The health crisis in recent months has left us several messages. The lifestyle that we had led until the beginning of our quarantine is unsustainable, there is a lack of green spaces in cities. The confinement resulted in improved air quality, vegetation in urban areas grew naturally, and examples of wildlife have even been seen roaming the cities.
The f lora and fauna began to regain their place. Meanwhile, human beings, from our homes, are in search of activities and means that help us maintain our peace of mind. Many of us began to observe the landscape that surrounded us from our windows and we created small oases by including plants in our homes, our need to be in contact with nature, made us exploit our creativity to design parks that we can visit during the pandemic.
In this edition, we invite you to learn about the landscape projects, activities, and measures that have been developed during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the benefits that getting closer to nature gives us. “Recovering the Landscape” is an opportunity to reconnect with nature and think about new models of society.