Wednesday, 11th December and Thursday, 12th December | Auditorium
Scholars and researchers from different disciplines (geography, economics, sociology, urban planning) are strongly encouraged to contribute to the session “Rural-Urban Relationships for a better territorial development” jointly organized by the University Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria and the Institute for Regional Development of Eurac Research.
This special session is organized under the THEMATIC TRACK 4 – Dissolving borders: towards integrated territorial approaches, from smart cities to smart regions.
The Session investigates how new forms of urban and rural inter-relationships may create new opportunities for a better quality of life in rural/mountain /fragile/marginalized territories and reduce social and spatial inequalities. The format is Point/counterpoint debate.
Session number: 4106
T4.2 (Ravazzoli) – Wednesday, 11th December from 16:30 to 18:00 | Auditorium
- 4214 Laner, Peter – Integrated solutions for the provision of Services of General Interest in peripheral mountain regions
- 4260 Moreira, Maria da Graça – Tourism in the time of the smart regions
- 4221 Lengyel, Janka – Multiscale Urban Analysis and Modelling for Local and Regional Decision-Makers
- 4171 Calcatinge, Alexandru – Relevance of cultural landscape policies and the need for smart and open source frameworks in cultural urban development processes
T4.3 (Hoffmann) – Thursday, 12th December from 9:00 to 11:00 | Auditorium
- 4108 Dalvit, Giorgio – Alperia Smart Region: the region-wide approach for South Tyrol
- 4136 Mertens, Giel – Making cities informed implementers of autonomous mobility
- 4216 Barberi, Riccardo – A small solar microcogenerator
- 4256 Massimo, Domenico Enrico – Rural-Urban Synergy: Forestry Resources for Post Carbon City to Mitigate Climate Change
- 4116 Pagliuso, Ana – Integrated territorial approaches in Portugal: between EU-led policy initiatives and national statutory contexts
- 4281 Membretti, Andrea – Innov–Aree: accompanying mountain imaginary to become sustainable reality.
T4.4 (Hoffmann) – Thursday, 12th December from 11:30 to 13:00 | Auditorium
- 4115 Pisman, Ann – Reporting about the development of new maps and indicators for Flanders and the challenge to get these new insights implemented in policy documents
- 4162 Grilli, Gianluca – Preference-Based Planning Of Urban Green Spaces: A Latent Class Clustering Approach
- 4210 Levarlet, François – Territorial development tools for cross-border smart and sustainable regions
- 4223 Cattivelli, Valentina – Defining urban and rural areas: Characteristics and problems related to the methods currently adopted