One of the main problems in the debate around land consumption concerns the need to address actions of urban regeneration towards the restoration of consumed land rather than mere containment of land consumption. The poor appreciation of the value related to those transformations aimed at recovering free areas, imposes an estimative remark aimed at the definition of tools able of comparing the benefits related to ecosystem services and those related to ordinary transformations. A key role needs to be held by local communities that, conveniently involved in the assessment, can help addressing urgencies and emergencies of the studied environment, and at the same time actively participate to the process of territorial, social and cultural transformation.

Land consumption and urban regeneration. Evaluation principles and choice criteria

F. Salvo
Membro del Collaboration Group
;
M. Zupi
;
M. De Ruggiero
2019

Abstract

One of the main problems in the debate around land consumption concerns the need to address actions of urban regeneration towards the restoration of consumed land rather than mere containment of land consumption. The poor appreciation of the value related to those transformations aimed at recovering free areas, imposes an estimative remark aimed at the definition of tools able of comparing the benefits related to ecosystem services and those related to ordinary transformations. A key role needs to be held by local communities that, conveniently involved in the assessment, can help addressing urgencies and emergencies of the studied environment, and at the same time actively participate to the process of territorial, social and cultural transformation.
978-3-319-92098-6
Environmental sustainability, Highest and best use, Land consumption
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