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Sustainable Venice: Suggestions for the Future

  • Ignazio┬áMusu

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-v
  2. Mauro Bon, Danilo Mainardi, Luca Mizzan, Patrizia Torricelli
    Pages 27-60
  3. Carlo Magnani, Traudy Pelzel
    Pages 95-120
  4. Maurizio Rispoli, Francesco di Cesare, Andrea Stocchetti
    Pages 121-157
  5. Jan van der Borg, Antonio Paolo Russo
    Pages 159-193
  6. Enzo Rullani, Stefano Micelli
    Pages 195-226
  7. Bruno Dente, Cinzia Griggio, Andrea Mariotto, Carolina Pacchi
    Pages 227-261
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 263-271

About this book

Introduction

It is universally recognised that Venice and its lagoon are of such value that they constitute an international public good that must be preserved for humanity as a whole. But such an ambitious task requires a diversified, sustainable set of economic activities, mostly focused on the production of services and non-material goods. This complex issue is analyzed using different approaches, with a discussion of the case of Venice as an example of some of the most relevant problems concerning the relation between the environment and development in the contemporary world: the trade-off between preserving an ecosystem and considering it as an economic resource; the evolution of different urban growth scenarios and the preservation of a physical habitat; the role of immaterial production in urban economic development; the nature of tourism as a sustainable activity, considered from both from the environmental and cultural angles; the institutional aspect of governing a process of sustainable urban development.
Readership: A unique resource for environmental and urban managers, policy analysts, students of sustainable development, and anyone else interested in the social and economic implications of preserving one of the most loved and celebrated cities in the world.

Keywords

Economic Development Sustainable Development biodiversity development ecosystem growth production

Editors and affiliations

  • Ignazio┬áMusu
    • 1
    • 2
  1. 1.University of VeniceItaly
  2. 2.Fondazione Eni Enrico MatteiMilanItaly

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