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WP6: Initiatives all over Europe implement the landscape approach, but they need more commitment from governments, society and markets

2 November 2016/by María García Martín/Tags: integrated landscape initiatives, landscape approach

WP6: Initiatives all over Europe implement the landscape approach, but they need more commitment from governments, society and markets

Few weeks ago (4th October 2016), there was a post in this blog that introduced the landscape approach as a way of governance that is holistic and takes into account all: the biophysical environment, the human processes, and the well-being; an approach that requires the cooperation of different disciplines and sectors. In today’s post, we present how this landscape approach has been captured and implemented by many initiatives all over Europe. We call these initiatives integrated landscape initiatives.

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The landscape approach

4 October 2016/by Jurgen Tack, Julianna Nagy, Sarah McCarthy, Paul Tabbush/Tags: ELC, WHC, landscape approach, landscape labelling, landscape stewardship, landscape resilience

The landscape approach

While the European Landscape Convention (ELC) has attracted attention from the sciences, policy makers and the general public to the nature of cultural landscapes, more needs to be done to implement it.

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About forestry and landscape thinking

23 October 2014/by Tobias Plieninger/Tags: forestry, forest science, World Forest Congress, landscape approach

About forestry and landscape thinking

Being a forest scientist by training, I recently attended the IUFRO World Forest Congress in Salt Lake City / US. With almost 4000 participants, this was probably the biggest assembly of foresters that the world has ever seen. I must admit that, being mainly involved in social-ecological landscape research, I am slightly in danger of losing my forestry roots. Indeed, this was the first forestry congress that I have been to in the past 10 years.

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