Some of the weak areas in the country are becoming depopulated. The tools available for understanding the phenomena of decline do not seem able to fully grasp the territorial specificities. The attention of decision-makers to social and economic issues are proposed as priorities while the care of environmental and cultural characteristics are still perceived as constraints. Economics and cultural and environmental sustainability remain separate in the prevalence of cases and this determines the ineffectiveness of policies to protect and enhance the resources involved. The economic and landscape disciplines from the research point of view can be integrated, while the analysis of the practices and the inefficiency of the policies shows that a lot of work has yet to be done. The regeneration in the territorial key can allow the disciplines to be flanked to the policies also sectionalized. The comparison between economic analyzes applied to rural systems and the experiences of landscape planning can show the opportunity of new instruments intended as interpretative geographies functional to the operational integration of potential / critical tensions and excellence/threats. Such instruments use in a new way already available datasets and, if well inserted in the system of the politics above all in order to contrast the continuous recourse to the emergency logics (water, waste, hydrogeological instability, seismic risk, etc.), could contribute to a greater effectiveness of public policies and to attract private resources in a more immediate and responsible way.
|Numero di pagine||5|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2019|