Research on the Classification and Evaluation of Production-living-ecological Space in China Based on Land Use Functions


Optimizing production-living-ecological space has become one of the cores of China’s ecological civilization and sustainable development strategy, and it is also a crucial goal of land use and management in China. Constructing and identifying a land use evaluation index system based on production-living-ecological space is of great importance to sustainable land use in China. The concept of land use functions can be defined as goods and services provided by different land use types, including production, living, and ecological functions. These functions accord with the purpose of identifying production-living-ecological space. However, few studies have focused on the identification and evaluation of production-living-ecological space from the perspective of land use functions. In this study, literature review methods, comparative analysis, and induction were performed to discusses the logical connection between production-living-ecological space and land use functions, and an index system to evaluate the sustainability of production-living-ecological space was constructed based on the multifunctional land use framework. This study will provide a reference for promoting the coordinated development among production-life-ecological functions and creating an evaluation system for sustainable land use in China.

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Yilong Li, University of Nottingham Ningbo China, China
Yu-Ting Tang, University of Nottingham Ningbo China, China

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Conference: ACSEE2020
Stream: Environmental Sustainability & Environmental Management: Land Use & Misuse

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