Ambiente ed Ecologia. Conservazione ed evoluzione di un rapporto

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Abstract

[automatically translated] Mahatma Gandhi used to say that the Earth has enough for everyone's need, but not for the greed of a few people. That statement has to reflect on the fact that man is both creature and creator of his environment, while it assures the physical existence and offers him the possibility of an intellectual, moral, social and spiritual, from ' another requires respect for the principles that have always regulate it. Recently, in June 2012, during the Rio + 20 Conference, the international community has found itself to discuss and think about the future of the planet. The national and international scientific communities will always wonder more about the complex relationship that exists, or that sometimes should, between the different disciplines involved in various capacities in the area. Again the debate has centered on the theme of sustainable development, its principles and on what to do for the future of the Earth. The challenge is open and requires commitment and responsibility of expert knowledge on both the technical and operational side as on the possibility of influencing through the project on the construction of a shared sense of recognition of the value of the sites.
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationAmbiente ed ecologia. Per una nuova visione del progetto territoriale
Pages11-21
Number of pages11
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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NameUrbanistica

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Schilleci, F. (2012). Ambiente ed Ecologia. Conservazione ed evoluzione di un rapporto. In Ambiente ed ecologia. Per una nuova visione del progetto territoriale (pp. 11-21). (Urbanistica).