Online Seminar: Landscape, Democracy and the European Union

Published at: 27 February 2019

The Jean-Monnet-Module Landscape, democracy and the European Union bridges knowledge gaps between the various EU policies, programmes and instruments in the fields of environment and regional development and the actual professional practice of landscape and urban planners, designers, agronomists and regional developers on the ground. This webinar thus aims to inform and raise awareness for the goals and values of the European Union. In particular, we want to discuss the EU's activities for the sustainable development of our everyday living environment: our landscapes.

Our target audience is both interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary: any student or interested citizen is warmly invited to join our discussion. We address in particular students from landscape architecture, landscape and urban planning, agronomy, regional development and sustainable development studies.

This seminar is hosted, organized and managed by NĂ¼rtingen-Geislingen University and a joint offer of the Faculty for Landscape Architecture, Environmental and Urban Planning and the E-Learning Unit of the Centre for University Didactics.

Participation is free for everyone. The online seminar group meets on Wednesdays between 11 30 and 13 00 CET starting on April 3, 2019.

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This seminar is co-funded by the Jean-Monnet-Programme in ERASMUS+

Online Seminar: Landscape, Democracy and the European Union