If our health is affected by the landscape, then it represents something more than just a part of our heritage or a place to be preserved for the aesthetic pleasure it provides.
Could we perhaps start talking about the 'right to landscape' as something intrinsically linked to the well-being of present and future generations?
What do we mean when we speak of an infrastructural landscape project? What does it do, and how?
The logistics policies - mainly of a socioeconomic, transport and environmental nature - are of necessity pursued by means of interdependent tools and values, with a view to ensuring greater accessibility rather than increased environmental and/or tax costs.
The demand for local, biologically cultivated food appears to be on the increase, as is a general desire to promote and preserve biodiversity.
Polyculture can be used in wide variety of applications in the landscape: the wild play a role in our productive landscapes, supporting crop productivity, controlling pests and providing fertility. This is why it is possible and probably necessary to work with it.
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