What does it consist of?
The Program is delivered on full days in the field, along with the many others offered as part of the specific subjects of the Degree. They involve study of the territory with a broad focus, on multiple regional (24), national (16) and international field trips (4 trips of the 7 to 10 per year).
The objective is to critically analyse, on site, on different scales, in different territorial and cultural contexts, and in an integrated manner, the impacts that changing human activity has generated for people, cultures, ecosystems and landscapes studied, along with the possibilities they offer and the challenges faced. To achieve this objective, we rely on local lecturers with demonstrable environmental and cultural knowledge.