The European and international dimension has also become a noticeable factor in landscape architecture.
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In a globalized world - in which people increasingly make use of the freedom of movement to choose their place of study or work across borders - as well as the intensifying competition for "the best brains", the importance of the topic for the profession becomes clear.
Also against the background of European legislative procedures, which in some policy areas account for more than 80 percent of national laws and regulations, it is another sign to take up international and European topics and to proactively participate in shaping them.
The exchange with foreign colleagues and associations can enrich the local landscape architecture, give new and alternative impulses to current fields of action and enable the profession to better face the upcoming global challenges such as climate change or political crises together.