Poster session 3, Ghent

Session 3: Landscape as Heritage in Mainstream Policy

ARCHIVES, LANDSCAPES AND HERITAGE. THE GARDEN PROJECT: GUIDE ON ARCHIVES REGARDING ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY IN BELGIUM, 1700-1980,
Danielle CALUWÉ

LOOKING FOR TOOLS FOR PARTICIPATION IN LANDSCAPE POLICY,
Sarah DEMEYER

SHARE AND PRESERVE ALENTEJO’S LANDSCAPE THROUGH ACTIVE ECOLOGICAL AND CULTURAL POLICIES,
Isabel LOPES CARDOSO

OPPORTUNITIES OF A HISTORIC-ECOLOGIAL APPROACH OF NATURE AND HERITAGE VALUES IN TRADITIONAL LANDSCAPES,
Eric COSYNS

FORGOTTEN LINES, ANTWERP BUNKERS AND TRENCHES SEEN THROUGH THE LENS OF LIEUTENANT ZIMMERMANN,
Wouter GHEYLE

LANDSCAPE WITH PREHISTORIC HILL FIGURE: PLANNING POLICY, THE WHITE HORSE, AND UFFINGTON,
Evelyne GODFREY

WORKING WITH STAKEHOLDERS OF RANGELAND LANDSCAPES: INTEGRATING KNOWLEDGE FOR SUSTAINABLE RANGELAND MANAGEMENT,
Hojatollah KHEDRI GHARIBVAND

SUSTAINABILITY POLICIES AND HERITAGE LANDSCAPES PROTECTION THROUGH THE EUROPEAN LANDSCAPE CONVENTION. THE CASE OF THE SERRA DE TRAMUNTANA IN MALLORCA (SPAIN),
Jaume MATEU

CONTESTED LANDSCAPES: THE POLDER VILLAGE DOEL IN THE ANTWERP HARBOUR REGION (B),
Tim SOENS

CULTURAL LANDSCAPES CAUGHT BETWEEN COMMON GOODS, PRIVATE INTERESTS AND POLITICS,
Mimi URBANC

NEW DUTCH WATERLINE AND LARGE SCALE SPATIAL POLICY IN THE NETHERLANDS,
Gerdy VERSCHUURE-STUIP

EVALUATION OF NATURAL AND CULTURAL HERITAGE IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT POLICIES,
Nina WEBER