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Title: Landscape architects value sustainable landscapes and rethink the competences for sustainability
Authors: Vries, Jeroen
Fetzer, Ellen
Stauskis, Gintaras
Triboi, Roxana
Tóth, Attila
Weckman, Emilia
Fekete, Albert
Valanzski, István
Freire, Maria
Andreucci, Maria
Keywords: Landscape architects
sustainable landscapes
Issue Date: 16-Sep-2021
Abstract: LA is a discipline where sustainability goes without saying. The professional work addresses many aspects of sustainability ranging from the environmental, social, and economic dimensions. The competences of landscape education reflect the sustainable approach, but some aspects are still not very well developed and not made transparent within the curricula. The discourse of sustainability has evolved dramatically from the original definition of sustainable development by the Brundtland commission.Today we understand how immensely complex and deeply nuanced sustainability is. Yet to many it remains an abstraction. Landscape architect graduates often have difficulties making their contribution to enhancing sustainable landscapes explicit.
Type: lecture
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