TWENTY YEARS AFTER THE EUROPEAN LANDSCAPE CONVENTION
Angioletta Voghera, INU Community Landscape and biodiversity
The conference discusses the results of the implementation of the European Landscape Convention twenty years after its introduction in the European context. The recent landscape planning season and the ongoing experiments introduce new analysis and design tools, towards overcoming the only regulatory approach for the construction of more effective design actions.
The approved landscape plans and those in progress offer ideas for moving from the “paper landscape” to the concrete implementation of the landscape action in the territories. In this context, the Conference reflects in particular on some issues of landscape action: agriculture, forests, risk and reconstruction, nature and biodiversity, ecosystem services, the relationship between regional and local policies, methodological and design experiments.
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Landscape issues Angioletta Voghera, INU Community Landscape and biodiversity
Regional landscape policies. The PPTR of Puglia Angela Barbanente, Polytechnic University of Bari
Ecosystem services and the green network in the Lombardy plan Andrea Arcidiacono, Politecnico di Milano, INU Vice President
Forests in Sardinia’s PPR Marcello Airi, Forestas Agency
The rural landscape in the Lazio plain Anna Laura Palazzo, University of Roma Tre
Landscape and reconstruction Massimo Sargolini, University of Camerino
Landscape, common goods for local action in the Calabria Plan Franco Rossi, INU Calabria, Massimo Zupi, University of Calabria
Experiments for the project. The Abruzzo plan Piero Properzi, President INU Abruzzo
The relationship with urban landscape planning Sandro Fabbro, President INU Friuli-Venezia Giulia
The process of adapting the Piedmont plan Giovanni Paludi, Piemonte Region
The implementation of the Tuscany Plan Emanuela Morelli, Antonella Valentini, University of Firenze
Full Professor of Urban Planning, DIST, Politecnico di Torino, WPCA member of IUCN and IUCN Green list, coordinates the INU Community "Landscape and Biodiversity".
Angela BarbanentePolytechnic University of Bari
She teaches Territorial Planning and directs the Master in Territorial and Environmental Planning at the Politecnico di Bari. She has been Councillor for Territorial Quality of the Apulia Region and in this capacity she has promoted the approval of the Territorial Landscape Plan and organic standards for sustainable living, urban regeneration and public and social housing.
Andrea ArcidiaconoPolytechnic of Milano, INU
Associate Professor at DAStU Department, Politecnico di Milano. He is National Vice President of the INU. He carries out research activities in the field of urban and landscape planning. He is author of over 120 essays published in national and international journals and monographs.
Marcello AiriForestas Agency
Forestry, practising as a freelance professional until 2008 and returning to Sardinia to work as an official in the Technical Service of the General Management of the Regional Agency FoReSTAS. He is currently Head of the Forestry Planning and Monitoring Office and Agency Contact for the "Rural Landscapes of Sardinia" project coordinated by the Regional Landscape Observatory.
Anna Laura PalazzoRoma Tre University
Full Professor of Urban Planning at the Department of Architecture of Roma Tre University. Coordinator of the doctorate "Landscapes of the contemporary city". Her research interests concern heritage and landscape, regional planning, urban regeneration, local development.
MASSIMO SARGOLINIUniversity of Camerino
Professor of Urban Planning at the School of Architecture and Design "E.Vittoria" of the University of Camerino. Director of the Master in "Interior Areas. Strategies of rebirth after natural disaster". Scientific coordinator of the REDI Consortium (REducing risks of natural DIsaster). Co-director of the International Research Centre "Landscape, Environment and Territory". (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna of Pisa and University of Camerino).
Massimo ZupiUniversity of Calabria
Engineer, Phd in "Environmental Planning", Researcher in Technology and Urban Planning at the DIAM of the University of Calabria. He deals with territorial government, with particular attention to policies for the city, landscape enhancement, local development in weak contexts.
Sandro FabbroINU Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Sandro Fabbro is professor of urban planning and territorial planning in the degree courses in architecture and civil engineering at the University of Udine. He is currently President of the INU Friuli Venezia Giulia.
Giovanni PaludiPiemonte Region
Giovanni Paludi, architect, manager of the Regional Territory and Landscape Sector of the Piemonte Region, is responsible for territorial government, territorial and landscape planning, and landscape management and enhancement. He coordinated the drafting of the Territorial Plan and the Regional Landscape Plan.
Emanuela MorelliUniversity of Firenze
Emanuela Morelli is Associate Professor in Landscape Architecture at DIDA - University of Florence. In 2019 she became editor in chief of “Ri-Vista. Research for Landscape Architecture”, DIDA UNIFI Scientific Journal. She conducts scientific research and has published many works on Landscape Architecture.
Antonella ValentiniUniversity of Firenze
Architect, PhD in landscape design. She carries out teaching and research activities at the University of Firenze. She exercises professional activity in the field of landscape planning and design. She has participated in the formation of the Landscape Plan of the Tuscany Region 2015 and the PIT 2005.
Architect. Director Serv. Landscape Protection - General Management ABAP- MiBACT. Former Superintendent of Architectural and Landscape Heritage of the provinces of Reggio Calabria and Vibo Valentia and Superintendent of Fine Arts and Landscape of the Municipality of Rome. Professor of "Environmental Restoration" - University of Reggio Calabria (2000-2012), currently Professor of "Landscape Protection" - School of Specialization in Architectural Heritage and Landscape, University of Rome "La Sapienza".
Michele Talia is full professor of Urban Planning at the School of Architecture and Design of the University of Camerino. As a public administration consultant he has coordinated the design groups of the Structural Plan and Urban Regulations of the Municipality of Siena and the Strategic Plan of the Province of Teramo.
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