Un nuovo compito antico come la pianificazione: integrare il paesaggio nel piano. L’esperienza di Calonge

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Abstract

[automatically translated] The paper aims to explore the possibilities that offer the environmental assessment tools, if inscribed in a process of urban planning, the full integration of the landscape in urban planning practice. After the initial reflection on the distance between the urban planning and environmental planning, reference is made to the changes introduced by the European Directive of 2001 on environmental assessment of plans and programs. Next, it is presented the case study of a development plan approved in Catalonia. The choice of this region is due to the fact that, in addition to having implemented processes of strategic environmental assessment in planning, Catalonia counts on the support of a careful study center: the Landscape Observatory, whose creation responds to the need for study of the landscape, the formulation of proposals and of Catalan society outreach, in order to ensure better protection, management and planning of the regional landscape within the framework of sustainable development. This particular circumstance highlights the potential of the reading of the landscape through valuation methods in responding to the current needs of modern urbanism. The two approaches to land use planning, whether operating simultaneously, allowing greater efficiency of the instruments adopted, a greater share of the identified targets and, not least, greater involvement of the local community. in order to ensure better protection, management and planning of the regional landscape within the framework of sustainable development. This particular circumstance highlights the potential of the reading of the landscape through valuation methods in responding to the current needs of modern urbanism. The two approaches to land use planning, whether operating simultaneously, allowing greater efficiency of the instruments adopted, a greater share of the identified targets and, not least, greater involvement of the local community. in order to ensure better protection, management and planning of the regional landscape within the framework of sustainable development. This particular circumstance highlights the potential of the reading of the landscape through valuation methods in responding to the current needs of modern urbanism. The two approaches to land use planning, whether operating simultaneously, allowing greater efficiency of the instruments adopted, a greater share of the identified targets and, not least, greater involvement of the local community. This particular circumstance highlights the potential of the reading of the landscape through valuation methods in responding to the current needs of modern urbanism. The two approaches to land use planning, whether operating simultaneously, allowing greater efficiency of the instruments adopted, a greater share of the identified targets and, not least, greater involvement of the local community. This particular circumstance highlights the potential of the reading of the landscape through valuation methods in responding to the current needs of modern urbanism. The two approaches to land use planning, whether operating simultaneously, allowing greater efficiency of the instruments adopted, a greater share of the identified targets and, not least, greater involvement of the local community.
Original languageItalian
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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