Landscape planning and architecture
Landscape planning and landscape architecture include design and management of landscapes, i.e. cultural or natural land areas, urban as well as rural.
Landscape planning and architecture are also connected to architecture, ecology, environmental psychology, sociology, environmental communication and system theory.
Landscape planning is also a branch within forestry and includes road and cutting planning etc.
Inspiration and speed dating for joining the Interdisciplinary Academy at SLU firstname.lastname@example.org The process of joining SLU's newly established Interdisciplinary Academy (IDA) is now starting. Be
Call for IDA
The Interdisciplinary Academy is a newly established programme at SLU where You, being a researcher at SLU, is offered the opportunity to collaborate across disciplinary boundaries on complex issues
Conference: Getting our cities right #1: From critical urbanities to sustainable foodscapes
Conference: Getting our cities right #1: From critical urbanities to sustainable foodscapes email@example.com Welcome to a conference organised by the future platform SLU Urban Futures. On
Climate conversation: Impacts, adaptation and vulnerability in a changing climate firstname.lastname@example.org SLU Global and the future platforms are organising a series of climate conversations. In
Landscape Governance Talk: i-Tree and quantification of ecosystem services: risks and opportunities for green space management
email@example.com Welcome to a new Landscape Governance Talk!! Welcome to a new Landscape Governance Talk!! Next Wednesday, we will have Johanna Deak Sjöman talking about: i-Tree and
LARK was celebrated in Ultuna and Alnarp
The Landscape Architecture Programme at SLU has turned 50 years old. The event was celebrated with an Open House on Campus Alnarp and Campus Ultuna. The Landscape Architecture Programme at SLU turned
New research funding for sustainable landscapes
In order to safeguard biodiversity and multifunctional landscapes, the conventional governance and management associated with the ecosystem approach needs to be fundamentally changed. Reforms are
Getting our cities right: From critical urbanities to sustainable foodscapes
Our ever-growing urban areas are both responsible for the sustainability problems we face as a global community, as well as powerhouses for change. It is therefore crucial that we get urban areas on
firstname.lastname@example.org As a Ph.D student, I am interested in sustainable planning and decision-making in stormwater management fields. The key objective of my PhD is to investigate the sustainable
Native Trees and Pollinators: The ecological consequences of non-native trees in cities email@example.com Landscape Management Subject Group invites you to an open lecture with Johan Kjellberg
Open House Ultuna: The Landscape Architecture Programme 50 years
firstname.lastname@example.org This year the April Landscape Days in Ultuna will be merged with the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Landscape Architecture Programme at SLU’s Ultuna Campus
Open House Alnarp: The Landscape Architecture Programme 50 years
email@example.com Campus celebration in Alnarp on the occasion of The Landscape Architecture Programme's 50th anniversary. The Landscape Architecture Programme at SLU turned 50 years in