Projects and webportals

TransEcoNet (Central Europe Programme)

aims to manage transnational ecological networks in Central Europe. In particular it focuses on unprotected landscapes (gaps) between protected areas.

 

GreenNet (Central Europe Programme)

supports and strengthens policies, strategies and approaches to safeguard an interlinked ecological network with a special focus on legally non- or low protected ecologically valuable areas in the Central European Green Belt.

 

SALVERE (Central Europe Programme)

promotes High Nature Value Farmland with its biodiversity as a valuable resource to support sustainable rural development in Central Europe.

 

LISTEN TO THE VOICES OF VILLAGES (Central Europe Programme)

focusses on increasing the competitiveness and attractiveness of rural marginal areas which have unexploited tourist potential.

 

NATREG (South East Europe Programme)

is addressing the potentials of protected areas as an important instrument of biodiversity conservation and for social and economic development.

 

CULTURAL LANDSCAPE (INTERREG IIIB Programme)

was undertaken 2006 - 2008 by 11 partners to foster the sustainable development of historical cultural landscapes in Central and Eastern Europe.

 

VISULANDS (6th Framework Programme)

run 2003 – 2006 by the ETH Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, the project developed visualisation tools to support public participation in the management of landscape changes.

 

PLUREL (6th Framework Programme)

led by University of Copenhagen (DK), develops new planning and forecasting tools essential for developing sustainable rural-urban land use relationships.

 

VK-LAND-LAB

led by University of Rostock (DE) to build up a virutell laboratory on cultural landscapes. VK-Land-Lab includes new developments as internetGIS and integrates different tested componetns databased infrastructures as wikis, blogs, project management, virtuell organizing, data tagging etc.

 

VIRTUAL LANDSCAPE THEATRE

developed by the  Macaulay Land Use Research Institute Aberdeen (UK), is a mobile projection facility, in which people can be 'immersed' in computer models of their environment to explore landscapes of the past, present and future.

 

KLEKS - the Cultural Landscape Wiki

is the first geo-information system in Germany for digitally charting historical cultural landscape elements according to a holistic methodology. Since 1999, more than a quarter of a million entries have been recorded from the federal states of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Brandenburg, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia.

 

THURINGIAN CULTURAL LANDSCAPE PORTAL

Developed and operated by the Erfurt University of Applied Sciences, the Thuringian Cultural Landscape Portal provides interactive maps for researching and charting (historical) cultural landscape elements.

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