Being Landscape

Landscape conflict is usually understood as a battle of wills between competing interests: archetypal binaries of development versus preservation; realising resource potential versus protecting natural phenomena. In this chapter, I want to look beyond these more overt tensions to explore the inner conflicts inherent in our relationship with landscapes – conflicts that influence the paradigms …

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