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Master Thesis

Le paysage en semis

Abstract : Human actions to the environment lead to a homogenisation and an impoverishment of the landscape, and a significant loss of biodiversity. This is need to welcome the nature wherever possible. As part of the ecological and environmental concerns, a return and a revival of the landscape in the city are found today. Nature in the city tends to not be confined in closed spaces: it is increasingly integrated with urban spaces. This change is not a passing fad. It marks a decisive break in the approach of building a public park. On one hand it's the answer to the social demand for urban nature of urban people, and it's also the answer to their desire to work towards preserving the biodiversity. Thus, the use of native species in urban development grows. Adapted to local conditions they ensure the success of the landscaping and help to preserve biodiversity. The enthusiasm for this approach, developing an advanced landscape, sowing landscape, continues to grow. Is the emergence of this concept of sowing landscape a response to the request of nature in the city ? This master thesis is organized into three parts: definition of nature in the city and the issues of the use of native flora, study of sowing landscape through projects analysis, questioning the developement in landscaping, urban spaces manager and the role of inhabitants that result.
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Armelle Renard. Le paysage en semis. Sciences agricoles. 2014. ⟨dumas-01071891⟩

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