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PDF - The Landscape Award Alliance of the Council of Europe (European spatial planning and landscape, No.103)

PDF - The Landscape Award Alliance of the Council of Europe (European spatial planning and landscape, No.103) (2016)

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PDF - The Landscape Award Alliance of the Council of Europe (European spatial planning and landscape, No.103)

PDF - The Landscape Award Alliance of the Council of Europe (European spatial planning and landscape, No.103)

The European Landscape Convention was adopted under the auspices of the Council of Europe with the aim of promoting the protection, management and planning of European landscape and organising European co-operation in this area. It is the first international treaty covering all aspects of landscape. It applies to the entire territory of the contracting parties and covers natural, rural, urban and peri-urban areas. It concerns landscapes that might be considered outstanding, commonplace or deteriorated.

The convention represents an important contribution to achieving the Council of Europe’s objectives, namely to promote democracy, human rights and the rule of  law, as well as to seek common solutions to the main problems facing European society. By taking into account landscape, culture and nature, the Council of Europe seeks to protect the quality of life and well-being of Europeans in a sustainable development perspective.

The Landscape Award, set up by the convention, recognises exceptional accomplishments in this area and makes people aware of the importance of landscapes.

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The European Landscape Convention was adopted under the auspices of the Council of Europe with the aim of promoting the protection, management and planning of European landscape and organising European co-operation in this area. It is the first international treaty covering all aspects of landscape. It applies to the entire territory of the contracting parties and covers natural, rural, urban and peri-urban areas. It concerns landscapes that might be considered outstanding, commonplace or deteriorated.

The convention represents an important contribution to achieving the Council of Europe’s objectives, namely to promote democracy, human rights and the rule of  law, as well as to seek common solutions to the main problems facing European society. By taking into account landscape, culture and nature, the Council of Europe seeks to protect the quality of life and well-being of Europeans in a sustainable development perspective.

The Landscape Award, set up by the convention, recognises exceptional accomplishments in this area and makes people aware of the importance of landscapes.

Contents

Preface
Introduction
1st Session 2008-2009
     Presentation
     The Parc de la Deûle, Lille Métropole, France
     The Cristina Enea Park, San Sebastián City Council, Spain
     The tourist trail marking system, Czech Tourist Club, Czech Republic
     The landscape management of the Hämeenkyrö National Landscape Area, City of Hämeenkyrö, Finland
     The Implementation of the Complex Nature Conservation and Landscape Management Programme in the Zámoly Basin, Public Foundation for Nature Conservation Pro Vértes, Hungary
     The Val di Cornia Park System, Val di Cornia, Italy
     The Biodiversity and Natural Resources Management Project, Association for the Conservation of Nature, Turkey
     The Regional Distribution of Landscape Types in Slovenia, University of Ljubljana, Biotechnical Faculty, Department of Landscape Architecture, Slovenia
2nd Session 2010-2011
     Presentation
     Carbonia: the landscape machine, Joint Committee of the Municipality of Carbonia, City of Carbonia, Italy
     Grant programmes for local communities to shape their surroundings into a place where they are happy to live, Ekopolis Foundation, Slovakia
     Education and awareness-raising: city, territory, landscape, Generalitat of Catalonia and Landscape Observatory of Catalonia, Spain
     The Durham Heritage Coast, Durham Heritage Coast Partnership, United Kingdom
     The Landscape Route of the Escaut Plains Natural Park, Escaut Plains Natural Park, Belgium
     The hazel orchards in the village of Polystypos, Polystypos Community Council, Cyprus
     The Čehovice landscape, Prostějov district in Moravia, Regional Land Office Prostějov, Czech Republic
     The management of endangered traditional biotopes and the preservation of the traditional rural landscape, Finnish Association for Nature Conservation, Finland
     The Port aux Cerises open air leisure centre, Joint Committee for Investigation, Planning and Management of the Port aux Cerises Outdoor Leisure Centre, France
     The traditional stone culture of the Bükkalja landscape, Beehive Rock Nature Conservation and Cultural Association, Hungary
     The Dutch Landscape Manifesto, Foundation Landscape Manifesto, the Netherlands
     The Herand Landscape Park, County Government of Hordaland, Norway
     The landscape of the Backi Monostor village, “Podunav” Backi Monostor, Serbia
     “We are making our landscape”, Slovenian Association of Landscape Architects, Slovenia
3rd Session 2012-2013
     Presentation
     Preserving ecological value in the landscape of the Szprotawa river valley, Lower Silesian
     Association of Landscape Parks, Poland
     The rebirth of the Alto Belice Corleonese region through the recovery of lands confiscated from the mafia organisations, LIBERA, Associations, names and numbers against mafias, Italy
     U-parks, U-turns we love, Utena district Municipality, Lithuania
     The Gate of Gornje Podunavlje, NGO Podunav, Backi Monostor, Serbia
     Hoge Kempen National Park, Regionaal Landschap Kempen en Maasland vzw, Belgium
     Environmental education in the town of Strakonice year by year or “Pilgrimage through the Contemplative Landscape”, Municipality of Strakonice, Czech Republic
     The Landscape Projects of Hyyppä Valley, City of Kauhajoki, Hyyppä village Association, Finnish Forestry Centre/Public Services, Unit of South and Central Ostrobothnia, Finland
     The Grand Pré Park, City of Langueux, France
     The Complex landscape rehabilitation and development programme in the Gerecse Mountains and the Által Creek Valley, Association for the Restoration and Development of the Által Creek Valley (Tata), Hungary
     The Bere Island Conservation Plan, The Heritage Council and the Bere Island Project Group, Ireland
     The Dzintari Forest Park, Jurmala City Council, Latvia
     Planning policy for conservation and sustainable development of 20 national landscapes in the Netherlands, Stichting Nationale Landschappen (NGO), Netherlands
     The Furnas Landscape Laboratory (Furnas LandLab), Azores Regional Directorate of the Environment, Portugal
     Agricultural Development and Environmental Protection in Transylvania, ADEPT Foundation, NGO, Romania
     Salvage, Revival and Operation of the Forest Railway in the Landscape of Cierny Balog, Ciernohronska zeleznica NGO, Slovak Republic
     The Landscape and water-management restoration of Škocjanski Zatok nature reserve, DOPPS, BirdLife Slovenia, Slovenia
     The sustainable revitalisation of the protected landscape of Geria, Consortium for the defence and promotion of the landscape of Geria, Spain
     The South Pennines Watershed Landscape Project, Pennine Prospects, United Kingdom
4th Session 2014-2015
     Presentation
     The borderless co-operation of local communities for the landscape heritage of the “Fabulous” Hetés, project presented by Hungary
     The service tree, the tree of the Slovácko Region, Czech Republic
     Liptovská Teplička: protection of unique historical landscape types, Slovak Republic
     The Sénia Territory Millennium Olive Tree Landscape, Spain
     The enhancement of the natural site and landscape of Hof ter Musschen, Belgium
     The Ecomuseum Blaca Hermitage, Croatia
     The development of the Historical Centre of Agios Athanasios, Cyprus
     “The Bull by the horns”: grazing in nature and landscape management, Finland
     The Agricultural Park of Paduli, Italy
     The town of Kuldīga in the Venta Valley: preserving a unique landscape for future generations, Latvia
     The New Dutch Waterline, the Netherlands
     Biodiversity and Natural Resources Management in the Camili Basin, Turkey
Appendix 1 – European Landscape Convention
Appendix 2 – Resolution of the Committee of Ministers CM/Res(2008)3 on the rules governing the Landscape Award of the Council of Europe

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