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La struttura territoriale della bioregione urbana: pianificare sistemi multipolari autosostenibili e solidali. Il caso della Puglia

  • Angela Barbanente
  • David Fanfani

The concept of urban bioregion provides an interpretive and design perspective to the critical vision of planetary urbanisation, pursuing the recovery of co-evolutionary relations between human settlement and the environment through the reconstruction both of the ‘urbanity’ of places in plural and multi-centred forms and of the relations between urban and rural life-worlds. The experience of the Apulia Regional Landscape Plan is presented as an attempt of policy and planning innovation aimed at supporting re-inhabiting practices consistent with the principles and forms of the urban bioregion. The Plan promotes projects and actions characterised by a multi-scalar dimension, which assume as key factors for a just and regenerative local development the re-establishment of co-evolutionary relationships between human settlement and the geo-environmental system, the mobilisation of local knowledge, and the shaping of a sense of belonging to places and inhabitants’ care practices.

  • Keywords:
  • Urban bioregion,
  • human settlement/environment co-evolutionary relationship,
  • urban-rural relationship,
  • Territorial Landscape Plan,
  • re-inhabiting practices.,
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Angela Barbanente

Politecnico di Bari, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-5245-4907

David Fanfani

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0003-4468-6238

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Chapter Title

La struttura territoriale della bioregione urbana: pianificare sistemi multipolari autosostenibili e solidali. Il caso della Puglia

Authors

Angela Barbanente, David Fanfani

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Italian

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10.36253/979-12-215-0116-2.15

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2023

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Ecoterritorialismo

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Alberto Magnaghi, Ottavio Marzocca

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242

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2023

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Firenze University Press

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