Table Of Contents
Contents: Preface, Jean-Paul Albertini; Introduction to the English Edition: light on a parallel path, Peter Howard and Yves Luginbuhl; Introduction, Daniel Terrasson. Part I Biophysical Realities and Landscape Practices: Introduction, Josefina Gomez-Mendoza; Re-interpretation of a heritage: pruned trees on the outskirts of Angers and Rennes, Monique Toublanc, Pauline Frileux and Bernadette Lizet; Landscapes of non-woodland trees: landscapes which reveal the challenges of sustainable development, Sylvie Guillerme, Yolanda Jimenez and Diego Moreno; Landscapes and erosion in the Mediterranean mountains: a comparison between France, Spain and Italy, Marianne Cohen, Freddy Rey, Xavier Ubeda and Josep Vila-Subiros; Paths that trace a territorial thought through the landscape, Laurence Le Du-Blayo, Veronique Van Tilbeurgh, Claudine Thenail and Didier Le C/ur; From landscape offers to landscape production: the economics of rural paths, Tina Rambonilaza, Laurence Amblard and Helene Revol; Sustainable development: a routine concern for landscape practices?, Constance De Gourcy and Jean-Samuel Bordreuil. Part II Landscape Resources between Heritage and Practice: Introduction, Monique Toublanc; Landscape and sustainable development: a union contrary to nature?, Emmanuel Guisepelli, Valerie Mieville-Ott, Loic Perron, Giorgio de Ros and Veronique Peyrache-Gadeau; Landscape resources and place: is regulation necessary?, Corinne Larrue, Mathieu Bonnefond, Jean David Gerber and Peter Knoepfel; The olive grove: productive area or landscape heritage? A comparison between Andalusia (Spain) and Southern Alps (France), Marianne Cohen, Stephane Angles, Claudia Marquez and Eduardo Araque Jimenez; A comparison of the emergence of wind energy landscapes in France, Germany and Portugal, Alain Nadai, Werner Krauss, Ana Isabel Afonso, Dorle Drackle, Oliver Hinkelbein, Olivier Labussiere and Carlos Mendes; Making good use of landscapes' pasts: landscape narratives and sustainability in three European wine World Heritage Sites (Tokaj, Saint-Emilion, Cinque Terre), Serge Briffaud and Bernard Davasse; Landscape, public decisions and intergenerational equity: an economic approach, Walid Oueslati, Robert Lifran and Julien Salanie. Part III Governance and Participation: Introduction, Yves Michelin; The future of landscapes: the challenges of participation, Pascal Marty, Jacques Lepart, Raphael Mathevet, Robert Lifran, Jean-Marie Attonaty, Jean-Paul Cheylan, Naima Hadjem, Marjorie Le Bars, Amelie Nespoulous, Sandra Said, Sophie Thoyer and Vanja Westerberg; Wind farms and landscapes: acceptance does not always mean participation, Sophie Le Floch and Marie-Jose Fortin; Environmental aesthetics and participatory landscape projects, Nathalie Blanc and Jacques Lolive; The paradoxes of policy: governance and conflicts in three cultural World Heritage Landscapes, Aline Brochot; Cultural landscapes and governance: a new social contract or a return to repression?, Marie Roue; Conclusion, Yves Luginbuhl. Bibliography; Index.
Peter Howard is a geographer who studied at Newcastle and later at Exeter. He taught landscape ideas to students of art and design, and later ran degree courses in landscape and heritage, at Plymouth University. He is now Visiting Professor of Cultural Landscapes at Bournemouth, UK, Yves Luginbuhl is a Researcher at CNRS, Paris, France and Daniel Terrasson works for CEMAGREF and IRSTEA France. Yves LuginbA hl is an agronomic engineer and geographer, emeritus director of research at CNRS, co-editor of the European Landscape Convention, member of the Scientific Committee of Natural Heritage and Biodiversity, and president of the Scientific Committees for research programmes into landscape of the Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy. He is a member of the National Committee of Scientific Research (CNRS). His most recent book, La Mise en Scene du Monde, won the Eduard Bonnefous prize of the Academy of Sciences. Peter Howard is a geographer and now a Visiting Professor of Cultural Landscape at Bournemouth University, UK. He was editor of Landscape Research for many years, and founded the International Journal of Heritage Studies. He has written extensively on issues both of Landscape and of Heritage, including his latest book An Introduction to Landscape. He is a member of the French scientific committee responsible for this book, and a member of the Ramsar Culture Network. Daniel Terrasson is an agronomist, and Engineer General of Bridges, Waters and Forests, now in retirement. Laurent Belanger, Head of Unit at the Research and Innovation Directorate of the French Ministry of Ecology has charge of the programme 'Landscape and Sustainable Development' and participated to the coordination of this English language version. Gerard Guillaumin, of this Unit and now in retirement, participated in the coordination of the French version.