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CLaD is mapping a roadmap for an interdisciplinary and cross-departmental hub.

CLaD is mapping a roadmap for an interdisciplinary and cross-departmental hub.

CLaD has been recently granted by  LANDSAM. The so-called fagmidler project which is based on the collaboration across several departments  (e.g. Landscape Architecture, Urban and Regional Planning, International Studies, Public Health and EIE-JUSS) has funded several activities that ClaD is currently developing. First workshop has been postponed until September, 2020 due to coronavirus.

Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Blue-Green Infrastructure and Ecosystem Services for Stormwater Management and Flood Risk Mitigation. Norwegian and International Experiences

Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Blue-Green Infrastructure and Ecosystem Services for Stormwater Management and Flood Risk Mitigation. Norwegian and International Experiences

International Seminar at the NMBU,  14. November 2019. Clock building U215, 12.15 – 16.00. Organizers: Mina Di Marino, Synne Movik and Steinar Taubøll. In association with Landscape Lab and Landscape Democracy Centre, NMBU

Landscape Architecture for Global Sustainability - Master of Science

Landscape Architecture for Global Sustainability - Master of Science

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

NEW BOOK: Defining Landscape Democracy  35% discount

NEW BOOK: Defining Landscape Democracy 35% discount

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.

 

LANDSCAPE CITIZENSHIPS

LANDSCAPE CITIZENSHIPS

Welcome to a 1-day symposium at Conway Hall, London, on 16 November 2018.

Seminar: Crossing landscape and disciplinary boundaries. Migration, democracy and social justice at times of global environmental and social uncertainties.

Seminar: Crossing landscape and disciplinary boundaries. Migration, democracy and social justice at times of global environmental and social uncertainties.

The open seminar took place on Tuesday 10 October 2017 at NMBU. Presentations and recordings from seminar can be downloaded from EVENTS.

 

CLaD Visiting Scholar Alessia De Nardi

CLaD Visiting Scholar Alessia De Nardi

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.