Jørgen Primdahl, landskabsarkitekt, Ph.d.
Professor, countryside planning
The rural landscape is my primary research field focusing on functions, management, and policy interventions. A primary goal for my research is a deeper understanding of landscape management practices, landscape change, and the role of planning and various forms of policy interventions in protecting, maintaining and enhancing landscape services and values. Another goal is to contribute to improved policy and planning approaches and solutions concerning the protection, maintenance, and enhancement of rural landscapes.
Currently I working with new approaches to landscape governance and regional landscape planning.
Recent publications include
Landscape Analysis - Investigating the Potentials of Space and Place. Routledge 2017. (With Stahlscmidt, P. Swaffield, S and Nellemann, V.
European Landscape in Transition - implications for policy and Practice. Cambridge University Press 2018 (With Pinto-Correia, T. and Pedroli, B.)
Rural landscape governance and expertice: on landscape agents and democracy. In Defining Landscape Democracy, Egoz, S., Jørgensen, K. and Ruggeri D. (red.): Defining Landscape Democracy. Edward Elgar 2019)