Crisis landscapes.

Opportunities and weaknesses for a sustainable development

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Fabio Bianconi, Elena Brunori, Ambra Ciarapica, Rosanna Di Bartolomei, Cesare Di Feliciantonio, Carlotta Ferrara, Marco Filippucci, Luigi Perini, Silvia Pili, Adele Sateriano, Laura Sini, Ilaria Tombolini, Marco Zitti
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pp. 128,      1a edizione  2017   (Codice editore 2000.1467)

Crisis landscapes. Opportunities and weaknesses for a sustainable development
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In breve

The economic crisis generated social consequences that go beyond those related to the environment and the landscape, now becoming an alibi to not to do anything, to not manage otherwise; and drives us to look for other places where development could be planned as a new form of exploitation, as a repeating cycle with the same paths of rules, but somewhere else. It may be useful to start considering the crisis in a way which is different from the one we are used to: a physiological and periodic change, which is necessary into the socio-economic condition.

Presentazione del volume

This book considers the present situation of crisis in a different way: not as something unsolvable coming from outside, totally apart from us, but as a periodic change of the socio-economic condition, which requires a new adaptation strategy.
The contributions of several authors, coming from diverse academic backgrounds, including agrarian sciences, social and economic disciplines, urban planning and landscape design, all shares a common perspective, a sustainable approach to the project.
The landscape can represent the big opportunity within the crisis for troubled territories.
The landscape, thanks to all of its environmental, cultural and social implications, may reveal itself as the common horizon to refer in order to rebuild the urban policies. It can be considered as the sharing background where it is possible to improve the quality of life for the local communities.
All the typical and identity values of a territory could serve for synergetic and cooperative actions, which promotes common values and help empowering the capacity to react the crisis in a resilient way.

Matteo Clemente
, M.Sc. Architecture (1995), PhD (1999), Adjunct researcher (2010, 2013, 2016), Adjunct professor of Architecture and Project at the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture of Perugia University (2010-2016) and different field of design and architecture at the Faculty of Architecture of Sapienza University of Rome since 2000. He is the author of many books and scientific publications, including: Estetica delle periferie urbane (2005), Comporre, scomporre l'architettura (2012) and Liveliness and Livability of public space (2015).

Rita Biasi
, M.Sci in Agricultural Science and PhD (1989), since 1999 she is associate professor in Tree crops at the University of Tuscia, Viterbo. Research activity is focused on fruit trees and vines landscape, territorial zonation, sustainable use of genetic resources and urban horticulture. She studies the traditional and contemporary agricultural landscapes in collaboration with Italian and European Universities. She is author of several articles and books in the national and international contest.

Luca Salvati
is staff researcher at the Italian Council for Agricultural Research and Economics (CREA) and visiting scientist at the French National Institute of Agronomic Research (INRA), Autonomous University of Barcelona, Harokopio University of Athens. He is the author of more than 250 peer-reviewed articles, 20 books, essays and cartographical atlases. He supervised PhD candidates in Italy, Spain, Greece and France.

Indice

Introduction
Matteo Clemente, Regional Crisis and Landscape Opportunities
Section 1. Looking Forward The Crisis
Cesare Di Feliciantonio, Luca Salvati, Mediterranean Suburbia Under Crisis. The Landscape of Social Diversification Along the Urban Gradient
Rita Biasi, Carlotta Ferrara, Elena Brunori, Luca Salvati,
Promoting a Sustainable Use of Land: Strategies for Tree Crop Management and Socioeconomic Development of Coastal Environments
Laura Sini, Rosanna Di Bartolomei, Rita Biasi, Luca Salvati,
Urban Sprawl and the "Olive Landscape" in a Crisis City
Ilaria Tombolini, Marco Zitti, Luigi Perini, Luca Salvati,
Landscape Degradation in Italy: an Environmental Perspective
Section 2. Landscape Opportunities
Matteo Clemente, The Multilevel Dimension of Landscape Design
Matteo Clemente, Silvia Pili, Adele Sateriano, Luca Salvati,
Peri-urban Landscape in Times of Crisis
Fabio Bianconi, Ambra Ciarapica, Marco Filippucci,
Landscape, Territory, Knowledge. From Umbria Region's Atlas of Obiectives to the "Landscape Contracts" of Trasimeno Lake
Fabio Bianconi, Marco Filippucci, Matteo Clemente,
Biodiversity Protection and Landscape Evaluation: Two Proposals for Umbria Region in Europe 2020 Strategy.





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