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Author Wagman, Gail
Title Landscape : from Knowledge to Action
Imprint Versailles : Quae, 2007
©2008
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Descript 1 online resource (314 pages)
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Series Update Sciences and Technologies Ser
Update Sciences and Technologies Ser
Note Intro -- Foreword -- Introduction (Daniel Terrasson) -- Section 1 The landscape, between social and environmental issues -- Chapter 1. Landscape, an interpretative framework for a reflexive society (Marie-José Fortin) -- Chapter 2. Should the effects of landscape changes on biodiversity be taken seriously? (Jacques Lepart, Pascal Marty and Mario Klesczewski) -- Chapter 3. 'Closing of the landscape': beyond aesthetics, challenges facing open rural spaces (Sophie Le Floch and Anne-Sophie Devanne) -- Chapter 4. Health, identity and sense of place: the importance of local landscapes (Simon Bell and Catharine Ward Thompson) -- Chapter 5. Where does grandmother live? An experience through the landscape of Veneto's 'città diffusa' (Benedetta Castiglioni and Viviana Ferrario) -- Section 2 Public spaces in the cityscape -- Chapter 1. What role does plant landscape play in urban policy? (Nathalie Blanc, Marianne Cohen and Sandrine Glatron) -- Chapter 2. Green cityscapes and social inclusion in three major metropolitan areas of Switzerland (Klaus Seeland and Nicolas Ballesteros) -- Chapter 3. The public gardens in Biskra, Algeria: from elitist meeting place to no man's land (Farida Naceur) -- Chapter 4. Mechanisms leading to the transformation of open space in the metropolitan region of Vienna, Austria: is there a need for a new management paradigm? (Tanja Tötzer and Ute Gigler) -- Section 3 Landscape policies: from conception to implementation -- Chapter 1. The implementation of the Landscape Atlas of Flanders in the integrated spatial planning policy (Marc Antrop and Veerle Van Eetvelde) -- Chapter 2. History, time and change: managing landscape and perception (Graham Fairclough)
Chapter 3. From tree-lined banks to hedge landscapes: the dynamics underlying the ideas about the landscape that have inspired public policies (Monique Toublanc and Yves Luginbühl) -- Chapter 4. New hedgerows in replanting programmes: assessment of their ecological quality and maintenance on farms (Laurence Le Du-Blayo, Didier Le Coeur, Claudine Thenail, Françoise Burel and Jacques Baudry) -- Chapter 5. A typology of intercommunal actions related to the landscape (Patrick Moquay, Olivier Aznar, Jacqueline Candau, Marc Guérin and Yves Michelin) -- Chapter 6. The mayors' polyphonic discourse during a landscape intervention (Jacqueline Candau and Patrick Moquay) -- Section 4 Public participation in landscaping action -- Chapter 1. From the landscape perception until landscaping action. How long is the way? (Rosário Oliveira, Milena Dneboská and Teresa Pinto Correia) -- Chapter 2. The incorporation of public participation processes in three landscape planning projects in the Murcia region of Spain (Santiago Fernández Muñoz and Rafael Mata Olmo) -- Chapter 3. Landscape at the crossroads of local development choices: What knowledge for which issues? Which tools for action? (Emmanuel Guisepelli and Philippe Fleury) -- Chapter 4. Landscape: a window of opportunity for regional governance? Landscape scenario workshops as a participatory planning tool (Wolfgang Pfefferkorn and Barbara Černič Mali) -- Conclusion (Yves Luginbühl) -- Bibliography -- List of authors -- Editorial board
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Wagman, Gail Landscape: from Knowledge to Action Versailles : Quae,c2007 9782759200603
Subject Landscapes -- Environmental aspects.;Landscapes -- Social aspects
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Alt Author Berlan-Darqué, Martine
Terrasson, Daniel
Luginbühl, Yves
Shaffer, Mary
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