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In his 1993 essay 'The temporality of the landscape', Tim Ingold argued that landscape develops through processes of temporality, that is time as it emerges in the unfolding of life through action. This association between temporality and landscape was expressed by the term 'taskscape'. In our introduction to this section, we return to the concept of taskscape to assess its usefulness in light of a number of developments in the understanding of human-environment relations. These include thedoi:10.1111/1469-8676.12789 fatcat:icjtyhcqdzecbi52vixj7pgca4