TECHNE 5 (2013): Environment emergency
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Land and built environment resilience. Strategies and operational tools for prevention, mitigation and adaptation of fragile and sensitive contexts

TECHNE 5 (2013): Environment emergency
Published May 13, 2013
Keywords
  • Soil consumption,
  • Land security,
  • Widespread maintenance,
  • Mitigation
How to Cite
Baiani, S., & Valitutti, A. (2013). Land and built environment resilience. Strategies and operational tools for prevention, mitigation and adaptation of fragile and sensitive contexts. TECHNE - Journal of Technology for Architecture and Environment, (5), 95-100. https://doi.org/10.13128/Techne-12807

Abstract

A resilient land not merely adapts, but changes by constructing environmental, economic and social reactions to effects of natural and anthropic risks, to soil consumption, to climate changes as "threats multiplier". In this context, soil consumption control, land security and maintenance, brownfields reuse constitute intervention priorities finalised to identify strategies that integrate issues of protection and long-term safeguard with mitigation and adaptation measures in coherence with local development strategies and financial and technological resources.

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