By Dr Tobias Plieninger
Around the globe, efforts are being made to maintain landscapes dealing with primary switch due to common agricultural intensification, land abandonment and urbanization. The 'cultural panorama' and 'resilience' methods have, previously, mostly been considered as particular tools for realizing the results of those dynamics and the ways that they could be tailored or controlled. This publication brings jointly those views, supplying new insights into the social-ecological resilience of cultural landscapes by way of coming to phrases with, and difficult, the ideas of 'driving forces', 'thresholds', 'adaptive cycles' and 'adaptive management'. through linking those study groups, this e-book develops a brand new viewpoint on panorama adjustments. in line with company conceptual contributions and wealthy case stories from Europe, the Americas and Australia, it's going to entice someone drawn to reading and dealing with swap in human-shaped environments within the context of sustainability.