POST-UNLOCK

Grazia Brunetta, Carolina Giaimo, Patrizia Lombardi, Angioletta Voghera, Dist/PoliTo


The Post-Unlock research, developed and conducted in the context of the Dist Department of Excellence 2018-2022, is rooted in the themes of knowledge of anthropogenic and natural hazards and territorial vulnerabilities but also in the development of integrated policies for climate governance.
The Post-Unlock research was developed and conducted by a large group of R3C researchers – also from other departments of the Polytechnic and the University of Turin – and institutions with the aim of defining, through an interdisciplinary cognitive paradigm, an ideal-typical scenario of innovation in the governance…

WETLANDS GOVERNANCE

Maria Chiara Tosi, Maria Giulia Cantaluppi, Marta De Marchi, Università Iuav di Venezia


Just over a year after the signing of the North Venice Lagoon Wetland Area Contract, a comparison of active and signed Wetland Area Contracts in the North Adriatic coast is urgently needed to present and coordinate their respective purposes, characteristics and actions. What tools and governance models adopted are working? How to proceed with the implementation of Action Programs and relationships between signatories and Contracts covering the same territory? How to bring out an “ecopolitical science” that takes into account the law of nature by…

THE FORMS OF THE FUTURE: DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES TO SUPPORT TERRITORIAL RESILIENCE

Denis Maragno, IUAV University of Venice, Roberto Malvezzi, CNR РDIITET, Giordana Castelli, CNR РDIITET, Stefano Stanghellini, INU РURBIT


The event explores the potential role of digital technologies understood as significant means for public administrations, businesses and research centers; thus, it is meant to be both in continuity with the last year edition of Urbanpromo Digital and to build up the investigation through 4 thematic areas:

  • Climate change and territorial impacts;
  • Agriculture, food, urban metabolism and ecosystem services;
  • Transports, mobility and services;
  • Innovative governance, participation and policy design.

The event will consist of 4 sessions, each of which will…

THE FORMS OF THE FUTURE: DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES TO SUPPORT TERRITORIAL RESILIENCE

Denis Maragno, IUAV University of Venice, Roberto Malvezzi, CNR РDIITET, Giordana Castelli, CNR РDIITET, Stefano Stanghellini, INU РURBIT


The event explores the potential role of digital technologies understood as significant means for public administrations, businesses and research centers; thus, it is meant to be both in continuity with the last year edition of Urbanpromo Digital and to build up the investigation through 4 thematic areas:

  • Climate change and territorial impacts;
  • Agriculture, food, urban metabolism and ecosystem services;
  • Transports, mobility and services;
  • Innovative governance, participation and policy design.

The event will consist of 4 sessions, each of which will…

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