The metropolitan coast and the construction of common vision. Clues from the case of Bari

Journal title TERRITORIO
Author/s Francesca Calace, Carlo Angelastro, Olga Giovanna Paparusso
Publishing Year 2021 Issue 2020/93 Language Italian
Pages 8 P. 99-106 File size 374 KB
DOI 10.3280/TR2020-093016
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In the territories facing the sea, peculiar both in physical-environmental terms and for the settlement dynamics, as well as for the traditional and emerging economies, many instruments and actors intervene, each with its own rationality, in transforming them. When this condition is expressed in a metropolitan dimension, the greater intensity of environmental and settlement phenomena and the concentration of interests and actors make the coastal territory particularly subject to pressure. Field of reflection is the coast of the metropolitan city of Bari, where this patchwork needs to be investigated, in an interscalar and not hierarchical perspective, to verify if a common project can be found and what its cornerstones can be.

Keywords: Coastal areas, metropolitan areas, integrated spatial planning

Francesca Calace, Carlo Angelastro, Olga Giovanna Paparusso, La costa metropolitana e la costruzione di una visione comune. Alcuni indizi dal caso Bari in "TERRITORIO" 93/2020, pp 99-106, DOI: 10.3280/TR2020-093016