This course explores the performance of landscape architecture in terms of delivering diverse cultural, social and environmental benefits. These landscape values and benefits are explored through four sub-themes; remediation and restoration, landscape policy and governance, culture and conservation and urban and regional landscape systems. Assessment activities include a research essay and focus on developing the knowledge and skills required to support the design and management landscapes for change and performance, particularly in terms of social and environmental benefits.
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