Massimo Sargolini
University of Camerino
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#1Bojana Bojanić Obad Šćitaroci (University of Zagreb)H-Index: 5
#2Ilenia Pierantoni (University of Camerino)H-Index: 3
Last. Ana Sopina (University of Zagreb)H-Index: 1
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#1Ilenia PierantoniH-Index: 3
#2Mariano PierantozziH-Index: 13
Last. Massimo SargoliniH-Index: 4
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The COVID-19 pandemic is changing people’s habits and behaviors and will reshape city layout and management Among the different areas of research to be explored, the paper outlines first inputs to use the COVID-19 health crisis as a “window of opportunity” to trigger a sustainable transition of urban living environments, through actions to reshape and territorial organization after COVID-19 and in preparation for future health Before having a vaccine or medications that ensure a non-lethal disea...
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#1Ahmadreza Shirvani Dastgerdi (University of Camerino)H-Index: 7
#2Massimo Sargolini (University of Camerino)H-Index: 4
Last. Flavio StimilliH-Index: 2
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As the world’s largest coordinated network of protected areas, the Natura 2000 network (N2k) encompasses the most valuable and threatened species and habitats in Europe. However, N2k sites have been often criticized due to their rigid management system that focuses only on conservation practice without a strategic vision for linking with the regional plans. This study aims to develop a novel approach for sustainable management of N2k sites in Italy by identifying existing gaps and developing con...
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#2Massimo SargoliniH-Index: 4
Last. Giuseppe De LucaH-Index: 41
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Climate change has dramatically affected the rainfall patterns and water systems in Central Italy. The vulnerability of this area to climate change and natural hazards necessitates that appropriate adaptation policies be put in place to protect heritage sites. This study aims to develop a cultural and natural heritage conservation framework for Central Italy that enhances the capacity of climate change adaptation for heritage resources. For this purpose, a comparison was made between the UNESCO ...
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#1Ahmadreza Shirvani Dastgerdi (University of Camerino)H-Index: 7
#2Massimo Sargolini (University of Camerino)H-Index: 4
Climate change and its related natural hazards have emerged as a significant threat to the conservation of heritage sites. Identifying the level of vulnerability to climate change at historic sites plays a vital role in the long term effectiveness of adaptation policies. This study discusses a set of factors that are involved in vulnerability assessment to improve adaptation policies at heritage sites. For this purpose, data were gathered through a systematic literature review and then analyzed ...
#1Massimo BattagliaH-Index: 14
#2Nora Annesi (Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies)H-Index: 2
Last. Massimo Sargolini (University of Camerino)H-Index: 4
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Abstract “Futures” studies have treated the issue of place-based approach and bioregionalism planning as tool to achieve a sustainable development in areas characterized by exclusive natural peculiarities ( Gray, 2007 ; Tonn, English, Turner, & Hemrick, 2006 ). After reviewing theories and cases concerning the re-launch of this kind of territories, the study introduces the concept of inner areas ( Barca, 2009 ). Inner areas, described as a specific territorial weak category, are central to the E...
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The considerable volume of rubble generated by the 2016–2017 earthquakes in central Italy reveals a significant issue in the post-disaster reconstruction phase. Drawing from the experience of Macerata province and the city of Camerino, the purpose of this paper is to explore a possible change of attitude in the reuse of heritage waste materials in the reconstruction process of damaged historical villages and towns in Italy.,This research outlines a comparison between national and regional direct...
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Climate change affects, directly and indirectly, the tangible and intangible features of heritage sites. Conservation studies often examine the impacts of climate change on heritage sites by assuming it as an isolated and static concept. This study aims to debate cultural heritage concept as the primary and neglected factor for wise development of climate-resilience policies. We first adopt the qualitative Meta-synthesis method to analyze the impacts of climate change on world heritage sites, th...
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#1Flavio Stimilli (University of Camerino)H-Index: 2
#2Massimo Sargolini (University of Camerino)H-Index: 4
The hinterland of Marche region has been declining for a long time, mainly due to the process of littoralization, ongoing phenomenon worldwide that represents a great challenge for planners and policy-makers. Increasing urbanization, seasonal mass tourism and overall growing of human pressure are just some of the issues affecting the coast. Vice versa, dramatic depopulation, economic depression and abandonment of rural activities are just some of those affecting the hinterland. In many places, t...
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