Un modello spaziale di valutazione economica del rischio alluvioni

Journal title TERRITORIO
Author/s Sergio Mattia, Alessandra Oppio, Francesca Torrieri, Marco Mancini
Publishing Year 2017 Issue 2016/79 Language Italian
Pages 9 P. 118-126 File size 323 KB
DOI 10.3280/TR2016-079018
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Il dl. 49/2010, emanato in attuazione alla direttiva 2007/60/CE, ha introdotto, in Italia, l’obbligo per le aree a rischio alluvione della predisposizione di ‘Piani di gestione del rischio’ (pgra) al fine di ridurre le conseguenze delle inondazioni sulla salute umana, l’ambiente, il patrimonio culturale e le attività economiche. La nuova sfida tecnico-scientifica, soprattutto in un territorio complesso e vulnerabile come quello italiano, appare quella di progettare un pgra fondato su un insieme di opere capaci di configurare uno scenario di equilibrio tra obiettivi di sostenibilità finanziaria, ambientale e sociale e grado di sicurezza. Lo studio in oggetto si pone l’obiettivo di esaminare le problematiche legate alla stima dei costi e benefici di progetti di mitigazione del rischio da alluvioni, al fine di proporre un modello di valutazione economica spaziale, sviluppato in ambiente gis, basato sulla logica degli scenari

Keywords: Alluvioni; danno; gestione rischio

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Sergio Mattia, Alessandra Oppio, Francesca Torrieri, Marco Mancini, Un modello spaziale di valutazione economica del rischio alluvioni in "TERRITORIO" 79/2016, pp 118-126, DOI: 10.3280/TR2016-079018