Ecological networks and governance of the territory

Journal title TERRITORIO
Author/s Gioia Gibelli, Riccardo Santolini
Publishing Year 2011 Issue 2011/58
Language Italian Pages 14 P. 61-74 File size 1446 KB
DOI 10.3280/TR2011-058009
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In the light of climatic and economic crises which drive us to fi ll the concepts of sustainability in planning instruments with concrete contents, deep reflection commenced which has led us to consider biodiversity as an objective to pursue as a primary dimension of natural systems, but with the prioritised function of conserving a natural capital of quality, the role of which is to guarantee the durability of the processes and the conservation of the resources for future generations and to deliver a series of eco-systemic services to current generations. The Liguria Ecological Project represents, at the current state of the art, the places where natural capital is allocated. The new generation of Provincial Territorial Co-ordination Plans will see provincial government administrations working to redefine strategic scenarios to enhance and conserve natural capital and to understand and more accurately define the causes of the vulnerability of the landscape-environment system.

Keywords: Natural capital; landscape vulnerability; eco mosaic

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Gioia Gibelli, Riccardo Santolini, Reti ecologiche e governo del territorio in "TERRITORIO" 58/2011, pp 61-74, DOI: 10.3280/TR2011-058009