The Maghreb Landscape Research Network brings together landscape researchers and practitioners from Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia, to identify and raise awareness of local landscape issues in the region, and to explore themes common to these interconnected landscapes.
There is a specific focus on promoting ‘landscape’ as metaphor for environmental action. Other areas of interest include:
- The European Landscape Convention as a model for the Maghreb
- Landscape democracy and environmental action
- Colonial landscapes
- Tourism and landscape – blessing or blight?
- Landscape, language and culture
- Environmental pollution and landscape inequality
تجمع الشبكة المغاربية لبحوث المناظر الطبيعية بين باحثي المناظر الطبيعية والممارسين من الجزائر والمغرب وتونس ، لتحديد وزيادة الوعي بقضايا المناظر الطبيعية المحلية في المنطقة ، واستكشاف موضوعات مشتركة بين هذه المناظر الطبيعية المترابطة
Key events & developments
Initial network meeting
Tunis, 28th November 2019
We are proud to announce an event in North Africa, set up by LRG members, to encourage interest in establishing a Landscape Research Network in the Maghreb, covering Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia. All are welcome to attend the free workshop on Thursday 28th November, 2.00-4.30pm at the National School of Architecture and Urban Design, Tunis (ENAU), Tunisia; the event is held in partnership with ENAU.
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