Towards no net land take: which tools can be used?

Speakers’ interventions available online

A day of analysis was held on 30 November, focusing on studies relating to land take and its impact on ecosystem services and the most advanced national administrative experiences on urban planning.

In fact, during the meeting, which was held as part of the activities to monitor the best practices envisaged by the SOS4Life project, the experiences of the Autonomous Province of Bolzano and the Regions of Piedmont, Lombardy, Tuscany and Emilia Romagna were presented, along with a study and analysis contribution by the Polytechnic University of Milan, ISPRA (the Italian National Institute for Environmental Protection and Research), CNR-Ibimet, and the Geological, Seismic and Soil Service and the Territorial and Urban, Transport and Landscape Planning Service of the Emilia-Romagna Region.

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The slides of the speakers:

Comune_Forli_SOS4Life_30 nov 2016
Malucelli_EmiliaR_SOS4Life_30 nov 2016
Munafo_ISPRA_SOS4Life_30 nov 2016
Guaragno_EmiliaR_SOS4Life_30 nov 2016
Rinner_Bolzano_SOS4Life_30 nov 2016
De Cesare_Lombardia_SOS4Life_30 nov 2016
Zunino_Piemonte_SOS4Life_30 nov 2016

The audio-video recordings of the day are available on the YouTube channel.