The Cultural Landscapes Knowledge Hub serves diverse needs and interests. Discover it through our Labs. They allow for geospatial “storytelling”, where results are presented both for experts and non-experts.
Share Use the Hub to
share your knowledge of landscape and landscape practices.
Understand/plan Use the
Hub as a tool for visualising landsape practices and change.
Target policies Use the
Hub as a tool for developing and applying targeted strategies for
Engage Use the Hub as a
tool for landscape dialogue and crowdsourcing data.
Visualize and mark landscape changes as seen from the Sentinel-2
Browse through all Labs from the Cultural Landscapes Knowledge
Cultural Landscape Characterization
Enables to explore cultural landscapes heritage, allowing users to create their own maps using three defining facets of cultural landscapes: landscape structure, management intensity, and value and meaning.
Future cultural landscape dynamics
Integrates data of a model-based assessment of processes of change in cultural landscapes. Potential future threats to cultural landscapes at a European scale are evaluated. The data is made available for downloading.
Cultural Landscape Change explorer
Presents a compiled timelines of cultural landscape change in five study landscapes, based on land use / land cover change analysis of maps and aerial images since mid-19th century. Different dates can be selected and compared with current maps.
Ecosystem Services in EU
This explorer contains the available data on:
- Shares data on wild food spatial distribution and demand and supply of pollination. Places of demand and supply of ecosystem services are made visible.
Landscape and Heritage Practices
Collected data on Heritage Practice and Integrated Landscape Initiatives across Europe through an online survey. The results provide a platform for heritage and landscape practitioners across Europe to discover and share good practices.
SHARE YOUR GOOD LANDSCAPE PRACTICES
Landscape management is uniquely challenging in that it is embedded in environmental, economic, and social contexts. By sharing your work, you help other people to learn from your experiences in addressing these challenges, and you too can be inspired by the creative and insightful approaches others have found.
GUIDELINES FOR LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT
Shows the result of a Landscape Management Assessment of innovative landscape initiatives as well as biodiversity in European cultural landscapes. Stakeholders were engaged through online surveys.
Shows the case study results of this research and innovation project. HERCULES performs targeted case studies on dynamics and values of cultural landscapes. The Cultural Landscapes Hub was developed in the context of the HERCULES project.
Cultural Landscape Days
Constituted a forum, established by the HERCULES project, to create dialogue and bring together people with different stakes and interest in their landscape. It encouraged people to take part in landscape stewardship.