Cultural Heritage--Possibilities for Land-Centered Societal Development (Environmental History #13) (Hardcover)

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By Józef Hernik (Editor), Maria Walczycka (Editor), Edward Sankowski (Editor)
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This book includes multi-national research studies (social and natural science research, as well as more directly practical university-based knowledge) about cultural heritage, land, and societal development in varied countries. The book is particularly about land use (as a fundamental aspect of the environment) and its role in development (especially sustainable development). Many of the studies are about topics concerning the transition from more rural to more urbanized land areas. However, some studies concern other types of changes. This includes general attention to globalization and nation-state dimensions of change. Nonetheless, there are interpretations communicated of unique histories at differing scales in the researches here. There is often a focus on more uniquely local and regional territories (including attention to smaller-scale land use) and an interest in future possibilities that conserve positive features of past terrain.



Product Details
ISBN: 9783030580919
ISBN-10: 3030580911
Publisher: Springer
Publication Date: December 9th, 2021
Pages: 390
Language: English
Series: Environmental History