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He is the scientific coordinator of the MSc in Landscape Design and part of the scientific board of the PhD in Sustainability and Innovation for the Design, UNIFI. (...) Panelists Ms Maria-Beatrice Andreucci is a registered architect and an economist and focuses her professional activity, research and teaching on the application of environmental technological design and environmental economics theories, principles and methods on urban design, architecture, and landscape architecture projects. (...) Chair of IFLA “International Federation TreeCities4MED Webinar Series - Silva Mediterranea Working Group on Urban and peri-urban forestry of Landscape Architects Advisory Circle”. Member of SITdA “Italian Society of Technology of Architecture”, EDRA "Environmental Design Research Association, and IALE “International Association of Landscape Ecology”.
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Score: 1248073.8 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/4...745e953cc5294cf8054af8177c.pdf
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Dismantling the human/nature dichotomy: Wholeness & immersive reality Marie-Claude Plourde 512 c “Devenir-matière” pour une pratique éthique de l’architecture Dismantling the human/nature dichotomy: Wholeness & immersive reality 10:30 — 12:30 9:30 — 10:00 HEALTH BREAK AND EXPO OPENING 10:00 — 10:30 KEYNOTES THEME: DESIGN FOR EARTH Louis Mills 515 Application of a Landscape Sustainability Model Facing the technological dilemma Martin Racine 515 ADN - La vie future des objets Facing the technological dilemma Gregory Caicco 515 Artifical Superintelligence and the Urgency of Wisdom Facing the technological dilemma Niek Hazendonk 515 Carefully Testing Design and Planning on its Value Facing the technological dilemma Ana Mestre 516 c Circular Product Design Design, manufacturing and environmental challenges Franco Schiaffino 510 d Images for a cultural change Responsible design: Design and the sustainable society Thomas Knoll 510 d Energy Landscapes - Spacial landscape interventions within the energy turnaround of Lower Austria Responsible design: Design and the sustainable society Shannon Dyck 510 d Cohousing: A pathway to sustainable, urban communities Responsible design: Design and the sustainable society Noora Nylander 510 d User Experience Design as a Sustainable Design Strategy: Case Study within Packaging Design Projects Responsible design: Design and the sustainable society Eric Orlando Jiménez Rosas 510 d Psychological indicators for the open green spaces sustainability evaluation Responsible design: Design and the sustainable society TUESDAY OCTOBER 17, 2017 Amaya Larrucea 510 d Psychological indicators for the open green spaces sustainability evaluation Responsible design: Design and the sustainable society Jonathan Hayes 510 d Saving the Planet, One Beautiful Design at a Time Responsible design: Design and the sustainable society Aimée Smith 510 c Super Charrettes: Reconsidering the Sustainable Design Process Holistic design solutions Germana Isacco 510 c Going up to see better: holistic approach to save the countryside Holistic design solutions Chiara Menna Catherine Dubois 516 d Design, think, and discuss, make a better future happen! (...) Mahdavi Moghaddam 512 c The possible contributions of digital technology in piecemeal regeneration of Tehran Going beyond sustainability: regenerating large-scale degraded landscapes Paola Sangalli 512 c Soil and Water Bioengineering in the regenerative Landscape design process Going beyond sustainability: regenerating large-scale degraded landscapes Caroline Frenette 510 b Innovative Timber Construction in Quebec Design, manufacturing and environmental challenges Mayumi Hayashi 510 b Construction of historical ruins park with re-creation of Yayoi era forest Design, manufacturing and environmental challenges Sigrid Bürstmayr 510 b Upcycling Design. Throw away – No thanks. Design, manufacturing and environmental challenges Anne Marie Collins 510 d Biomimétisme : L’art d’imiter les designs de la nature Responsible design: Design and the sustainable society Rebecca Hughes 510 d Securing High Quality Landscape Design and Sustainability for Transport Infrastructure Landscapes Responsible design: Design and the sustainable society Filiz Klassen 510 d Convergence of Architecture, Image and Climate Data Responsible design: Design and the sustainable society Lyne Lefebvre 510 d Design et ERE : design de créativité écosociale comme vecteur de changement et de mobilisation écocitoyenne.
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Score: 1246244.2 - https://en.unesco.org/creative...grammation_22-09-2017_AN-3.pdf
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Annual Conferences Management documents Reporting & monitoring Use of the logo Cities Response to COVID-19 Media and Interviews Contact Join the Network Call for Applications Frequently Asked Questions COVID-19 Montreal launches the Call for Proposals for the Multidisciplinary Landscape Architecture Competition Montreal Design Montreal launches the Call for Proposals for the Multidisciplinary Landscape Architecture Competition When:  Thu, 10/15/2020 to Wed, 11/25/2020 As a UNESCO Creative City of Design, Montréal has developed numerous strategies to ensure greater recognition for designers and architects and to increase the quality of design of buildings and public spaces. (...) The project calls on architects, landscape architects and other design and development professionals to transform this space into a fresh, green island and a new place for residents, workers and visitors of the neighborhood to socialize. (...) When: 01 Sep 2021 to 31 Oct 2021 Know more Design City in Geelong: building an innovation ecosystem About: Design City, a highlight event as part of Geelong Design Week...
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Score: 1238233.5 - https://en.unesco.org/creative-cities/node/1768
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Annual Conferences Management documents Reporting & monitoring Use of the logo Cities Response to COVID-19 Media and Interviews Contact Join the Network Call for Applications Frequently Asked Questions COVID-19 Montreal launches the Call for Proposals for the Multidisciplinary Landscape Architecture Competition Montreal Design Montreal launches the Call for Proposals for the Multidisciplinary Landscape Architecture Competition When:  Thu, 10/15/2020 to Wed, 11/25/2020 As a UNESCO Creative City of Design, Montréal has developed numerous strategies to ensure greater recognition for designers and architects and to increase the quality of design of buildings and public spaces. (...) The project calls on architects, landscape architects and other design and development professionals to transform this space into a fresh, green island and a new place for residents, workers and visitors of the neighborhood to socialize. (...) When: 12 Mar 2016 Know more Call for projects: Automotive Talent Award for young designers About: Until 31 August, Torino Creative City of Design, led by the...
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Score: 1234740 - https://en.unesco.org/creative...scape-architecture-competition
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These characteristics mean that wireless network equipment may be, and often is, highly visible in both urban and rural landscapes. The visual effect of wireless network equipment may be addressed by: a) Undertaking a detailed assessment of the landscape in which the wireless network equipment is to be located; and b) Designing the facility to respond appropriately to this landscape setting. In this way, the wireless network equipment can be designed in a manner that is compatible with the particular landscape setting. The higher the level of compatibility of the wireless network equipment design with the landscape, the less significant or intrusive the visual effect will be.
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Score: 1221754.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page644.html
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New elearning courses available on key concepts, processes, financing and monitoring of forest and landscape restoration (FLR) | SFM Toolbox | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) Toolbox Background Modules Tools Cases News E-learning Gateway Register New elearning courses available on key concepts, processes, financing and monitoring of forest and landscape restoration (FLR) 27/05/2021 A series of three new online courses have been developed to introduce the key concepts of forest and landscape restoration (FLR) to practitioners and to equip them with the capacity to design, implement, monitor and analyze financial needs and opportunities for FLR.    (...) In this course, you will learn about:  • What monitoring is, its principles and why it is important for FLR. • How to identify restoration goal-themes and sub themes. • Choosing appropriate indicators to meet restoration objectives. • Designing a restoration monitoring framework, including considerations of trade-offs and synergies, land uses and constraints (...) This course has been developed to equip practitioners with the capacity to design, plan and implement monitoring systems for FLR interventions.
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Score: 1216764.4 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...me/detail-events/en/c/1395155/
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New elearning courses available on key concepts, processes, financing and monitoring of forest and landscape restoration (FLR) | Boîte à outils GDF | Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture FAO.org english français Gestion Durable des Forêts (GDF) Boîte à outils Contexte Modules Outils Cas News Apprentissage en ligne Gateway Enregistrez New elearning courses available on key concepts, processes, financing and monitoring of forest and landscape restoration (FLR) 27/05/2021 A series of three new online courses have been developed to introduce the key concepts of forest and landscape restoration (FLR) to practitioners and to equip them with the capacity to design, implement, monitor and analyze financial needs and opportunities for FLR.    (...) In this course, you will learn about:  • What monitoring is, its principles and why it is important for FLR. • How to identify restoration goal-themes and sub themes. • Choosing appropriate indicators to meet restoration objectives. • Designing a restoration monitoring framework, including considerations of trade-offs and synergies, land uses and constraints (...) This course has been developed to equip practitioners with the capacity to design, plan and implement monitoring systems for FLR interventions.
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Score: 1211990.4 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...me/detail-events/fr/c/1395155/
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New elearning courses available on key concepts, processes, financing and monitoring of forest and landscape restoration (FLR) | Conjunto de herramientas GFS | Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la Agricultura FAO.org english Español Conjunto de Herramientas para la Gestión Forestal Sostenible (GFS) Antecedentes Módulos Herramientas Casos News Aprendizaje electrónico Gateway Registrarse New elearning courses available on key concepts, processes, financing and monitoring of forest and landscape restoration (FLR) 27/05/2021 A series of three new online courses have been developed to introduce the key concepts of forest and landscape restoration (FLR) to practitioners and to equip them with the capacity to design, implement, monitor and analyze financial needs and opportunities for FLR.    (...) In this course, you will learn about:  • What monitoring is, its principles and why it is important for FLR. • How to identify restoration goal-themes and sub themes. • Choosing appropriate indicators to meet restoration objectives. • Designing a restoration monitoring framework, including considerations of trade-offs and synergies, land uses and constraints (...) This course has been developed to equip practitioners with the capacity to design, plan and implement monitoring systems for FLR interventions.
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Score: 1211990.4 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...me/detail-events/es/c/1395155/
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.  Interests are more concrete and “visible” : I want that road paved, I don’t want flooding of my property, I want animals to cross this road safely,…  Inputs can be many kinds: budget, manpower, expertise, promotion,… Stakeholder analysis  Tools: mindmap, matrix,  Relations between stakeholders 10 Principles of stakeholder management 6 11 Stakeholder analysis  Tools: mindmap, matrix,  Relations between stakeholders  Degree of importance on project/process, level of participation  Key stakeholders/target groups Issue 1 Issue 2 Issue 3 Issue 4 Importance Participation level Stakeholder 1 Point of view Interest Point of view Interest High (Co)-Decide, Co- design Stakeholder 2 Point of view Interest Point of view Interest High Co-Design, Advise Stakeholder 3 Point of view Interest Medium Consult Stakeholder 4 Point of view Interest Low Inform Stakeholder 5 Point of view Interest High Co-Design, Advise Principles of stakeholder management Participation level:  Levels of involvement: participation ladder  Shareholders, stakeholders, public 12 Public Stakeholders Shareholders Project Inform Co-Design (Co-)Decide Advise Consult Principles of stakeholder management 7 SI 1: case Integrated Land Consolidation 13 Project area Characteristics of LC projects:  large area involved (2.000 ha)  multifunctional approach, complex issues to be solved  public participation: many stakeholders involved  relatively long term (5-7 years, phasing)  (most of) procedure has a legal basis SI 1: case Integrated Land Consolidation 14 Project area Project phases  Project request  local demand/ministerial decision SI: advise (proposal by farmers)  general project scope: general project area, issues to be considered SI: consult (government administrations) 8 SI 1: case Integrated Land Consolidation 15 Project area Project phases  Feasibility study  surveying: actual land tenancy and ownership, soil types, waterways, nature and landscape types and values, heritage values SI: consult (local expertise, thematic working groups)  refining project scope: detailed issues, possible solutions SI: advise (coordination commission)  evaluating design of land consolidation plan SI: co-design (thematic working groups), co-decide (proposals on cofinancing, management)  environmental impact analysis (EIA), Natura 2000 check, IWD check SI: consult (public inquiry on EIA), co-design (eventual adjustment of LC plan)  project boundary SI: advise (formal inquiry with land users/owners)  project feasibility SI: advise (coordination commission to minister) SI 1: case Integrated Land Consolidation 16 Project area Project phases  Implementation  design of reallotment plan, topographical measurements SI: consult (individual consulting sessions with main land users)  technical design and licensing of implementation measures SI:-  procurement and execution of measures on the field SI: inform (on work timing, temporary nuisances)  formal change of public character of roads and waterways SI: advise (formal inquiry with local governments)  formal deed of ownership and tenancy on new plots SI: advise/inform (formal inquiry with land tenants and owners)  formal deed on cofinancing of land consolidation costs SI: inform (formal request for payment) 9 SI 2: case rural development project De Wijers 17 Project area 18 Nature & biodiversity Water management Diversity of issues: SI 2: case RDP De Wijers 10 19  Biodiversity  Natura2000 areas  Diversity in landscapes  Ponds, forest, meadows, fens, mining waste relicts (terrils), dunes  Touristic diversity  Bokrijk Domain, Hengelhoef, Kelchterhoef, F1-Circuit Zolder, Abbey of Herkenrode, Bovy Domain , Aero Kiewit, …  Cultural-historical  Neolithic site  Castles and religious monuments  Traditional fish farming  Economical  Economical Network around Albert Canal Diversity of issues: SI 2: case RDP De Wijers 20 Stakeholders:  Flemish government - Agency for Forest and Nature - Agency for Agriculture - Agency for Spatial Planning - Flemish Land Agency (coordination)  Provincial government  Local municipalities (7)  Local non-profit organisations (landscape, nature, land owners…) SI 2: case RDP De Wijers 11 SI 2: case RDP De Wijers 23 “Ecosystem Services” (ESS) as conceptual framework:  Focus on the possibilities, not the problems: positive thinking! (...)  In which way are these services dependent on ecosystems/landscapes within the project area?  What are the current and future economic and ecological opportunities within the project? (...) (e.g. policy and legislation) 28 SI 2: case RDP De Wijers SI 3: case land development project Eco² 29  EFRO-project Objective 2 (Knowledge Economy and Innovation)  Cooperation between  Flemish Land Agency  Farmers Union  Agro|contractors  3 luiken:  Agro-management groups  Agro-contractors  Development of landscape buffers for housing areas in Genth Port Area Stakeholders: 15 SI 3: case LDP Eco² 30 Project objective: 31 companies farmers inhabitants M a rk e t-o rie n te d P a rtic ip a to ry a p p ro a c h government Landscape development Process Social support Win-win Area-oriented Project approach: SI 3: case LDP Eco² 16 32 Co-designing workshops with farmers and inhabitants SI 3: case LDP Eco² 33 33 SI 3: case LDP Eco² 17 34  20 contributing companies: signing of ECO² cooperation agreement  Landscape fund: € 85.000 by companies for payment of farmers  18 participating farmers: co-design of plant locations, signing of landscape management contracts  Plant action by farmers and inhabitants: 7 km tree rows, wooded strips and hedgerows  Social support for implementation and management!
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Score: 1204633.2 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...DNET/2013_2/5.5_Belgium_en.pdf
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Forest and landscape restoration (FLR) is a process which brings stakeholders together to create healthy, resilient and productive landscapes and meet national, regional and global commitments.​ This course has been developed to introduce the key concepts and process of forest and landscape restoration. This course is designed for a range of stakeholders with an interest in forest and landscape restoration, including:​ National governments;​ Development organizations;​ Non-governmental organizations (NGOs); and​ Research institutes and universities. Type of Tool E-learning Scale of Application Forest Management Unit Region Global Biome All Forest Type Degraded forest Primary Designated Function All Management Responsibility All Add Comment Contact us Terms and Conditions Data protection and privacy Scam Alert Report Misconduct Jobs Procurement Governing Bodies Office of the Inspector General Evaluation Legal Office Ethics Office FAO organizational chart Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices X Follow us on                                             Download our App © FAO, 2022
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Score: 1201438.9 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...ools/tool-detail/en/c/1402413/
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