Inner Areas represent almost 60% of the italian territory, in particular in Abruzzo there are 103 Commons included into SNAI. When the areas were enstabilished there were about 116.000 inhabitants. University of L’Aquila is working on a research about “Smart Land”: a new type of territorial enviroment in wich competitivity and attractiveness are enhanced using particle and shared politics. More specifically the study focuses on new technologies, social cohesion, spread of knowledge, creative growth, accessibility and freedom of movement, enviromental viability (with particular attention on nature, history, heritage architecture and small villages), landscape quality and quality of citizen’s life. The main aim of the research is studying an innovative strategy for sustainable development of inner areas, looking at the resource-based theory and trying to enhance place and time specific resources. This article will expose first results of this study with a first application on a local case study.

Aree interne smart e strategie di sviluppo territoriale

Donato Di Ludovico;Luana Di Lodovico;Federico Eugeni
2019

Abstract

Inner Areas represent almost 60% of the italian territory, in particular in Abruzzo there are 103 Commons included into SNAI. When the areas were enstabilished there were about 116.000 inhabitants. University of L’Aquila is working on a research about “Smart Land”: a new type of territorial enviroment in wich competitivity and attractiveness are enhanced using particle and shared politics. More specifically the study focuses on new technologies, social cohesion, spread of knowledge, creative growth, accessibility and freedom of movement, enviromental viability (with particular attention on nature, history, heritage architecture and small villages), landscape quality and quality of citizen’s life. The main aim of the research is studying an innovative strategy for sustainable development of inner areas, looking at the resource-based theory and trying to enhance place and time specific resources. This article will expose first results of this study with a first application on a local case study.
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