CLUSTER ON ADAPTATION TO AND MITIGATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE
Research Fellow @ School of Humanities at Tallinn University
Areas of expertise:
Human, cultural, historical, moral and perceptual geography, landscape science, geoinformatics, participatory planning, biographies, oil shale industry, tourism, spatial law/justice.
Anu Printsmann (BSc in Geoinformatics and Cartography, MSc in Human Geography) is a Research Fellow in Landscape and Cultural Studies at the Centre for Landscape and Cultural Studies, Institute of Humanities, Tallinn University. She is interested in the interaction between people and space. He has studied and planned visual, valuable, historical, transboundary, protected, urban, seasonal, agricultural, industrial, mining, heritage, marsh and coastal landscapes. He has co-edited a book (Kluwer 2007) and special issues of journals (2010, 2012, 2017). He has been a member of the board of the Estonian Geographical Society (2010-2015) and has been involved in the organisation of geography olympiads since 2003.
- TRU19123 "Social and innovative platform for cultural tourism and its potential for deepening Europeanisation" (1.01.2020-31.12.2022); Responsible.
- PRG398 "Landscape Approaches to Urbanism" (1.01.2019-31.12.2023); Principal investigator: Hannes Palang; Tallinn University, School of Humanities, Centre for Landscape and Culture, Tallinn University, Tallinn, Estonia
- TRU19008 "Land-Sea-Act: land-sea interactions to promote blue growth in the Baltic Sea coastal areas" (1.01.2019-30.06.2021); Responsible person: Hannes Palang; Tallinn University, School of Humanities, Centre for Landscape and Culture
- TAU16154 "SustainBaltic - ICZM Plans to Support Coastal and Marine Cultural-Ecological Networks in the Baltic Sea Region" (1.09.2016-28.02.2019); Responsible person: Tarmo Pikner; Tallinn University, School of Humanities, Centre for Landscape and Culture, Tallinn, Estonia.
- TAU10713 "A sustainable future for Europe's landscape heritage: understanding, organising and protecting landscape functions and values" (1.12.2013-30.11.2016); Principal investigator: Hannes Palang; Tallinn University, Estonian Institute of Humanities, Centre for Landscape and Culture.