Primo Convegno Nazionale della Società dei territorialisti e delle territorialiste: tra approccio multidisciplinare, ritorno alla terra, valore umano e patrimonio territoriale.

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[automatically translated] Taking a cue from the First National Conference of the Territorialists Company and Territorialiste, which took place in Milan on 17 and 18 May 2013, it is reflected and retraces the path that led spatial planning as an approach to the territory split to that of a systemic and organic type and reading design that aims to overcome the previous segmentation: the territorialist approach. Vision and territorialist method implements the multidisciplinary own spatial planning by involving the identity of places, the participation of the inhabitants, the social production and shared landscapes, the proposed strategic scenarios and the concept of bioregion. The conference was structured on the idea of dialogue and to integrate learning and, just for this purpose, They were attended by scholars from different disciplines, farmers, representatives of administrations, associations, buying groups, cooperatives and trade unions, thus passing from Vandana Shiva reflections on the green economy to the experiences of farmers and farms of the Milanese; from posters came from Italian and European observers to comparisons on short production chains and recovery of food sovereignty; from the concept of new rurality to the exodus to the reflections to the megacity with the exploitation that accompanies this. thus rising by Vandana Shiva reflections on the green economy to the experiences of farmers and farms of the Milanese; from posters came from Italian and European observers to comparisons on short production chains and recovery of food sovereignty; from the concept of new rurality to the exodus to the reflections to the megacity with the exploitation that accompanies this. thus rising by Vandana Shiva reflections on the green economy to the experiences of farmers and farms of the Milanese; from posters came from Italian and European observers to comparisons on short production chains and recovery of food sovereignty; from the concept of new rurality to the exodus to the reflections to the megacity with the exploitation that accompanies this.
Original languageItalian
Pages (from-to)53-54
Number of pages2
JournalIN FOLIO
Volume31
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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