Feedback on the Landscape and Sustainable Development programme (PDD2)

Published on 17 June 2015 - Updated 01 July 2015
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Two tools for presenting the PDD2 have been created to let not just the scientific community know about the outcome of these projects, but also local officials, authorities and associations alike: a book and a symposium scheduled for 17 & 18 June 2015 at La Défense in Paris.

Launched in 2005, the "Landscape and Sustainable Development" programme (PDD) invites researchers to look into the way two scientifically complex notions interact and are related: Landscape and Sustainable Development. Since the programme began, 24 research projects have been funded: 16 in 2005, and 8 for this second programme, which ran for four years between 2010 and 2014. 

Mission Val de Loire is a partner of the project
"Participation of populations and renewal of landscape practices, an approach based on trials and comparison of methods", which will be presented by David Montembault (scientific coordinator). 

Landscape and sustainable development: from research to decision-making and action

Paris La Défense - 17 June 2015 - 2 p.m.-6 p.m. 

  • Report on the European Landscape Convention 15 years after it was adopted
  • Legislative and political news
  • Presentation and background of the programme, main outcomes and guidelines
  • Presentation of the 3 themes of the PDD2 programme:
    • How landscape can contribute to understanding the challenges of biodiversity
    • Social and economic qualification of urban and outlying landscapes
    • Getting citizens involved: an opportunity or a threat for landscape projects?

PDD2 research programme: outcome and prospects

Paris Halle Pajol - 18 June 2015 - 8.30 a.m.-5.30 p.m. 

  • How landscape can contribute to understanding the challenges of biodiversity
    • Landscape dynamics and perception of wooded interfaces: challenges for the green and blue corridor
    • Dynamics of landscape developments, participatory management and perceptions of the landscape in the Camargue
  • Getting citizens involved: an opportunity or a threat for landscape projects?
    • The challenge of a shared landscape.
    • Dynamics of landscape models in new towns, cultivating sustainable landscapes.
    • Participation of populations and renewal of landscape practices, an approach based on trials and comparison of methods.
  • Social and economic qualification of urban and outlying landscapes
    • Landscapes of outlying areas; images, indicators, tools (PFP RIO).
    • Landscape and urban sprawl: physical and cultural dynamics and modelling (PAYTAL).
    • Landscape and sustainable development: in search of creative participation

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Mission Val de Loire is a partner of the project "Participation of populations and renewal of landscape practices, an approach based on trials and comparison of methods", which will be presented by David Montembault (scientific coordinator). 

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