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Title New Metropolitan Perspectives Knowledge Dynamics and Innovation-driven Policies Towards Urban and Regional Transition Volume 2 / edited by Carmelina Bevilacqua, Francesco CalabrĂ², Lucia Della Spina
Edition 1st ed. 2021
Published Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2021
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Series Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies, 2190-3026 ; 178
Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies, 2190-3026 ; 178
Contents Disposal of Bergamot By-products by Animal Productions -- Sustainable Attitudes of Local People on the Purchase of Local Food. An empirical investigation on Italian products -- Transhumance Routes in the Perspective of Tourist Use: Case Studies in Calabria, Italy -- Italy Testing the Place-based Approach: River Agreements and National Strategy for Inner Areas -- The "blue vision" of Ionian Coastal Rural Area
Summary This book presents the outcomes of the symposium "NEW METROPOLITAN PERSPECTIVES," held at Mediterranea University, Reggio Calabria, Italy on May 26-28, 2020. Addressing the challenge of Knowledge Dynamics and Innovation-driven Policies Towards Urban and Regional Transition, the book presents a multi-disciplinary debate on the new frontiers of strategic and spatial planning, economic programs and decision support tools in connection with urban-rural area networks and metropolitan centers. The respective papers focus on six major tracks: Innovation dynamics, smart cities and ICT; Urban regeneration, community-led practices and PPP; Local development, inland and urban areas in territorial cohesion strategies; Mobility, accessibility and infrastructures; Heritage, landscape and identity;and Risk management,environment and energy. The book also includes a Special Section on Rhegion United Nations 2020-2030. Given its scope, the book will benefit all researchers, practitioners and policymakers interested in issues concerning metropolitan and marginal areas
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Subject Computational intelligence.
Urban economics.
Form Electronic book
Author Bevilacqua, Carmelina. editor.
CalabrĂ², Francesco. editor.
Della Spina, Lucia. editor.
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ISBN 9783030482794