Projects in our department


E-CLIC - An experiment on the Landscape Convention                        ,



GreenMan - Tartu, Rezekne, Pskov: Green Management forUrban Development & Planning in EE-LV-RU Border Capitals.






(D)rain for Life - Promoting Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems in Estonia-Latvia cross-border area to improve the environment for active and sustainable communities.






COST Action Urban Agriculture Europe -




COST Action Urban Allotment Gardens in European Cities - Future, Challenges and Lessons Learned.




CANEPAL - The European Heritage of Sheep Farming and Pastoral Life.





COST Action TObeWELL. Tourism, Wellbeing and Ecosystem Services





ASPIS - Auditing the Sustainability of Public Spaces.






ASPIS was a 3-year European project, running from 2009 to 2012, co-funded by the Lifelong Learning Programme (Transversal Programmes – Key Activity 3 ICT – Multilateral Projects). ASPIS involved 7 European countries and 9 organisations, including universities, planning and IT consultancies, research institutes and local authorities, aiming to promote learning for public participation in planning and raise awareness on the sustainability of open public spaces among citizens and professionals (architects/planners/students). The project introduces a Games-based Learning (GBL) methodology, complemented with other interactive communication/internet-based tools, aiming to encourage “learning by-doing” through simulation, negotiation and role-playing. The learning products of ASPIS address professional architects and planners as much as citizens, and are also designed for introduction in school and university curricula, making learning more attractive and relevant to real life situations.


CARe-FOR-US II - Nordic-Baltic Centre of Advanced Reasearch on Forestry Serving Urbanised Societies II.

Closed cities and sites

Project No: 2016-1-LT01-KA203-0232019

Duration: 2016-2018

A two-year long project foresees to recruit the best experts in landscape architecture education who will elaborate tools for assessment of the existing landscape architecture study programmes and subjects according to the standards and the requirements of the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA-Europe) and the European Council of Landscape Architecture Schools (ECLAS). Then they will set the framework for upgrading and developing the study programmes in landscape architecture in the participating European universities.

Coordinator: Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (Lithuania)


University of Agriculture in Krakow (Poland)
Estonian University of Life Sciences (Estonia)
Szent Istvan University (Hungary)
Dutch School of Landscape Architects (the Nethlerlands)
International Federation of Landscape Architects in Europe (Belgium)

Project is funded by: Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership Programme