The LE:NOTRE Institute invites universities across Europe to express
their interest in hosting the 8th LE:NOTRE Landscape Forum in spring
2019. Expressions of interest should reach the LNI board by [read more..]
This outcome statement summarizes the main findings of the 6th LE:NOTRE Institute LandscapeForum on ‘Inclusive Landscapes’. The ideas presented here may support local and regional stakehol [read more..]
The Saturday before Pentecost is the day of the pilgrimage to Sumuleu Ciuc in Romania, which this year was at its 450th anniversary. Since the church is not anymore sufficient for the hunderts of thou [read more..]
The green project Bad Herrenalb is representing the Landesgartenschau (land garden show) in the land of Baden-Württemberg in Germany in 2017. Bad Herrenalb is a thermal ressort in the mountains o [read more..]
Wednesday, May 17, 09 00 - 12 30 CET: The four keynote speakers of the landscape forum will look at the concept of inclusive landscapes from four different perspectives: sociology, political science, [read more..]
One of the case studies for dealing with renewable energy in Romania is EfdeN, the contribution to Solar Decathlon 2015. Before it, Prispa, inspired from Romanian peasant housing, won numerous prizes. [read more..]
The LE:NOTRE Landscape Forum includes key-note lectures, field trips and intensive collaboration of four thematic groups with two cross cutting themes. Aspects of urban planning, tourism, heritage and [read more..]
ApplicationsThe workshop is open to a limited number of external students, and interested candidates can submit a short CV (max one A4 page) and a one-page pdf of relevant work to Marianne Skjulhaug ( [read more..]
The original LE:NOTRE Projects were co-funded by the European Union's Socrates and Lifelong Learning Programmes.
The LE:NOTRE Institute has been established by ECLAS as foundation under Netherlands Law.