In a time when old landscapes disappear and others – involving new relationships and demands – are taking form, changes manifest themselves with consequences that are often unpredictable. The uncertainty is even greater when related to highly dynamic conditions such as coastal and riverine landscapes that demand theoretical and operational tools able to embrace the shifting character of these territories.
The French term Terrain Vague [tεrε̃ vag] is therefore introduced, within its different etymologies, as an interpretative prism to rethink the uncertain humankind’s relationship with water. Despite
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