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Environmental Values And Landscape Architecture: A New Ecological Paradigm Study, Emmet J. Pruss
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In recent decades, landscape design theory has been affected by an increase in pro-environmental values. Currently, concepts of ‘sustainability’ and ‘ecosystem services’ exert a strong influence. These concepts involve sustaining current human behaviors within the constraints of ecological limits and maintaining or enhancing the goods and services that humans receive from ecosystems, respectively. In this way, they are most characteristic of anthropocentric environmental worldviews with high degrees of concern for the instrumental values of ecosystems, which are indicative of shallow ecology.
Previous researchers have advanced theoretical characterizations of the environmental values of landscape architects in terms of environmental ethics. However ...