About the EUROSCAPES project
EUROSCAPES is a shared vision on the necessity to tackle natural and cultural landscapes' management issues in urban and peri-urban areas at an interregional level and in a sustainable way.
The EUROSCAPES project addresses the issue of managing - meaning maintaining, preserving, protecting and enhancing - natural and cultural landscapes in urban and peri-urban areas, namely green spaces like parks, gardens, squares, planted areas, water areas and watersides, but also towns' gateways, deprived green areas, and cultural landscapes composed of built heritage, historical sites...
Through the implementation of Landscapes’ management plans, the objective is to rationalize practices, protect and enhance landscapes in a coherent territorial and sustainable approach.
The INTERREG IVC Programme
The EUROSCAPES project is partly financed by the European Union and in particular the European Regional Development Fund through the INTERREG IVC Programme.
The INTERREG IVC Programme is part of the European Territorial Cooperation Objective. It is a EU programme that helps regions of Europe work together to share their knowledge and experience. Launched in 2007, the programme will run until 2013
For more information: INTERREG IVC website.
The final brochures of the EUROSCAPES project were distributed during the final conference held on October the 25th and 26th 2012.
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