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Quality of Life in Urban Landscapes

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Description

This volume introduces an innovative tool for the development of sustainable cities and the promotion of the quality of life of city inhabitants. It presents a decision-support system to orient public administrations in identifying development scenarios for sustainable urban and territorial transformations. The authors have split the volume into five parts, which respectively describe the theoretical basis of the book, the policies in question and indicators that influence them, the decision-support system that connects indicators to policies, the case study of Ancona, Italy, and potential future directions for this work.

This volume is based on transdisciplinary research completed in May 2016 that involved about 40 researchers at The University of Camerino, Italy and other European universities. With purchase of this book, readers will also have access to Electronic Supplementary Material that contains a database with groups of indicators of assessment of urban quality of life and a toolkit containing the data processing system and management information system used in the book's case study.



Auteur

Roberta Cocci Grifoni is graduated in Physics and completed a Ph. D in Applied Physics. She is actually researcher of Environmental Applied Physics and assistant professor, at School of Architecture and Design at Camerino University, Italy. Her investigation fields include air quality modelling, model evaluation techniques, sensitivity and uncertainty studies, models for environmental control, parametrization of the Planetary Boundary Layer, statistic filling and time series, computational  fluid dynamic simulations, outdoor thermal comfort and  energetic efficiency in buildings. She has participated in many researches in the field of environmental design, such as: LIFE+ Natura SUN LIFE; FAR Research Quality of the Landscape and Quality of Life in the Sustainable Adriatic City; "Access2 Mountain - South East Europe  Transnational Cooperation Programme SEE/B/0007/3.1/X - "Sustainable mobility and tourism in sensitive areas of the Alps and the Carpathians.

From 2002 she is  Fellow of Wessex Institute of Great Britain.

She is author of 4 books, some chapters of books and over 60 papers on international and national journals devoted to research fields ranging from air quality, boundary layer physics, themophysical properties of fluid system, outdoor thermal comfort and energy efficiency.

Massimo Sargolini is Full Professor in Urban, Territorial, and Landscape Planning. He is coordinator of international research projects on inner areas, relationship between planning of protected areas and ordinary planning, quality of landscape and quality of life, and carries out scientific responsibility tasks in national and international organizations: member of the International Union for Conservation of Nature IUCN, director of the Research Center on Territory and Landscape (Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies of Pisa, UNICAM), director of the Master course on Landscape Planning and protected areas management, director of the interdisciplinary research platform SUSTAINSCAPES, member of the Landscape Scientific Board of INU (Italian Urban Planning Institute), member of the Technical-Scientific Committee of the Extraordinary Government Commissioner for Reconstruction - Earthquake 2016, coordinator and responsible of the Reconstruction and Development of the University of Camerino after the Earthquake 2016. He's author and coordinator of extensive scientific multi-disciplinary researches, international research projects, spatial planning and project activities concerning city and territory, environment, landscape, nature conservation (particularly protected areas), and risk management. He has published a large number of books and articles on these matters.

Rosalba D'Onofrio is Researcher of Urban Planning in the School of Architecture and Design E. Vittoria at the University of Camerino, where she teaches Urban Planning and  is a member of the Scientific Committee of the Parks and Landscape  Master. In her professional and academic career she was involved in landscape design, design of parks, urban planning and design. She has participated in many researches in the field of environmental design, such as: LIFE+ Natura SUN LIFE; FAR Research Quality of the Landscape and Quality of Life in the Sustainable Adriatic City; "Access2 Mountain - South East Europe  Transnational Cooperation Programme SEE/B/0007/3.1/X - "Sustainable mobility and tourism in sensitive areas of the Alps and the Carpathians. She published many articles and some books in environmental and landscape fields, such as:  R. D'Onofrio (2012), Towards sustainable urban planning in times of climate change, Urban Planning and Regional Development- WASET 2012; R. D'Onofrio (2012), Form of the City, Urban Sustainability, and Landscape Quality, in M. Sargolini, Urban Landscapes. Environmental Networks and Quality of Life, Springer Milan; R. D' Onofrio, Massimo Sargolini (edited by), Resilient Landscapes for Cities of the Future, Uniscape En-Route.

Her current research focuses on the relationship between urban planning, well-being and health of cities with some national and international publications such as: R. D'Onofrio, E. Trusiani (2017), Città, salute e  benessere, FAngeli, Roma; R. D' Onofrio, E. Trusiani (2017), Urban Planning for Healthy European Cities, Springer.



Contenu

Part I - Quality of the Landscape, Quality of Life, Urban Sustainability. Chapter 1. State of the art on the search for sustainability and quality of life in cities.- Chapter 2. The landscape as a complex indicator of urban sustainability and quality of life of city inhabitants.- Chapter 3. Use of decision-support systems in defining scenarios for sustainable, shared urban development.- Part II Urban Policies and Quality of Life. Chapter 4. Urban policies for urban sustainability and quality of life of the city.- Chapter 5. Selection of indicators of urban sustainability and quality of life of city inhabitants.- Chapter 6. Contributions.- Part III - A Decision-Support System. Chapter 7. The DSS and its possible applications.- Chapter 8. For a new urban governance.- Chapter 9. Communication and dissemination of the model.- Part IV Application to the Adriatic City. Chapter 10. The ideal Adriadic city.-  Chapter 11. Application of the Tool and initial results.- Chapter 12. Criteria for activating the Forum to interpret and assess the landscape and the quality of life.- Chapter 13. Criteria for building the possible development scenarios presented to policymakers.- Part V New research frontiers.

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Quality of Life in Urban Landscapes
Sous-titre: In Search of a Decision Support System
Auteur:
Code EAN: 9783319655819
ISBN: 978-3-319-65581-9
Protection contre la copie numérique: filigrane numérique
Format: eBook (pdf)
Producteur: Springer International Publishing
Editeur: Springer
Genre: Art
nombre de pages: 399
Parution: 14.12.2017
Année: 2017
Taille de fichier: 11.6 MB

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