Agenda 21 Locale

Author/s Luca Davico, Federico Guiati
Publishing Year 2003 Issue 2002/68
Language Italian Pages 13 P. File size 132 KB
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The article analyses the process of defining the Local Agenda 21 in Italy; in particular, it focuses on two examples of "good practices": the Provincia di Torino and Provincia di Modena Local Agendas 21. This document is an instrument for a sustainable planning aimed at creating a Local Action Plan, with the support of the local community, involving many stakeholders in a decision process. The Local Action Plan draws guidelines for the territorial development of an area; its implementation is continuously checked, allowing feedback processes.

Luca Davico, Federico Guiati, Agenda 21 Locale in "SOCIOLOGIA URBANA E RURALE" 68/2002, pp , DOI: