Sustainable Mediterranean Construction

Sustainable Mediterranean Construction

CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION AND ADAPTATION FOR URBAN AND RURAL LANDSCAPES

Authors 

Carlo Gerundo, Daniele La Rosa

Keywords: 

climate change, mitigation, adaptation, landscape enhancement

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Abstract

Spatial development processes and climate change are the main processes that lead to an increased level of risk for urban and rural landscapes. In particular, hydro-meteorological extreme events are increasing in frequency and intensity, generating dramatic negative impacts on ecosystems and increasing the hazards of other risks, such as fires, sea-level rise and biodiversity loss.
Moreover, climate change can alter the value system, which local communities traditionally use to interact with landscape. However, the need to face climate change can also push researchers, local authorities and policy makers to find and test, both at the urban and wider scale, sustainable solutions that can transform the relation between landscape and its community and make them more resilient. This section presents studies and researches investigating how to ensure the reduction of risk by climate change with the landscape preservation and promotion.

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SMC Special Issue N.04 2020

SMC MAGAZINE SPECIAL ISSUE N. FOUR/2020

WHOLE BOOK

001_COVER AND INDEX

003_Preface
Marialuce Stanganelli, Carlo Gerundo

005_BOARDS AND INFORMATION

SECTION 1 – LANDSCAPE AT ENVIRONMENTAL RISK

006_A People-Centred Approach to Disaster Risk Reduction
Marialuce Stanganelli

010_Evolution of a seismic medieval city. The case of L’Aquila
Fabio Andreassi, Cinzia Barbara Bellone

014_Places at risk called home. Rethinking the reconstruction in Ischia
Marica Castigliano, Fabio di Iorio, Federica Vingelli

020_The role of experimental knowledge in risk managment of coastral landscapes. A case study in the Mediterranean Basin
Giulia Motta Zanin

024_Rebuilding the school starting from the landscape idea of the local community
Ivana Passamani, Renato Marmori

SECTION 2 – CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION AND ADAPTATION FOR URBAN AND RURAL LANDSCAPES

029_Climate change mitigation and adaptation for urban and rural landscapes
Carlo Gerundo, Daniele La Rosa

031_A review of quantitative tools for assessing multiple ecosystem services
Oscar Alvarado

036_The end of seaside resorts?
Phillipe Clairay

041_Planning policies and instruments for climate change adaptation and mitigation in Mediterranean contexts
Viviana Pappalardo, Daniele La Rosa

045_Water: a soft infrastructure for the city of Laterza
Maria Pone, Margherita Erbani, Francesca Melissano, Edoardo Fabbri, Luca Petroni, Francesco Scillieri

051_Spatial Cost Benefit Analysis in flood risk managment: evidence from a case study in Itay
Francesca Torrieri, Marco Rossitti

SECTION 3 – LANDSCAPE AT RISK OF ABANDONMENT

056_Rural landscapes and landscapes at risk of depopulation
Elvira Petroncelli

059_Beyond the unacknowledged coastline. Assessing the potential of out-of-map Mediterranean settlements
Stefanos Antoniadis

065_Genesis and development of (un) populated landscapes. Analysis and comparison between the Cilento National Park and the Province of Soria
Maria Grazia Cianci, Francesca Paola Mondelli, Marta Rabazo Martin

069_A way of the Italian inner area Montagna Materana. Rethinking the abandonment from Craco
Angela D’Agostino, Maria Cerreta, Giovangiuseppe Vannelli, Piero Zizzania

074_Wich model of landscape realunch. The Umbrian case of Postignano
Paola De Salvo, Marco Pizzi

078_The toxic sublime of the industrial landscape. The aesthetics of the city of Seraing
Marianna Sergio

SECTION 4 – LANDSCAPE AT RISK OF OVEREXPLORATION AND TOURISM

082_Tourism and landscape: conflicts, cooperation and resilience
Fabio Corbisiero, Paola De Joanna

085_Venice landscape: between the world heritage site and cruise tourism
Elisa Cacaci, Sara Carciotti

089_The Heritage of the Apuseni Mountains – a Magnificient Landscape at Risk
Elena Codina Duşoiu

093_LIST OF AUTHORS

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