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Sustainable development and rural policies have pursued strategies where farming has been often regarded as a factor deteriorating the ecosystem. But the current economic, social and environmental problems of the Earth probably call for examples of a positive integration between human society and nature. This research work presents more than a hundred case studies where the historical relationships between man and nature have generated, not deterioration, but cultural, environmental, social and economic values. The results show that is not only the economic face of globalization that is…mehr

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Sustainable development and rural policies have pursued strategies where farming has been often regarded as a factor deteriorating the ecosystem. But the current economic, social and environmental problems of the Earth probably call for examples of a positive integration between human society and nature. This research work presents more than a hundred case studies where the historical relationships between man and nature have generated, not deterioration, but cultural, environmental, social and economic values. The results show that is not only the economic face of globalization that is negatively affecting the landscape, but also inappropriate environmental policies. The CBD-UNESCO program on biocultural diversity, the FAO Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems and several projects of the International Union of Forest Research Organizations, as well as European rural policies acknowledge the importance of cultural values associated to landscape. This research intends to support these efforts.

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  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Seitenzahl: 550
  • Erscheinungstermin: 09.12.2012
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9789400753549
  • Artikelnr.: 37499526
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1. The Italian historical rural landscapes: dynamics, data analysis and research findings (Mauro Agnoletti).- 2. Assessing the integrity of the historical landscapes. Three case studies in some terraced areas (Mauro Agnoletti, Antonio Santoro, Lorenzo Gardin).- 3. The role of historical rural landscapes in territorial planning (Alberto Magnaghi).- 4. Rural landscapes: the historical roots of biodiversity (Roberta Cevasco, Diego Moreno).- 5. Landscape and economy (Tiziano Tempesta).- 6. Valle d'Aosta.- 6.1. High-mountain pastures of the Dame de Challant.- 6.2. The heroic viticulture of the Dora Baltea area.- 7. Piedmont.- 7.1. Pastures of Raschera.- 7.2. The plateau of the Vauda.- 7.3. The Baraggia land in the Vercelli and Biella.- 7.4. Wood of Partecipanza of Trino.- 7.5. The San Michele farmhouse.- 7.6. The wooded pastures of Roccaverano.- 7.7. Historical polyculture of Valle Uzzone.- 7.8. The Galarei vineyard.- 8. Liguria.- 8.1. Chestnut orchards in the Alta Val Bormida.- 8.2. Wooded olive groves of Lucinasco.- 8.3. Terraced and irrigated chestnut groves and vegetable gardens in Alta Valle Sturla.- 8.4. Peri-urban vegetable gardens in the valley of the Entella river.- 8.5. Wooded meadows and pastures in the Santo Stefano cheese area.- 8.6. Terraced hazelnut groves of Tigullio.- 8.7. Low-growing terraced vineyards of Tramonti.- 9. Lombardy.- 9.1. The baulati fields of Casalasco.- 9.2. The Banina Hill.- 9.3. Morainic hills of the Lower Garda.- 9.4. Lemon orchards on the Garda Lake .- 9.5. The marcite of the irrigated plain.- 9.6. Bird-catching sites in Lombardy.- 9.7. Val Muggiasca.- 9.8. Terraced vineyards of the Valtellina. 10. Trentino - Alto Adige.- Alto Adige.- 10.1. The meadows and wooded pastures of Salten.- 10.2. Terraced vineyards of Santa Maddalena.- Trentino.- 10.1. The fir and spruce woods of Val Cadino.- 10.2. The vineyards of Val di Cembra.- 11. Friuli Venezia Giulia.- 11.1. The hills of Polazzo in the Carso.- 11.2. The Plasencis countryside.- 11.3. Rosazzo Abbey Hill.- 11.4. The Ampezzo forest and the Lumiei valley.- 11.5. The magredi of Vivaro.- 12. Veneto.- 12.1. Plateau of Tretto.- 12.2. TheWoods of Cansiglio.- 12.3. Vineyard Hills between Tarzo and Valdobbiadene .- 12.4. The fief of the Counts of Collalto.- 12.5. The Palù del Quartier del Piave Area.- 12.6. The Ca' Tron Farm.- 12.7. The vineyards of Fonzaso.- 13. Emilia Romagna.- 13.1. Chestnut orchards of the Lavino area.- 13.2. Valli Le Partite reclamation district.- 13.3. Olive orchards of the Lamone valley.- 13.4. The Partecipanze Centopievesi.- 13.5. The San Vitale Pinewoods.- 13.6. Diamantina estate.- 14.Tuscany.- 14.1. The fir forest of the Monastery of Vallombrosa.- 14.2. The biancane of Val d'Orcia.- 14.3. The monumental chestnut groves of the Scesta valley.- 14.4. Hill of Fiesole.- 14.5. The montagnola senese of Spannocchia.- 14.6. Landscape mosaic of Montalbano.- 14.7. Silvo-pastoral landscapes of Moscheta.- 14.8. Terraced vineyards of Lamole.- 15. Marche.- 15.1. The plateau of Macereto.- 15.2. Hills of Maiolati Spontini.- 15.3. Olive orchards of Coroncina.- 15.4. Piagge of Ascoli Piceno.- 15.5. Polycultures of Loretello.- 15.6. Sasso Simone and Simoncello.- 16. Umbria.- 16.1. The Plestini plateaus.- 16.2. Spelt fields at Monteleone di Spoleto.- 16.3. The hills of Montefalco.- 16.4. Plateaus of Castelluccio di Norcia.- 16.5. The Poggi di Baschi.- 16.6. The Rock of Orvieto.- 16.7. Stepped olive groves.- 17. Lazio.- 17.1. Casette e Prati di Cottanello.- 17.2. The chestnut orchards of Canepina.- 17.3. The Farnesiana.- 17.4. Gorges of the Farfa.- 17.5. Terraced olive orchards of Vallecorsa.- 17.6. Cavaliere estate.- 18. Abruzzo.- 18.1. Sant'Antonio Woods.- 18.2. The open fields of Baronia di Carapelle.- 18.3. Terraced fields and hills of the Majella.- 18.4. Olive orchards of Loreto Aprutino.- 18.5. Fucino plain at Ortucchio.- 18.6. Plateaus of Aielli.- 19. Molise.- 19.1. Cereal farming in Melanico.- 19.2. "La Pista" at Campomarino.- 19.3. The oliv