CLaD is glad to announce a new seminar about 'Understanding of Green Infrastructure and implications for urban planning in the Mexican city of Culiacán' May 27 from 10 to 11.30. The lecture will be given by the landscape architect Michelle Granados Johansen
CLaD is happy to announce the new seminar on April 29, 2022. 'Cities between homogenisation and authenticity: The forgotten spontaneity in cities and the production of placelessness! Case Helsinki' by PhD Candidate and Lecturer in urban and regional planning at Aalto University, Hosseim Hewidy
Very happy to announce that CLaD is collaborating with the Summer School 2022 LIVING with EARTHQUAKES strategic plan for the earthquakes prone regions, 16-25 July 2022. The school is open to Master Students and PhD candidates, application deadline 15 May, 2022.
The Centre for Landscape Democracy (CLaD) is pleased to announce a new series of monthly seminars of 2022 ‘CLaD meets PhD and Post-Doctoral Researchers’. We are glad to invite you to the seminar on March 31, from 10.00 a.m. to 11.30 a.m.
How is democracy envisioned and practiced in cultural heritage sites? NMBU is joined by guest speakers from Norway, Slovenia, UK and Italy for rich talks and open discussions on landscape democracy. 14 December, 2021, at Vitenparken or online.
The Centre for Landscape Democracy (CLaD) arranged a seminar on April 8, 2021, here the main outcomes! The Core group has really appreciated the active debate and interests of all participants. See you in May, a new seminar will be announced soon!
The Centre for Landscape Democracy (CLaD) is pleased to invite the LANDSAM collegues . The diiscussion will focus on the rhetoric use of landscape concepts in urban and regional planning (speech by Mina Di Marino) and current LANDSAM research on landscape democracy. More Info in the article!
Do you want to engage in some of the most pressing issues of our time? Combining practices from landscape architecture and studies in global development, this programme offers a unique approach to environmental and social challenges across the globe
This book explores the intersection of landscape, democracy and spatial justice on an international scale to offer an overarching definition and examination of the emerging field of landscape democracy.
Alessia holds a PhD in “Uomo e Ambiente” (“Human and Environment”) from Padova University. Her main interest is in landscape perception, in particular the role of landscape in the construction of territorial ties. Alessia has focused on first and second generation immigrants’ experiences.