The basis of this contribution are a) the European Commission's regional innovation strategies for smart specialization (RIS3), b) the regional policies to combat the risk of decline and c) the governance model of Transition Management. Today the challenge consists in the validation of RIS3 even in the conditions of uncertainty exacerbated, for example, by the recent experience of COVID 19 as a global pandemic, trigger of the planetary economic and social decline. The guidance of the territorial transformations induced by RIS3 can be achieved with GIS technologies which, in turn, can constitute a single platform of the competent regional administration for urban and landscape planning. This platform must be open not only to contributions from the branches of public administration but to all those involved in the development and control of the quality levels of natural and anthropogenic ecosystems.
|Number of pages||4|
|Volume||289 special issue|
|Publication status||Published - 2020|