Landscape is the product of the new knowledge of the cosmos by humans; an objective-subjective phenomenon that arises from the interaction of man, history and nature. New findings on the definition of “place” alongside massive changes in the disciplines of architecture and urbanism have produced new disciplines necessary for our present conditions of life. The landscape and the disciplines connected with it present a new field of science which, thanks to the adaptation of man today to perception and his knowledge of the environment, is in perpetual growth. The Landscape and Environment Research Group intends to provide scientific definitions and establish the academic and professional development of these disciplines through the identification of fundamental, developmental and applicable research and in relation to the world’s scientific centers.