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Sustainable Landscape Planning (June 2012)

 Sustainable Landscape Planning takes as its starting point the need to examine critically the case for landscape reconnection. It looks at alleged disconnections and their supposed consequences. It explores the arguments about reconnecting the natural and human elements of whole landscapes.

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