Fifth Careggi Seminar on Landscape Observatories in Europe

Florence 27-28 June 2013: the programme is available!

06 Dicembre 2012 | | id:1493


 

Photo Credits: Barsony third Edition Peoples Landscapes

 

 

Fifth Careggi Seminar "LANDSCAPE OBSERVATORIES IN EUROPE FROM THE ELC RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE LOCAL INITIATIVES (2000-2013)"

 

organised by UNISCAPE in collaboration with Università degli Studi di Torino and Politecnico di Torino with the support of Regione Toscana
partners: RECEP-ENELC, CIVILSCAPE, CIST (Inter-university Center of Territorial Sciences)
 

FLORENCE 27-28 June 2013

Villa Ruspoli,

Piazza indipendenza 9

 

 

Presentation

 

Having regard to the Recommendation CM/Rec (2008)3 on the Guidelines for the implementation of the European Landscape Convention, “landscape observatories, centers and institutes” are one of the main instruments for the implementation of landscape policies (II.3.3). They allow collection, exchange of information and study protocols between states and local communities.
In some cases national and regional bodies have established institutional centers for landscape observation, which show a varied panorama of missions and relationships within the activities of spatial and landscape planning. In Italy, for example, Regional Observatories, created by a national law, collect geographical data, accompany the landscape planning process, and rarely, carry out participation experiments. In Spain too, the Regional Observatories are actively involved in the elaboration of landscape planning instruments. At the same time, a substantial number of “spontaneous” initiatives from civil society to local organizations, which carry out awareness raising, participation, and sometimes, elaborate projects and concrete actions on the territory. This seminar promotes an international overview of the activities of landscape observatories, as well as reflecting on their mission and effectiveness with
regard to the ELC objectives, and the relationships between the different subjects.
With the participation of institutional bodies, public officials, researchers and representatives of civil society, the seminar will discuss the following themes:
 

Awareness, education and participation
Documentation, assessment and monitoring
Relationships with landscape and spatial policies, planning, and design
Landscape Observatories Networks
Research in progress
Problems and actions to be taken: a “Landscape Observatories Agenda”
 

The seminar includes a workshop focused on the Italian case (Italian Regional Landscape Observatories Workshop, in the Italian language); where Landscape Observatories are established in each region and at the national level by law.
Recent publications will be presented in occasion of the seminar.
 

Scientific Committee
Roberto Gambino (Politecnico di Torino and UNISCAPE Executive Board Representative),
Claudia Cassatella (Politecnico di Torino),
Marco Devecchi (Università di Torino, Dipartimento di Scienze Agrarie, Forestali e Alimentari, UNISCAPE Representative)
Federica Larcher (Università di Torino, Dipartimento di Scienze Agrarie, Forestali e Alimentari)
Massimo Morisi (Authority in charge of communication for the landscape plan of the Tuscany Region)
Daniela Poli (CIST Centro Interuniversitario di Scienze del Territorio / Inter-university Center of Territorial Sciences)
Mariella Zoppi (Università di Firenze, UNISCAPE Executive Board Representative)

 

 

Thursday 27 June 2013

Villa Ruspoli, Piazza Indipendenza 9


h. 9:30 Welcome and introduction
Carlo Magnani, President of UNISCAPE
Anna Marson (Minister for Spatial Planning and Territory, Tuscany Region)
Roberto Gambino (Politecnico di Torino), On behalf of Scientific Committee
 

h. 10:00 Awareness raising, education and participation
Moderator: Marco Devecchi
 

Louise Andersson, Caroline Dahl, Anders Larsson, Ingrid Sarlöv Herlin, The landscape observatory of Scania, a new means for landscape dialogue in Southern Sweden
Benedetta Castiglioni, Knowledge, awareness and sharing as keywords for a local landscape observatory: the experience of Canale di Brenta (Northeast Italy)
Simonetta Zanon, The project «Luoghi di valore» (Outstanding places)
Marco Devecchi, Launch of the fourth edition of UNISCAPE's International photo competition People's Landscapes 2013
 

h.11:30 break
 

h. 11:45 Landscape Observatories Networks
Moderator: Massimo Morisi


Valerio Di Battista, Landscape Observatories of the Piedmont Network
Adalgisa Rubino, Towards an observatory of the regional landscape: an hypothesis of the Tuscan network
Dirk Gotzmann, Recent European Year of the Citizens and the ELC


h.12:30 lunch break


h. 14:00 Documentation, assessment and monitoring
Moderator: Claudia Cassatella
 

Maggie Roe, How can policy change be monitored? Developing a Monitoring Framework for policy change in relation to implementation of the ELC in the UK
Yolanda Jimenez Olivencia, Monitoring and Archiving Landscapes of Andalucia
Mariella Zoppi, Landscape Observatory in times of crisis
Massimo Morisi, Anna Marson, Observing landscape with a comparative perspective, Tuscany Region
 

h. 16:00 Workshop degli osservatori del paesaggio regionali e nazionali italiani (regional landscape observatories in italy workshop (*)
*the language of the Workshop is Italian/ in lingua italiana

Moderator: Marco Devecchi

 

Osvaldo Ferrero (Regione Piemonte), Il panorama nazionale degli osservatori del paesaggio istituiti in attuazione del Codice
Roberto Banchini, Direttore del Servizio  “Tutela e Qualità del Paesaggio” MIBAC, L’osservatorio nazionale per la qualità del paesaggio
Rappresentanti di: Regione Umbria, Regione Puglia, Provincia Autonoma di Trento e Regione Lombardia.
Daniela Poli, Il piano paesaggistico della Toscana: un'occasione per innalzare la conoscenza e la coscienza di luogo
Chiude la Regione Toscana, L’esperienza regionale

 

 

 

 

Friday 28 June 2013,

Villa Ruspoli, Piazza Indipendenza 9
 

h. 9:30 Research in progress
Moderator: Federica Larcher

Giulia Carlone, Landscape Observatories: perspectives for the Urban Landscape?
Roberto Amatobene, Eugenia Errante, Raffaele Germano, Carmine Nigro, Bianca Maria Seardo, Landscape Observatories and participation in landscape planning processes. An experimental method to include community evaluation.
Letteria Calvo, For protection, restoration and enhancement of Mediterranean landscapes: the role of the Landscapes Observatories.
Luca Di Giovanni, Italian Landscape Observatories between rules and practises.
Ilaria Dioli, Landscape observatories and observers: cognitive approaches in evolution

 

 


h. 11:00 break


h. 11:15 Relationships with landscape and spatial policies, planning and design
Moderator: Roberto Gambino


Pere Sala, Landscape Observatory of Catalonia
Juan Manuel Palerm, Director Landscape Observatory of the Canary Islands
Eduard Rosell, The landscape in territorial governance, Director of the European Network of Local and Regional Authorities for the Implementation of the European Landscape Convention (RECEP-ENELC)


h. 12:45 Problems and actions to be taken: a “Landscape Observatories Agenda”
Moderator: Bas Pedroli


Representative Tuscany Region (to be appointed)
Eduard Rosell, RECEP-ENELC Director
Inge Gotzmann, CIVILSCAPE President
Pere Sala, Coordinator Landscape Observatory of Catalonia
Roberto Gambino (Politecnico di Torino and UNISCAPE Executive Board Representative),
Marco Devecchi (Università di Torino, UNISCAPE Representative)
J.M. Palerm, UNISCAPE Executive Board Representative and Director Landscape Observatory of the Canary Islands
 

 

 


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