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IALE WG Landscape planning

Goal: The objective of the Landscape Planning working group is to provide a forum for a continuous debate and exchange of landscape planning scientists and practitioners concerning emerging challenges, topical issues as well as the further development of landscape planning theory and methods. The members of the working group meet regularly, share experiences, and jointly advance landscape planning for the benefit of people and nature. To achieve its objective, the working group undertakes the following activities:

- Regularly organizes symposia and workshops at IALE’s world or regional conferences,
- Identifies topical challenges, trends and current developments of landscape planning,
- Engages in joint publications, and
- Explores options for further collaboration in joint research projects.

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Simona R. Gradinaru
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Dear Colleagues,
This paper on the process of public consultation for approval of urban plans might be of interest to you.
Best regards,
Simona
 
Simona R. Gradinaru
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Dear members of the Working Group on Landscape planning,
We are pleased to invite you to participate in our symposium
Planning and policy approaches for future landscapes: learning from past experiences to develop novel pathways (SYMPOSIUM F2) at the IALE 2022 European Landscape Ecology Congress in Warsaw, 11-15 July 2022.
This symposium is building upon the sessions held at the past IALE European Landscape Ecology Congress in Ghent (2017) and the IALE World Congress in Milan (2019)
The overall objective of this symposium is to assemble talks that present and discuss innovative approaches for integrating landscape ecology principles, concepts, methods into planning and policy for better addressing land transformations-related environmental challenges.
We invite papers that address various steps of the planning cycle, from goal setting to implementation and evaluation procedures. Presentations can address, for example, the role of the actors during the planning process, the efficacy of the planning instruments, or the impact of plans and policies on the landscapes. A focus on urban landscapes and the use of new tools for integrating the ecological and human dimensions within a spatial framework (e.g., digital plans) are particularly welcomed. We encourage contributions that present both theoretical endeavors and empirical results.
An online submission form is available on the congress` webpage https://www.iale2022.eu/programme/call-abstracts.html
Deadline for abstract submission is 28th of January 2022.
Looking forward to seeing you in Warsaw.
Warm regards,
Simona R. Gradinaru, Anna Hersperger and Beatriz Pierri-Daunt
 
Simona R. Gradinaru
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Dear members and friends of the IALE Working Group on Landscape Planning,
To be up to date with the WG`s activities, you can select one of the following options:
- follow the dedicated WG project - IALE WG Landscape Planning. This will allow you to see the updates posted by the WG members. 
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Best regards and have a great summer!
Simona
 
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Dear colleagues,
we are happy to announce a call for contributions to a proposed special issue on 'Planning and Governing nature-based Solutions in River Landscapes' for the journal Ambio. The deadline for preliminary titles and abstracts is Sept. 5, 2019, and manuscripts will be due in March 2020. Please find all details in the attachment.
We look forward to your exciting submissions.
All the best
Christian
 
Simona R. Gradinaru
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The objective of the Landscape Planning working group is to provide a forum for a continuous debate and exchange of landscape planning scientists and practitioners concerning emerging challenges, topical issues as well as the further development of landscape planning theory and methods. The members of the working group meet regularly, share experiences, and jointly advance landscape planning for the benefit of people and nature. To achieve its objective, the working group undertakes the following activities:
- Regularly organizes symposia and workshops at IALE’s world or regional conferences,
- Identifies topical challenges, trends and current developments of landscape planning,
- Engages in joint publications, and
- Explores options for further collaboration in joint research projects.