The urban coastal landscape is now at the center of new attention, as a result of cultural, social, economic, and real estate evolution. A new approach is actually clearly expressed by the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR) missions, which identify as priorities those actions for mitigating hydrogeological risks, safeguardinggreenareasandbiodiversity,ensuringthehealthofcitizens,and attracting investments. Starting from the interference between anthropic pressure and the need to preserve the biotic and abiotic environment, this work is aimed at highlighting the impact of the built environment on natural ecosystems in the urban coastal landscape. This study will be conducted on three sample areas in southern Italy, representative of Mediterranean biodiversity. Referring to these cases, a study will be carried out, considering both factors of anthropic pressure and those relating to ecosystems and their degree of naturality.

Rosa Maria Vitrano, Agostino Catalano, Paola De Joanna, Silvia Fabbrocino, Dora Francese, Vincenzo Ilardi, et al. (2024). Urban Coastal Landscape : the fragile buffer areas of Bacoli, Palermo and Termoli to switch the decay into Development. In A. Marucci, F. Zullo, L. Fiorini, L. Saganeiti (a cura di), Innovation in Urban and Regional Planning (pp. 597-609). Springer.

Urban Coastal Landscape : the fragile buffer areas of Bacoli, Palermo and Termoli to switch the decay into Development

Rosa Maria Vitrano
Membro del Collaboration Group
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Dora Francese;Vincenzo Ilardi;Giulia Maisto
2024-01-01

Abstract

The urban coastal landscape is now at the center of new attention, as a result of cultural, social, economic, and real estate evolution. A new approach is actually clearly expressed by the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR) missions, which identify as priorities those actions for mitigating hydrogeological risks, safeguardinggreenareasandbiodiversity,ensuringthehealthofcitizens,and attracting investments. Starting from the interference between anthropic pressure and the need to preserve the biotic and abiotic environment, this work is aimed at highlighting the impact of the built environment on natural ecosystems in the urban coastal landscape. This study will be conducted on three sample areas in southern Italy, representative of Mediterranean biodiversity. Referring to these cases, a study will be carried out, considering both factors of anthropic pressure and those relating to ecosystems and their degree of naturality.
2024
Settore ICAR/12 - Tecnologia Dell'Architettura
Rosa Maria Vitrano, Agostino Catalano, Paola De Joanna, Silvia Fabbrocino, Dora Francese, Vincenzo Ilardi, et al. (2024). Urban Coastal Landscape : the fragile buffer areas of Bacoli, Palermo and Termoli to switch the decay into Development. In A. Marucci, F. Zullo, L. Fiorini, L. Saganeiti (a cura di), Innovation in Urban and Regional Planning (pp. 597-609). Springer.
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