The Seascape: The Different Faces of the Sea

Around the coasts of the world, there is a very valuable heritage left by past civilizations that affected the coastal and marine environments.

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Cultivation Terraces: A tradition in the face of the challenges of climate change

For thousands of years, in many different parts of the world, cultivation terraces, platforms, and plots have been a strategy employed by many different civilizations located on hillsides to produce food.

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The Terrace, a Viewpoint towards the Landscape

A terrace is an external area that is open and flat, it is used, either as an integral element of the landscape, as an extension at the top of a building, or at ground level supported by an embankment or a solid base (whether natural or artificial).

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LWCircus, Resilient Creative Community

There are professionals who carry out experimental methods and
design strategies based on social and cultural practices of the specific
place in which they operate, aiming at improving sensitive areas and
redesigning the rural and contemporary urban landscape in transition.

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The Regional Botanical Garden “Roger Orellana” of the Scientific Research Center of Yucatán

Yucatán’s peninsula has very characteristic natural landscapes composed of diverse types of tropical vegetation. It is calculated that their flora has more than 2,500 species.

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My Environment, Learning Scenario

The word “landscape” evokes the paintings made by artists who have materialized on a canvas what they have observed in a valley, a lake, a river, a city, or a village. In other words, what they have observed in a landscape.

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THE LANDSCAPE AS A TEACHING RESOURCE

The landscape is the place and its image, is the form taken by geographical facts plus their perceptions, interpretations and cultural representations.

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Pedagogical farms: reflection spaces for the ecological transition

Derived from the phenomenon of food industrialization, during the twentieth century many people began to lose contact with the natural cycles, and how food was produced.

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The yard of my house: Historical and cultural landscape of cities

The exterior spaces that we build and inhabit, including the patios and residential gardens, often reflect in its configuration cultural aspects of its inhabitants.

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