Vol. 10 No. 2 (2019)

Editorial: The new vision towards smart geography in south-eastern Europe

Published 2019-01-01


  • geography

How to Cite

NEDKOV, Stoyan, Kliment NAYDENOV, Alexandra RAVNACHKA, and Metodi IVANOV. 2019. “Editorial: The New Vision towards Smart Geography in South-Eastern Europe”. European Journal of Geography 10 (2). https://eurogeojournal.eu/index.php/egj/article/view/188.


Global change comprises a variety of transformations in climate, ecosystems, natural resources and human society which have started in 20th century and continue with increasing intensity at present days. This led to significant planetary constraints regarding resources, climate and ecological resilience which are the main challenges the human society is currently facing and must deal with. The geography of the 21st century can offer evidence-based and place specific solutions to address such challenges. It offers an interdisciplinary base which can be used to address the integrated issues of our community (Coutsopoulos, 2011) thus to cope with the complex challenges of the global changes by providing “smart” spatial solutions.


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