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Since 2001, the Loire Workshop Site (ZAL) has been observing the Loire’s hydrosystem, human societies around its catchment area and hydrosystem-society co-development. For its 2020-2024 project, the research underway is continuing, mainly into Society-Environment interactions, whether directly or indirectly in connection with the river or its tributaries.
The ZAL goals for the 2020-2024 project follow on from the previous one, but focus more particularly on multidisciplinary research questions:
Goal 1: Improve and expand the scope for collaborative research within the ZAL area
Goal 2: Develop understanding at various geographic and temporal scales across the Loire catchment area.
With that in mind, the network members will endeavour to discuss and work on the following questions:
Among the criteria that determined the Loire’s Valley’s inclusion on the World Heritage List, criterion (ii) states that "The Loire Valley is an outstanding cultural landscape along a major river. It bears witness to an interchange of human values and to a harmonious development of interactions between humankind and their environment over two millennia."
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