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Culture and the Concept of Landscape

AuthorsPriego González de Canales, Carlos
Iberian Peninsula
Dehesa pasturelands
Olive groves
Coastal landscapes
Urban landscapes
European Landscape Convention
Issue Date2008
SeriesIESA Working Paper Series ; E-0208
AbstractTechnology, which is the driving force of today’s society, has also played a key role in shaping the spaces we currently live in. The imprint of humankind can be found in each and every territory of our planet as humans have shaped and constructed the landscape for centuries, particularly for economic rather than environmental or social reasons.
The enormous economic activity characterising our era is rapidly transforming the centuries-old landscapes that surround us, turning them into yet another element of the relationship between humans and the natural environment.
Description17 pages.
Appears in Collections:(IESA) Informes y documentos de trabajo
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