A Study on the Approach of Sustainable Development on Traditional Cultural Landscapes Surrounding Metropolitan Shanghai

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At present, the built-up areas in Metropolitan Shanghai has been effectively controlled, and the neglected local landscape in the past has attracted much attention. This study will focus on the methodology of effectively utilizing cultural landscape resources and promoting the further harmonious development of urban-rural relations in Shanghai. As a category of cultural heritage, cultural landscape is an indispensable resource for urban development. In Europe, America, Japan and other countries and regions where urbanization development is relatively perfect, the local cultural landscape has been regarded as the source of urban development in the process of urban and rural planning. As an international metropolis, for a long time, the understanding of cultural heritage lays particular emphasis on the historical relics in the built-up area of the city. The cultural landscape resources around the built-up area have been neglected, which results in the lack of echo with nature and rural areas in Shanghai's urban image. Therefore, this study will systematically sort out the cultural landscape within the scope of Shanghai, and put forward the mode of protection and sustainable development of cultural landscape resources, so as to provide the basis for the future decision-making of heritage protection, urban and rural planning and tourism planning in Shanghai. The basic ideas of this study are as follows: Firstly, starting from the general definition of "cultural landscape" and based on the human and land conditions in Shanghai, this study will define and classify the cultural landscape within the scope of Shanghai and explore its endogenous mechanism. Secondly, to find out the interface of interaction between human and nature within the scope of Shanghai, and regard this kind of interface as the core object of the protection and development of cultural landscape. Thirdly, to investigate and evaluate the landscape character and health status of the cultural landscape in Shanghai, summarize the existing protection mode, and explore the sustainable development mode and strategy in the future.
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