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  • Designing Farmland for Multifunctionality
  • Multifunctionality has become a major objective of European agricultural policy. However, recent research concerning the multifunctionality of agriculture has focused on economic, production or abiotic factors and has paid less attention to biotic
  • in policy documents. From the case study, we developed some general relationships—synergies and conflicts—between biodiversity, cultural heritage, recreation and aesthetics that can occur when improving multifunctionality on farmland. We combined methods
  • originating from the natural sciences and the design traditions of landscape architecture to analyse and develop assessments of landscape values with the aim of improving multifunctionality by integrating these values. Finally, we discuss how the design
  • Multifunctionality of farm households in Greece
  • Multifunctionality : trade protectionism or a new way forward ?
  • Agricultural policy discourses in the European post-Fordist transition : neoliberalism, neomercantilism and multifunctionality
  • South Australian farmers' markets : tools for enhancing the multifunctionality of Australian agriculture
  • Agricultural policy ; Agricultural productivity ; Alternative economy ; Australia ; Land use ; Market ; Multifunctionality ; Political ecology ; South Australia
  • Coastal environment ; Common land ; Commons ; Land ; Land use ; Landscape ; Multifunctionality ; Production ; Property right ; Resource management ; Underground water ; land use ; multifunctionality ; property rights ; regulation
  • Agricultural landscape ; Agriculture ; Australia ; Farmer ; Identity ; Landscape ; Multifunctionality ; Profession ; Rural landscape ; Rural property ; Victoria
  • Agriculture ; France ; Green belt ; Ile-de-France ; Multifunctionality ; Paris ; Regional planning ; Suburban agriculture ; Territorial identity ; Urban agglomeration ; Urban planning
  • Enquiry ; Farm ; Farm household ; Greece ; Multifunctionality ; Pluriactivity ; Rural development ; Survival strategy
  • Adaptation ; Agriculture ; Copenhagen ; Denmark ; Economic strategy ; Multifunctionality ; Periurban development ; Post-productivism ; Regression analysis ; Rural-urban relations ; Spatial variation ; Urban fringe
  • Biodiversity ; Commercial agriculture ; France ; Governance ; Ile-de-France ; Multifunctionality ; Rural area
  • Agricultural policy ; Agricultural potential ; Forecast ; Holy Cross Voivodeship ; Multifunctionality ; Poland ; Regional development ; Rural area ; Rural development ; Spatial differentiation ; Twenty-first century
  • of the evolving policy in the future. From the viewpoint of normative concept of multifunctionality, the AA. discuss development of the 3 land functions, i.e., production function, environmental function and carrier function. Finally, they propose to emphasize
  • Agriculture ; Florence ; France ; Italy ; Landscape ; Mediterranean area ; Multifunctionality ; Outer conurbation area ; Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur ; Suburban agriculture ; Sustainability ; Urbanism
  • Countryside ; Denmark ; Environmental management ; Hunting ; Land ; Land use ; Landscape ; Multifunctionality ; Plant cover
  • Agricultural production ; Agriculture ; Comparative study ; Dakar ; Diversification ; France ; Ile-de-France ; Malagasy Republic ; Marketing ; Multifunctionality ; Pluriactivity ; Production system ; Rural-urban relations ; Senegal ; Suburban
  • Agricultural policy ; Agriculture ; Common agricultural policy ; European Union ; Multifunctionality ; Rural development ; Sustainable development ; Sweden
  • and their landscape outcomes, in an opposite sense to what has been earlier identified in Northwestern Europe. Even if they manage a multifunctional system, their self-concept is dominantly productivist and not affected by the public expectations of multifunctionality