Journal title TERRITORIO
Author/s Marco Marchetti, Marco Ottaviano, Rossano Pazzagli, Lorenzo Sallustio
Publishing Year 2013 Issue 2013/66 Language Italian
Pages 11 P. 121-131 File size 646 KB
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The Italian landscape has seen numerous changes in the last twenty years connected with different ‘driving forces’ of a prevalently socio-economic nature, which are reflected in the general ‘banalisation’ of the landscape and a continuous expansion of urbanised areas. An analysis of data from the ‘Inventory of Land Use in Italy’ provides a precise picture of the dynamics of landscape change which allows us to assess the real capacity of national parks to safeguard the environment. It was found from a comparative analysis that although the figure for the urbanised surface area of parks (1%) is currently much lower than the national average (7.3%), it’s rate of increase over the last 20 years compared to the 1990 figure is quite similar (20% in parks and 24% in the country as a whole).
Keywords: Changes in land use; land consumption; national parks
Marco Marchetti, Marco Ottaviano, Rossano Pazzagli, Lorenzo Sallustio, Consumo di suolo e analisi dei cambiamenti del paesaggio nei Parchi nazionali d’Italia in "TERRITORIO" 66/2013, pp 121-131, DOI: 10.3280/TR2013-066021