The ERPS network brings together teachers and researchers from architecture and landscape design schools, as well as universities and agronomy schools.
The actions of the ERPS network are based on the contribution of a set of institutional actors: the regional natural parks (PNR), the local communities and municipalities, the Councils of architecture of urbanism and environment (CAUE), in the first place. The network is extended to a circle of practitioners whose activities are based on planning, landscape, architecture, agronomy but also multi-stakeholders dialogue.
The ERPS network structures its actions from three levels:
– a coordination team (scientific responsibility, coordination, administration);
– a steering committee, made up of referent teachers from each member institution;
– a scientific committee, made up of personalities from the academic world and professional practice, from several countries and cultures.