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Civil environmental engineering (Academic Year 2019/2020) - Structures and Infrastructures

Urban planning and Sustainability

Credits: 6
Language: English
Course description
The course of Urban Planning and Sustainability introduces the training course as part of land use planning, urban planning and environmental, with the aim of giving the student the set of basic knowledge necessary to form those who will be working with appropriate awareness in research, teaching, the profession and the public administration. Territory, conceived as unique, consists of densely built-up areas partially populated, agricultural areas, forests, natural areas, assumes a greater prevalence in cultural and social debate, and the increasing attention to these topics see, sometimes by a opposed, the needs of the "government" of the territories in functional measure social needs and the value of "sustainability", understood as the possibility of providing the most appropriate resources (land, environmental, natural, energy) the users of today with the real expectation that the same can be for the users of tomorrow, in the awareness that natural resources are limited and some activities anthropogenic impact in reducing percentages exponential. From the invention of the term "Sustainable development", through the development of agreements such as Agenda 21 and the Kyoto Protocol, sustainability has been understood as a unique and complex system approaches, policies and behaviors that, in each field, scour parallel roads with the aim of reaching the end Common safeguarding the health of the planet. The delicate balance and evolving the environmental and territorial system along with the need to restructure and retrain the settlements urban of all sizes require, in principle, the increasing use of the methods and techniques of planning, supported by adequate multidisciplinary contributions. It is not simply address the issue of traditional urbanism made of the institutional hierarchy chain planning of local and higher-level, but to graft a different awareness of the territory on which they work multiple subjects in which figures are expert in able to combine a growing demand for sustainable design with the need for economic and social territory.
Prerequisites
Non sussistono prerequisiti specifici per l’accesso al Corso.
Objectives
Main aim of the course of Urban Planning and Sustainability is to deepen the scope of issues related to the activities of urban planning, through the knowledge of the main planning tools and how to approach it with particular reference to the value of regional sustainability. In particular, the course aims to: - Develop a capacity of knowledge and evaluation of the interdependencies between the various anthropogenic factors, environmental, socio - economic and territorial through the formation of knowledge necessary to implement analyzes, interpretations and critical evaluations of the territorial transformations and environmental – Provide basic concepts of planning, illustrate the main planning tools and deepen the environmental aspects of planning in order to provide the fundamental knowledge that may be used in the professional activities by public administrations in control, management and evaluation of the processes of transformation of the city and the territory and prediction / implementation of complex programs and public works, with particular regard to political development of the European territory - Develop a mastery of approaches and methodologies for planning and environmental assessment and planning, as part of configuration participatory local development and sustainable development of EU policies in order to provide the basic knowledge that will come together in consultative activities within the interpretation and implementation of government policies in favor of the territory government public of professional firms, the study-centers and agencies that provide services for analysis, planning and land management of high profile; services company for the design or implementation of geographic information systems, systems, multi-criteria analysis, evaluations of territorial impact.
Program
The themes and topics covered in the 25 video lessons the course of Urban Planning and Sustainability treat eight major macro arguments: MASTER TOPIC 1 - Videolessons n. 1/3 - C and Itta territory MASTER TOPIC 2 - Videolessons n. 4/6 - The system of networks interterritorial MASTER TOPIC 3 - Videolessons n. 7/10 - Sustainability of the environment and landscape MASTER TOPIC 4 - Videolessons n. 11/13 - C ompetenze of the planning system MASTER TOPIC 5 - Videolessons n. 14/17 - Examples of Plans and Projects MASTER TOPIC 6 - Video lessons. 18/20 - Actions and planning supra MASTER TOPIC 7 - Videolessons n. 21/23 - Social role of planning MASTER TOPIC 8 - Videolessons n. 24/25 - Theories and perspectives of urban
Book
Elementi di pianificazione sostenibile. MCGRAW HILL EDUCATION, ebook, 2013.
Exercises
La tipologia di approccio disciplinare non contempla esercizi scritti secondo la accezione di consuetudine. Saranno invece svolte esercitazioni collettive su esempi trattati nell’ambito di video lezioni specifiche.
Professor
Massimo Clemente
List of lessons
    •  Lesson n. 1: Introduzione 
Attilia Peano
Mario Fadda
Giuseppe De Matteis
Vera Comoli
Alex Fubini
Graziella Brunetta
Pompeo Fabbri
Pompeo Fabbri
Francesca Governo
Riccardo Bedrone
Luigi Mazza
Carlo Alberto Barbieri
Maurizio Marcelloni
Silvia Saccomanni
Gabriele Pasqui
Agata Spaziante
Attilia Peano
Attilia Peano
Attilia Peano
Agata Spaziante
Paolo Fareri
Eleonora Artesio
Antonio Tosi
Carlo Alberto Barbieri

Headquarter

Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 39
00186 Roma - ITALIA
Tax code number: 97394340588
P.IVA: 13937651001

Certified mail

info@pec.uninettunouniversity.net

Student Secretariat

tel: +39 06 692076.70
tel: +39 06 692076.71
e-mail: info@uninettunouniversity.net

Videoconferencing

Library 1st floor: 90.147.90.157
Meeting Room 5th floor: 90.147.90.158

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