One of the most important factor, which has influenced at various scale of intensity land-cover evolution in the whole Mediterranean Basin, has been the agricultural practice. Changes dynamics in agro-forestry land-cover leading to abandonment of particular territories highlight the need for a better understanding of the patterns and processes of re-colonization and alternative succession of species and uses. The paper explores the role of open spaces to re-establish resilient local food networks, new waste and energy cycles into a new rural renaissance dimension, landscapes heritage re-qualification and forms of active protection.

The productive landscapes in Mediterranean coastal regions

Sommariva E.
2018

Abstract

One of the most important factor, which has influenced at various scale of intensity land-cover evolution in the whole Mediterranean Basin, has been the agricultural practice. Changes dynamics in agro-forestry land-cover leading to abandonment of particular territories highlight the need for a better understanding of the patterns and processes of re-colonization and alternative succession of species and uses. The paper explores the role of open spaces to re-establish resilient local food networks, new waste and energy cycles into a new rural renaissance dimension, landscapes heritage re-qualification and forms of active protection.
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