work. Due to
need of survival and reproduction, fragile ecological environment has been
destroyed MIAO, an ethnic minority that accounts for 85.57% of the
population, has primitive simplicity, full-bodied and unique ethnic
customs. Their totem is “golden pheasant”. MIAO has seven state-level non-
material cultural heritages, such as batik, ancient papermaking, golden
pheasant dance, etc. The ecological culture is rich, but is facing the
plight of lost 2012, Government of China put forward ‘speed up development,
poverty eradication’ slogan under the precondition of ecological
environment protection. How can we intense use of limited land resources,
accumulate population, leapfrog development, and at the same time
ensure ecological security, continue minority traditional culture, is the
top issue that the local government is facing. In order to healthy promote
urbanization, to promote coordinated development of urban and rural areas,
implement poverty alleviation and ecological migration, We completed
‘Strategy Planning of Urban Space Development in DanZhai’ We proposed the
following development strategies: 1, Regional coordination and City circle
development. 2, Ecological security and Landscape resource Highlight. 3,
Cultural heritage protection and Ethnic minority culture propagation.
4,Traditional industry Renaissance and Immigrant employment driven. 5,
Policy supports and Immigrants safeguard. 6, Perfect service Completion and
immigrants’ requirements realization.
Case Study presented on the ISOCARP Congress 2013: Frontiers of Planning - Evolving and declining models of city planning practice
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