Avec cette série en quatre épisodes, la Mission Val de Loire propose de reprendre le chemin des levées, des premières occupations humaines dans le Val...
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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