Scientific agenda

CISPAC has a scientific agenda that seeks solutions to multiple issues and challenges. Its actions are organised into five fields, as determined by a series of scientific programmes and developed in its main research lines.

Research fields Research programmes Research Lines
Populated Landscapes- Depopulation and aging
- Population shifts
- Social inequalities
- Society and habitat structure
- The two-way relationship between demographics and landscapes
- Depopulation
- Gender
Productive Landscapes- Food processing systems and their impact on the territory
- Combatting depopulation from a logic of sustainability
- Resilience of productive sectors
- The impact of climate change on the territory
- Green transition (energy and environment)
- Production and sustainability
- Agroecology and history
Governed Landscapes- Social participation in landscape governance
- Old and new commons
- Governance from a gender perspective
- Social innovation and climate emergency
- Landscape as commons
- Participation
- Co-production of knowledge
- Urban landscape
Heritage Landscapes- Heritage and society
- Heritage and economy
- Experimental heritage
- Critical theory of landscapes
- The heritage value chain
- Landscape as memory
- Territory and perception
Visited Landscapes- Cultural itineraries
- Effects of mass tourism
- Tourism and bioeconomics
- Developing tourism in crisis contexts
- Camino de Santiago
- Tourism and territory
- Sustainable tourism