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Servizi ecosistemici in chiave progettuale e proattiva

  • Alice Franchina

Having ascertained that the ecosystem service paradigm is a scientific rather than a “natural” one, the text criticizes the purely analytical attitude with which it is usually used; such an attitude, together with the dominance of a purely economic evaluation, is hiding the risk of a real commodification of nature. This highlights the need to progress towards the use of the ecosystem service instrument within a transformative design framework, aiming at social equity, and which adopts an inclusive evaluation system of the local actors.

  • Keywords:
  • scientific paradigm,
  • evaluation system,
  • planning,
  • project,
  • social equity,
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Alice Franchina

KCity - rigenerazione urbana, Italy

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Chapter Title

Servizi ecosistemici in chiave progettuale e proattiva

Authors

Alice Franchina

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10.36253/978-88-5518-050-4.08

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2020

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Book Title

I servizi ecosistemici nella pianificazione bioregionale

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Daniela Poli

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152

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2020

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