Environmental Panarchy: Process of Inclusive Landscape Planning

Mannisi, A 2013, 'Environmental Panarchy: Process of Inclusive Landscape Planning', in Landscape and Imagination. Towards a new baseline for a changing world, Paris, France, 2-4 May 2013, pp. 671-676.


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Title Environmental Panarchy: Process of Inclusive Landscape Planning
Author(s) Mannisi, A
Year 2013
Conference name Landscape and Imagination. Towards a new baseline for education in a changing world
Conference location Paris, France
Conference dates 2-4 May 2013
Proceedings title Landscape and Imagination. Towards a new baseline for a changing world
Publisher Uniscape; Bandecchi & Vivaldi
Place of publication Florence and Pontedera, Italy
Start page 671
End page 676
Total pages 6
Abstract Challenged by the modern territorialization, the linkage consolidating civil societies had known in the 20th century such alteration that today a question about their foundation arises. Particularly in the countries where the exploitation of landscape took precedence over its comprehension, addressing an environmental justice with ecological ethics stimulates the societies to think newly the use of spaces. Today the re-appropriation through the education on the environmental construction process of landscape by people conscious of these abuses allows recreating the social links. This is what we observe as analysing the reasons and projects of Design Community led by a Japanese landscape architectural team, studio L.
Subjects Landscape Architecture
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