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A HERCULES meeting on Lesvos

10 May 2016/by Thanasis Kizos/Tags: workshop, case study, research

A HERCULES meeting on Lesvos

As the project is reaching a point where a lot of the research work has been finished or its end is in sight and the balance shifts towards synthesis, reflection and recommendation, we met on Lesvos from the 18th to the 21st of April.

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An EU-level Workshop on Landscape Stewardship

17 June 2015/by Tobias Plieninger/Tags: landscape stewardship, policy, rural development, EU level workshop

An EU-level Workshop on Landscape Stewardship

Green Week 2015 (www.greenweek2015.eu) in Brussels – the large annual conference on European environmental policy – was accompanied by the second EU-level workshop of our HERCULES project. This workshop addressed a central issue of the project: The emergence of collaborative approaches to landscape stewardship across Europe. Together with around 50 participants from the European institutions, government agencies, NGOs, businesses, and academia, we intended (1) to explore the characteristics of landscape stewardship initiatives in Europe and their contributions to sustainable land management, (2) to discuss the role of landscape stewardship in EU rural development policies, and (3) to examine how Europe could contribute towards making innovative models of landscape stewardship more effective. So what did we learn? Here are my random thoughts:

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Visioning for recoupling social and ecological landscape components: A report of the PECSRL workshop

29 September 2014/by Thanasis Kizos/Tags: PECSRL, workshop, diversity, landscape

Visioning for recoupling social and ecological landscape components: A report of the PECSRL workshop

The Permanent Conference for the Study of the Rural landscape (PECSRL, http://www.pecsrl.org/) is according to its statement “an international network of landscape researchers whose interest focus on the past, present and future of European landscapes, and its members (and many others) meet every two years in a different European country for a Conference that is alive and vibrant for 26 meetings (from 1957!). The people that attend these Conferences reflect the wide diversity of the landscape concept itself, from historical geography to landscape ecology and beyond. Its most recent meeting was this September in Gothenburg and Mariestad (http://www.pecsrl2014.com/).

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