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Comprehensive consideration of conflicts in the land-use planning process: A conceptual contribution

  title={Comprehensive consideration of conflicts in the land-use planning process: A conceptual contribution},
  author={Anna M. Hersperger and Cristian I. Iojă and Frederick R. Steiner and Constantin Tudor},
  journal={Carpathian Journal of Earth and Environmental Sciences},
Land-use conflicts are defined as situations in which involved parties or constituents have incompatible interests concerning the use of a certain parcel of land. Such conflicts frequently center on who is to maintain control over the land, who possesses the right to participate in decision making about its management, and on the social and environmental impacts of its development or new use. An aspiration of land-use planning is to coordinate current and future societal needs while minimizing… 

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