According to the “evolutionary” approach (Davoudi & Al., 2012), urban resilience implies that urban systems have capacity to react to several external disturbances - economic, social, environmental - regarding all components of urban governance and transforming itself in a new development model. River basins are considered an interesting space for experimental workshop on resilience, as a driver of territorial policy, for ordinary communities and landscapes, where the relationship between the sustainable use of territorial resources could led to new territorial strategies, as well as “promote managements synergies” at different levels of regional and local planning. River Agreements (RA) appear as an innovative governance method which can help in the drafting of potential plans and practices for the development of resilience in fluvial territories. It is a form of negotiated planning, that helps to involve social actors in order to: improve people’s knowledge of current territorial conditions and the effects of human activities; increase social awareness; include society in the identification and implementation of solutions; to encourage innovative changes in planning objectives and urban and architectural design, starting with the legal and planning framework of an Action Plan. Starting from the ‘80 s, RA were experimentally tested in Belgium and France and currently widespread also in Italy. In Piedmont Region (Italy), it is recognized as a successful territorial governance tool used to define shared strategies, measures, rules and projects. We will present the case study of the Sangone River Agreement as the first participate planning and
The River agreement in Italy. Resilient planning for the co-evolution of communities and landscapes / Voghera, Angioletta. - In: LAND USE POLICY. - ISSN 0264-8377. - STAMPA. - (In corso di stampa).
|Titolo:||The River agreement in Italy. Resilient planning for the co-evolution of communities and landscapes|
|Data di pubblicazione:||Being printed|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI):||https://doi.org/10.1016/j.landusepol.2019.104377|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|
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