Italian peninsular coastal areas including over 500 000 ha of protected areas, and interest all coastal regions and urban development registered over the past half century has caused important consequences on ecosystems. This geographical area is highly attractive for tourism and for permanent residence, thanks to the good conditions of mobility and transport. Many proposals for productive interventions still have the land as preferential localization and, in many cases, the presence of natural values, is neglected. A goal of this work is to highlight the conditions of presence of high pressures and high transformative environmental values. It will be particularly used comparing indicators to highlight conflicts between the phenomena of urbanization and protection, obtaining a classification of models for the settlement and residual values.

Urban pressure and planning management on Italian coastal areas.

ROMANO, BERNARDINO;Marucci, A;ZULLO, FRANCESCO;Fiorini, L.
2017-01-01

Abstract

Italian peninsular coastal areas including over 500 000 ha of protected areas, and interest all coastal regions and urban development registered over the past half century has caused important consequences on ecosystems. This geographical area is highly attractive for tourism and for permanent residence, thanks to the good conditions of mobility and transport. Many proposals for productive interventions still have the land as preferential localization and, in many cases, the presence of natural values, is neglected. A goal of this work is to highlight the conditions of presence of high pressures and high transformative environmental values. It will be particularly used comparing indicators to highlight conflicts between the phenomena of urbanization and protection, obtaining a classification of models for the settlement and residual values.
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