Culture, Heritage and Diversity


Futuropa magazines

The "Futuropa" magazine, formerly entitled Naturopa and published since 1968, is intended to raise awareness among European citizens and decision-makers of the importance of sustainable territorial development of the European continent. From 1968-2000, the magazine concentrated on promoting nature conservation, sustainable management of natural resources and the development of a multidisciplinary approach to environmental issues. Since 2001, the magazine has progressively introduced new themes such as landscape and cultural heritage in a perspective of sustainable territorial development and enhancement of the quality of life. The magazine is published in the two official languages of the Organisation (English and French).

List of Futuropa and Naturopa issues in PDF format


Futuropa - Number 03 / 2012
Public Space and Landscape: The Human Scale
 
   
Futuropa - Number 02 / 2010
Landscape and transfrontier co-operation
Futuropa - Number 01 / 2008
The rural vernacular habitat
   
Naturopa - Number 103 / 2005
Landscape through literature (bilingual edition)
Naturopa - Number 102 / 2004
Nature and culture
   
Naturopa - Number 101 / 2004
The 25 years of the Bern Convention
Naturopa - Number 100 / 2003
Town and sustainable development
   

Naturopa - Number 99 / 2003

Memory of the heritage

Naturopa - Number 98 / 2002

Nature: the common heritage of humankind

 

 

Naturopa - Number 97 / 2002

Heritage and sustainable development

Naturopa - Number 96 / 2001

Trees, between nature and culture

 

 

Naturopa - Number 95 / 2001

European rural heritage

Naturopa - Number 94 / 2000

Environment in urban settings (French only)

 

 

Naturopa - Number 93 / 2000

The representation of nature in art

Naturopa - Number 92 / 2000

Employment and environment

 

 

Naturopa - Number 91 / 1999

Nature, the common heritage of humankind

Naturopa - Number 90 / 1999

Health and environment

 

 

Naturopa - Number 89 / 1999

Local and regional authorities and the environment

Naturopa - Number 88 / 1998

Coastal zones – towards sustainable management

 

 

Naturopa - Number 87 / 1998

European ecological networks

Naturopa - Number 86 / 1998

Landscapes: the setting for our future live

 

 

Naturopa - Number 85 / 1997

Land and problems

Naturopa - Number 84 / 1997

Sustainable tourism development

 

 

Naturopa - Number 83 / 1997

Nature and the different religions

Naturopa - Number 82 / 1996

Reintroduction of species (French only)

 

 

Naturopa - Number 81 / 1996

Evaluation of ENCY 95

Naturopa - Number 80 / 1996

Charters and strategies

 

 

Naturopa - Number 79 / 1995

NGOs and environment

Naturopa - Number 78 / 1995

Regional planning

 

 

Naturopa - Number 77 / 1995

The Bern Convention

Naturopa - Number 76 / 1994

European Nature Conservation Year (ENCY 95)

 

 

Naturopa - Number 75 / 1994

Forests

Naturopa - Number 74 / 1994

Education

Naturopa - Number 73 / 1993

Biodiversity

 

   

List of previous Naturopa issues without PDF version


Number 72 / 1993: Mountains

Number 71 / 1993: Lucerne Ministerial Conference

Number 70 / 1992: European legislation

Number 69 / 1992: Water

Number 67 / 1992: The Parliamentary Assembly

Number 66 / 1992: Fish

Number 65 / 1990: Soils

Number 64 / 1990: Environment in Europe

Number 63 / 1989: Organic agriculture and environment

Number 62 / 1989: Illegal traffic of animals

Number 61 / 1989: Education and training

Number 60 / 1988: Marine life

Number 59 / 1988: Tourism – Leisure – Environment

Number 58 / 1988: Waste

Number 57 / 1987: Soil

Number 56 / 1987: Agriculture and wildlife

Number 55 / 1987: Lisbon Ministerial Conference

Number 54 / 1986: Migration and North-South co-operation

Number 53 / 1986: Council of Europe Diploma zones

Number 52 / 1986: Education of hunters

Number 51 / 1985: Acid rain

Number 50 / 1985: Youth and voluntary work

Number 49 / 1985: Invertebrates

Number 48 / 1984: Computing and nature

Number 47 / 1984: Freshwater fish

Number 46 / 1984: The water’s edge

Number 45 / 1984: Small carnivores

Number 44 / 1983: Waterfowl

Number 43 / 1983: Forests

Number 42 / 1982: Studies in the Nature and Environment Series

Number 41 / 1982: 20 years of the Standing Committee on the Environment

Number 40 / 1982: Raptors

Number 39 / 1981: Legislation

Number 38 / 1981: Protected areas

Number 37 / 1981: Energy

Number 36 / 1980: Nature in towns

Number 34/35 1980: Conservation of natural habitats

Number 33 / 1979: Agriculture

Number 32 / 1979: Hunting

Number 31 / 1978: Flora

Number 30 / 1978: Local authorities

Number 29 / 1978: The sea