Rome and its Region Facing Climate Change Impacts
One of the most complex discussions concerning climate emergency is the sustainable water management. How to deal with the risks generated by climate change where the presence of cultural and environmental assets is highly stratified over time? How to manage large densely populated areas rich in environmental and human resources, ensuring their protection and development? It’s now time to integrate the connections between the different territorial scales and to ensure the balance between public and private interests in a framework of sustainable strategies. SOS Climate Waterfront is an interdisciplinary project that aims to explore waterfronts in Europe that are facing climate change. The volume presents the results of the workshop held in Rome in spring 2022.
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Contributions by: Antonio Annis, Francesca Assennato, Elena Battaglini, Paulina Bone, Maria Rosaria Boni, Giulio Calenda, Antonio Cappuccitti, Alice Cavalli, Agostina Chiavola, Federica Dal Falco, Tullia Valeria Di Giacomo, Camilla Di Marcantonio, Sonia Gallico, Pedro Ressano Garcia, Chiara Giuliani, Luna Kappler, Giulia Luciani, Michele Manigrasso, Corrado Paolo Mancini, Simona Mannucci, Carmen Mariano, Claudia Mattogno, Annalisa Metta, Bruno Monardo, Fernando Nardi, Lucyna Nyka, Elena Paudice, Irene Poli, Marta Polizzi, Chiara Ravagnan, Federica Rosso, Francesca Rossi, Germaine Sanders, María Margarita Segarra Lagunes, Daniela Smiraglia, Jakub Szczepański, Barbara Tetti, Maria Grazia Turco