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The Landscape Research Group, a charity founded in 1967, aims to promote research and understanding of the landscape for public benefit. We are concerned with all types and aspects of landscape, from wilderness and cultural landscapes to the built environment. We strive to stimulate research, transfer knowledge, encourage the exchange of ideas and promote practices which engage with landscape and environment. To these ends, we sponsor conferences and symposiaaward student prizes, own and edit the peer-reviewed journal Landscape Research (published by Routledge) and publish the newsletter Landscape Research Extra. Our Annual Directors’ Reports provide fuller information on the Group’s activities. - See more at: www.landscaperesearch.org

The Landscape Research Group, a charity founded in 1967, aims to promote research and understanding of the landscape for public benefit. We are concerned with all types and aspects of landscape, from wilderness and cultural landscapes to the built environment. We strive to stimulate research, transfer knowledge, encourage the exchange of ideas and promote practices which engage with landscape and environment. To these ends, we sponsor conferences and symposiaaward student prizes, own and edit the peer-reviewed journal Landscape Research (published by Routledge) and publish the newsletter Landscape Research Extra. Our Annual Directors’ Reports provide fuller information on the Group’s activities. - See more at: www.landscaperesearch.org

Several landscape ecology-related Links have been published in the IALE Bulletins Vol. 19 (4), October 2001 and  Vol. 19 (6) December 2001.

A selection of further Links can be found below:

CLAIM Landscape Policy Knowledge Platform
The objective of the CLAIM knowledge platform is to provide an open and user-friendly access to policy-relevant theoretical knowledge and to case study evidence on cause-effect-relationships between policy and governance, the landscape and its related provision of ecosystem services and values and their relevance for regional competitiveness and social welfare. Target groups of the knowledge platform are policy makers at European level, stakeholders and decision makers at the regional level as well as academia dealing with landscape and rural development.

Link: http://project2.zalf.de/claimknowledgeplatform

 

The Landscape Research Group, a charity founded in 1967, aims to promote research and understanding of the landscape for public benefit. We are concerned with all types and aspects of landscape, from wilderness and cultural landscapes to the built environment. We strive to stimulate research, transfer knowledge, encourage the exchange of ideas and promote practices which engage with landscape and environment. To these ends, we sponsor conferences and symposia, award student prizes, own and edit the peer-reviewed journal Landscape Research (published by Routledge) and publish the newsletter Landscape Research Extra. Our Annual Directors’ Reports provide fuller information on the Group’s activities.

Link: http://www.landscaperesearch.org/ 

 

The IALE-related organisation Ecosystem Services Partnership (ESP) aims to enhance communication, coordination and cooperation, and to build a strong network of individuals and organizations. ES-Partnership enhances and encourages a diversity of approaches, while reducing unnecessary duplication of effort in the conceptualization and application of ecosystem services. By raising the profile of ecosystem services and promoting better practice, the ES-Partnership will also increase opportunities for financial support and help focus the funding of individual organizations for more efficient utilization of existing funds. 

Link: www.es-partnership.org  

 

Earthworks is a world leading portal of research, technical and professional jobs and career opportunities in ecology, conservation, biodiversity, agricultural sciences, soil science, forestry, plant sciences, renewables, sustainability, meteorology, noise/air pollution, climate/ climate change, atmospheric sciences, geotechnical engineering, limnology, hydrology, hydrogeology, environmental sciences, sustainable development, marine sciences, oceanography, geography, archaeology, remote sensing, GIS, mining, metallogenesis, geoscience, petroleum geoscience, geomatics, geocomputing, seismology, infrasound and geodesy sectors.

Link: www.earthworks-jobs.com

 

Activtities of the Landscape Ecology Working Group IUFRO-LE, created in 1991, are directed toward bridging the gap between the theory of landscape ecology and its application to managing forest resources.

Link: http://iufrole.wordpress.com/

 

Explore the field of Environmental History and learn about doing Environmental History at the national, regional, and local levels. 

Link: http://www.cnr.berkeley.edu/departments/espm/env-hist/

 

The International Association People Environment Studies (IAPS) was set up to facilitate interdisciplinary debate and international collaboration in environment-behaviour research and man-environment studies. IAPS doesn’t have boundaries, geographic or disciplinary, and testimonial of this is the membership we have gained through the years, including disciplines such as anthropology, archeology, art, science, technology, building management, economy, engeneering, environmental management, gerontology, housing, history,landscape architecture, planning, geography, urban design, ecology (and more!) from almost all Continents!

Link: http://www.iaps-association.org/

 

The Landscape Observatory of Catalonia is an advisory body of the Government of Catalonia and Catalan society in general on matters of landscape. Its creation responds to the need to study the landscape, prepare proposals and sensitise Catalan society to the need for better protection, management and planning of the Catalan landscape in the framework of sustainable development.

Link: http://www.catpaisatge.net/cat/index.php

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IALE-Europe Ph.D. course Landscape Ecology: From pattern and process to people and action

IALE-Europe and Ghent University are pleased to announce the Ph.D. Course...

IALE 2017 European Congress

Ghent, 12-15 September 2017

New IALE Bulletin out now!

Volume 34 no. 4, December 2016