HUM-952: Red de Estudios sobe Sostenibilidad, Patrimonio, Participación, Paisaje y Territorio
This recently created group involves the pooling of the research experiences of a group of young professors with a well-established curriculum to design research projects on the Euro-Mediterranean and Latin American territory and landscape, generating research networks in this international field. Our aim is to work with new participatory methodologies oriented to the design of environmental and territorial public policies, generating processes of community social action, so we can advise both private and public social entities. Our dimension is transdisciplinary with members coming from the fields of environmental sciences, history and archaeology of the territory, thus being able to orientate our work practices towards different productive sectors.
The main lines of research are the following:
- Biocultural Heritage.
- Territorial Archaeology.
- Agroecology and Local Territory.