Previously published in French by Editions Quae, this volume presents findings of a major research programme into landscape and sustainable development. While led by French scholars, the research team and geographical scope of the project was international, collaborative and comparative. Using case studies from across Europe, the interdisciplinary team of contributors discuss the relationship between landscape as defined by the European Landscape Convention and the concept of sustainable development. This English edition has a new introduction written by Yves Luginbühl and Peter Howard. Some of the topics covered, such as wind-farm landscapes, will be familiar to English language readers, but others, are less so, such as footpath economics, non-woodland trees, inter-generational equity, and the insistence on the necessary developments in governance
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|Size: ||5.7 MB|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781317108252 (DRM-PDF)|
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