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Nature policies and landscape policies : towards an alliance

Author: Roberto Gambino; Attilia Peano
Publisher: Cham : Springer, [2015] ©2015
Series: Urban and landscape perspectives, volume 18; Urban and landscape perspectives, v.18.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The book focuses on the relationship between nature conservation policies and landscape policies. This is a relevant subject due to the current need of reviving nature conservation policies, which are today affected by a general effectiveness deficiency. To this end, landscape policies can play a crucial role, bridging nature and culture, fostering more integrated approaches to nature conservation and stimulating  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Roberto Gambino; Attilia Peano
ISBN: 9783319054094 3319054090
OCLC Number: 872425918
Description: xxx, 497 pages : color (mainly illlustrations), maps ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
Part I: New Paradigms --
Nature Conservation and Landscapes: An Introduction to the Issues --
Bringing Together Nature and Culture: Integrating a Landscape Approach in Protected Areas Policy and Practice.-The Place of Protected Areas in the European Landscape: A EUROPARC Federation Perspective --
From Park Centric Conservation to Whole Landscape Conservation in the USA --
Ecological Functions, Biodiversity and Landscape Conservation --
A Territorial Contradiction --
Legal Frameworks for Nature Conservation and Landscape Protection --
Beyond Gardens and Nature Reserves: Contemporaneous Landscapes --
From the Territory to the Landscape: The Image as a Tool for Discovery --
Part II: From Nature to Landscape and Back --
Biosphere Reserves and Protected Areas: A Liaison Dangereuse or a Mutually Beneficial Relationship? --
Connecting the Alpine Protected Areas in a Wide Ecological Infrastructure. Opportunities from a Legal Point of View --
Protected Areas, Natura 2000 Sites and Landscape. Divergent Policies on Converging Values --
Regional Planning for Linking Parks and Landscape: Innovative Issues --
Landscape and Protected Natural areas. Laws and Policies in Italy --
Evolution of Concepts and Tools for Landscape Protection and Nature Conservation --
Nature Conservation in the Urban Landscape Planning --
Protection of Peri-urban Agricultural Landscapes: Vegas and Deltas in Andalucía --
Linking Landscape Protection and Nature Conservation. Switzerland?s Experience with Protected Mire Landscapes --
Putting the Park-Landscape Alliance to the Test: Protected Landscapes as a Proving Ground --
Participatory Planning Tools for Ecotourism in Protected Areas of Morocco and Tunisia: A First Experience --
Tourism and Conservation in Protected Areas: An Economic Perspective --
Participation and Regional Governance: A Crucial Research Perspective on Protected Areas Policies --
Old and New Conservation Strategies: From Parks to Land Stewardship --
Between Nature and Landscape: The Role of Community Towards an Active Conservation in Protected Areas --
The Contractual Communities Contribution to Cultural and Natural Resource Management --
The Concept of Limits in Landscape Planning and Design --
Landscape and Ecosystem Approach to Biodiversity Conservation --
Biodiversity and Landscape Policies: Towards an Integration? A European Overview --
From P-Arks to P-Hubs: Moving from the Idea of the Protected Areas as Noah?s Arks to the Concept of Parks as Places of Meeting and Sharing (hubs) of Wider and More Efficient Frameworks --
Landscape Policies and Euro-Mediterranean Cooperation. The Experience of the Arco Latino European Landscape Observatory --
Cross-cutting Issues in Treating the Fragmentation of Ecosystems and Landscapes --
Multi-scalar and Inter-sectorial Strategies for Environment and Landscape --
Urban Landscapes and Nature in Planning and Spatial Strategies --
Integrated Planning for Landscape Protection and Biodiversity Conservation --
An Assessment of the Role of Protected Landscapes in Conserving Biodiversity in Europe --
Lessons Learned from U.S. Experience with Regional Landscape Governance: Implications for Conservation and Protected Areas --
Park, Perception, Web. Visual Preferences on Digital Native Urban Parks as a Tool for Investigating Urban Landscape Perception in Europe --
Landscape Scenic Values: Protection and Management from a Spatial-planning Perspective.- European Cultural Routes: A Tool for Landscape Enhancement --
Economic Valuation of Landscape at Risk: A Critical Review --
Towards an Integrated Economic Assessment of Landscape --
Protected Areas: Opportunities for Decentralized Financial Mechanisms? --
Part III: Experiences and Practices.-The Langhe Landscape Changes --
Cultural Landscape and Royal Historical System in Piedmont Region --
Regional Management Tools at Local Level: The Po and Orba Regional River Park.-The Landscapes of the Portofino Nature Regional Park --
The Alpi Liguri Nature Regional Park --
Towards the Park of Florence Hills --
Protected Area Planning, Institution and Management in Apulia Region: The Lama San Giorgio Nature Regional Park --
The Environmental Issue in Sicily --
The Enhancement of Historical Landscape. The Grange in Southern Europe --
Nature, Landscape, Energy: The Energy Masterplan of Emilia-Romagna Po Delta Regional Park --
How to Manage Conflicts Between Resources Exploitation and Identity Values. The Agri Valley Amid Oil Supply and the Lucanian Apennines National Park --
Planning and Management in the Otranto-Leuca Nature Park: Integration of Approaches for an Active Conservation --
A Regional Planning for Protected Areas Sustainable Development in the Mercantour and Maritime Alps.
Series Title: Urban and landscape perspectives, volume 18; Urban and landscape perspectives, v.18.
Responsibility: Roberto Gambino, Attilia Peano, editors.

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