Theme 5: Landscape and rural land use

Overview of Workshops:
WS 5.1 - Designing sustainable landscapes
WS 5.2 - Landscape and tourism: New models and practices
WS 5.3 - Systems approach in technology-oriented farming system design
WS 5.4 - Education in landscape and territory agronomy 


WS 5.1 - Designing sustainable landscapes

This workshop was convened by Derk Jan Stobbelaar

A. Havet, L. Dobremez, L. Polge de Combret and E. Perret. Testing socioeconomic development scenarios: An approach for assessing agricultural sustainability at territorial scale. Case study: The abondance Valley (Haute-Savoie, France). pp. 1993-2003.

I. Pinxterhuis and F. Caron-Flinterman. Stakeholder management in regional design and development processes: how to involve farmers? pp. 2004-2012.

C. Aubry, A. Ba, M.H. Dabat and J. Ramamonjisoa. Urban agriculture and sustainable urban landscape. An applied research on two case studies (Madagascar and Senegal). pp. 2013-2026.

E.-A. Nuppenau and A. Hoeft. Farming with ecological main structures as natural pest control: Modelling land use regulations as common property. pp. 2027-2039.

D.J. Stobbelaar, J. Van Ruth and K. Hendriks. Matching hen ethology, farm management and landscape quality in a design for outdoor poultry farming. pp. 2040-2049.

E. Mettepenningen, V. Vandermeulen and G. Van Huylenbroeck. Perspectives for landscape management by farmers in the framework of regional branding processes. pp. 2050-2065.


WS 5.2 - Landscape and tourism: New models and practices for the relation with the rural world

This workshop was convened by Álvaro Campelo

R. Hübner and J. Kantelhardt. Demand for public environmental goods from agriculture - Finding a common ground. pp. 2066-2075.

Á. Campelo, J. Goncalo and A. David. Theories and practices in touristic strategies in rural areas. Case studies: Bertiandos Lagoons and Barroso Ecomuseum. pp. 2076-2084.

L.M. Battaglini, M. Renna, M. Verona, M. Lando and M. Bianchi. “Alpine Pastures Without Borders” and the “Museum of Alpine Farming”: Examples of sustainable rural tourism connecting Italian and Swiss Alps. pp. 2085-2090.

H. Morango and Á. Campelo. Rural world, wild spaces: Legends and narratives of fantastic worlds in the appropriation and interpretation of the rural space. How to integrate these narratives in the enjoyment of the rural space? pp. 2091-2096.

M. Shakya. Tourism’s impact on the risk management and coping capacity of rural communities in Nepal. pp. 2097-2107.


WS 5.3 - Systems approach in technology-oriented farming system design

This workshop was convened by Wei-li Liang, Shi-ming Luo, Peter Carberry, Helena Gómez Macpherson and Santiago Lopez-Ridaura

L. Shiming. A system approach toward eco-agriculture in China. pp. 2108-2115.

Ling-an Niu, Zhenyu Lu, Yong Yan, He-fa Yang, Guangcheng Shen, Shukui Zhang and Jin-min Hao. Utilization of winter-fallowed cotton fields in the Huang-Hai Plain. pp. 2116-2122.

R. Kathiresan. Spatial and temporal integration of component enterprises in smallholder farms of India for sustainability in farming and rural livelihoods. pp. 2123-2128.

S. Delmotte, S. Lopez-Ridaura, J.-M. Barbier and J. Wery. Integrated analysis of the extension of organic agriculture in the Camargue: a participatory approach for model-based indicators at different scales. pp. 2129-2138.

R. Nettle, M. O'Kane, B. King, D. Chapman and D. Henry. Farmers design farm systems – not researchers: Conceptual ideas for linking farms, advisers, research projects and regions to improve technology choice in Australian dairy production. pp. 2139-2148.

T. Feike, Q. Chen, J. Pfenning, S. Graeff-Hönninger, G. Zühlke and W. Claupein. How to overcome the slow death of intercropping in China. pp. 2149-2158.

W. Liang, G. Wwang, H. Lü and Fu Chen. Integrated system design: exploring scientific principles in traditional Chinese agricultural practises. pp. 2159-2166.


WS 5.4 - Education in landscape and territory agronomy

This workshop was convened by Sylvie Lardon, Salma Loudiyi, Camilla Moonen and Mariassunta Galli

C. Manoli, A. Ickowicz and B. Dedieu. Livestock farming systems and local development: A review of the multiple dimensions of 'territory'. pp. 2167-2175.

A.-C. Moonen, M. Galli, S. Lardon, H. Rapey, N. Silvestri, M. Benoit, C. Thenail, P. Barberi and E. Bonari. A winter school in landscape agronomy and the synergies it created. pp. 2176-2183.

S. Paradis, K. Doulgas-Mankin, S. Hutchinson, M. Gay and T. Selfa. AREM: An original joint educational program to improve the sustainability of agricultural natural resources and environmental management. pp. 2184-2190.

F. Bradley, S. Carlesi, A.-C. Moonen and P. Bàrberi. Knowing the landscape to understand the territory: A case study in agronomy education. pp. 2191-2200.

S. Lardon, S. Loudiyi, M. Galli, E. Marraccini, M. Houdart and E. Bonari. From territory agronomy to regional planning: Agricultural management in periurban areas. pp. 2201-2205.

O. Therond, J.-E. Bergez, D. Paillard, P. Grieu, M. Willaume, A. Ouin and C. Auricoste. From farm, landscape and territory analysis to scenario exercise: an educational programme on participatory integrated analysis. pp. 2206-2216.

M. Benoît and S. Lardon. When students faced rural and peri-urban realities: An interactive module on “Local integrated management for rural development” case. pp. 2217-2221.

T. Pinto-Correira, Y. Michelin and I.A.J. Ramos. Analyzing transition processes in rural landscapes: The farm systems approach. pp. 2222-2227.