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Environmental policy and landscape architecture.
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München
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9783954770106
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Volume 18 in the CGL-Studies series, entitled ″Environmental Policy and Landscape Architecture″, is the result of an international symposium held in Jerusalem in March 2011 which was organised by the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute in collaboration with the Centre of Garden Art and Landscape Architecture. The symposium focused on how the many different facets of landscape architecture could help towards solving environmental problems. Sustainable Development and Landscaping, Environmental Policy and the Contribution of Landscape Architecture at a Local Level, Designing Public Open Spaces and Social Sustainability, Spatial Planning and Landscape Architecture in Israel/Palestine, and Water and Soil: Crisis and Conservation are the key chapters in this volume. The authors address a wide range of issues including the significance of religions in ideas about environmentalism in historical and current debates, how Palestinian society can meet challenges posed by the dynamic development of urban structures through capacity building in landscape architecture, and economically meaningful strategies for soil conservation in arable fields as part of agricultural sustainability in semi-arid areas. A key objective of the symposium was also to determine opportunities for cooperation in the field of environment and landscaping for Israelis, Palestinians, Muslims, Jews and Christians in a region marked by huge tension and conflicts. The authors are scholars of various disciplines such as landscape architecture, urban planning, technology assessment, philosophy of science, environmental communication and ecology, and come from Israel, Palestine, USA, Norway and Germany.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Introductory Essays
Hubertus Fischer, Sarah 0zacky-Lazar, Joachim Wolschke-Bulmahn
Introduction

Hubertus Fischer, Gerd Michelsen, Joachim Wolschke-Bulmahn
Environmental Policy and Landscape Architecture

Gabriel Motzkin
Being Afraid of the Environment

Joachim Wolschke-Bulmahn
Mentalities, Environmental Protection and Religion — Some
Historical Remarks

Sustainable Development and Landscaping

Gerd Michelsen
(Higher) Education for Sustainable Development

Ulrich Witte
Communication and Participation in Landscaping

Armin Grunwald
Sustainable Development and Landscape Architecture: Uncertainties,
Reflexive Planning, and Co-Evolution of Landscapes and their
Human Use

Environmental Policy and the Contribution of Landscape
Architecture at a Local Level

Tal Alon-Mozes
Environmentalism in Israel and the Emergence of Ariel Sharon Park
in Tel Aviv

Kaspar Klaffke
Landscape Architecture and Environmental Policy. Striking a Balance
between Singularity and Internationality in Urban Green Space Policy
- Hannover as an Example

Adeeb Daoud Naccache
Revealing the Rural Landscape within the Urban Fabric: The Case of
Nazareth

Designing Public Open Spaces and Social Sustainability

Arza Churchman
The Importance of Public Space for People of Varied Characteristics,
Needs and Preferences

Kenneth Helphand
Tayelet

Christiane Sorensen
Topographic Thinking and Designing

The 'Political Landscape': Spatial Planning and Landscape
Architecture in Israel/Palestine

Oren Yiftachel
From Sharon to Sharon: Spatial Planning and Separation Regime in
Israel/Palestine

Rassem Khamaisi
Landscape Architecture between Legislation and Tradition

Noga Kadman
Erased and Marginalized from Space and Consciousness:
Depopulated Palestinian Villages in Israeli Tourism and Recretation
Sites

Karsten Jergensen, Ram%i Hassan
Capacity Building in Landscape Architecture in Palestine

Water and Soil: Crisis and Conservation

James L. Wescoatjr.
Water-conserving Design in the Landscapes of Abraham

Thomas Kluge
Water Reuse, Rainwater Harvesting and Decentralization as Elements
to Mitigate the Water Crisis in Israel and the Middle East Region

Ayman Salab, Kiidiger Prasse
Production of Native Spices and Useful Herbs in Arable Fields as an
Economically Meaningful Strategy for Soil Conservation

The Organising Institutions

The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute

The Centre of Garden Art and Landscape Architecture (CGL),
Leibniz University of Hannover
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24.03.2015