Ambientalismo costruttivo. Il miglioramento della Tangenziale sud di Bergamo

Journal title TERRITORIO
Author/s Marco Adriano Perletti
Publishing Year 2009 Issue 2009/50
Language Italian Pages 78 P. 126-203 File size 6463 KB
DOI 10.3280/TR2009-050014
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Constructive environmentalism. The improvement of the South of the Bergamo motorway ring road - The project for the south of the Bergamo motorway ring road is the result of a commitment to problems of mobility which Wwf Italy has intensified in recent years. As a result of an initiative taken by the Bergamo Wwf, a master plan was studied for the area in 2007 to identify possible measures to lessen the impact of the road infrastructure by means of forestation and redevelopment with vegetation. The proposal has involved municipal and provincial administrations so that they can learn the contents and concretely implement this green project. As a result of further study of the project conducted by one of the municipalities concerned, the Region of Lombardy granted funding for a contract tender entitled ‘10,000 hectares of new woodland and multi-functional parkland’, to be used to implement an initial lot of the project. The work planned and recently started will be completed by the end of 2010 and will constitute the start of a long process of environmental and landscape redevelopment which should be followed by other intervention in the agricultural area of Plis del rio Morla and Rogge.

Marco Adriano Perletti, Ambientalismo costruttivo. Il miglioramento della Tangenziale sud di Bergamo in "TERRITORIO" 50/2009, pp 126-203, DOI: 10.3280/TR2009-050014