Valentina Sannicandro

Valentina Sannicandro
University of Naples Federico II | UNINA · Department of Architecture

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In this research paper, we define and test an ELECTRE III-based approach to the construction of non-compensatory composite indicators; these indicators are used for the evaluation of environmental and social performances of urban and regional planning policies. We tested the methodology for the construction of the Land-Use Policy Efficiency Index (...
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The final publication is available at: link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-42089-9_12 The interplay between land take and climate change is reviving the debate on the environmental impacts of urbanization. Monitoring and evaluation of land-cover and land-use changes have secured political commitment worldwide, and in the European Union in...
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The expected utility theory assumes that the advantage of an agent under conditions of uncertainty can be calculated as a weighted average of the utilities in each state as possible, by using as weights the likelihood of the occurrence of individual states. The expected utility is thus an expected value (according to the terminology of the theory o...
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This position paper critically analyses the process to implement the UNESCO Recommendation on the Historic Urban Landscape (2011), exploring evaluation tools, innovative business / management models and financing tools for the conservation and regeneration of Historic Urban Landscape (HUL), to make it operational in the perspective of a circular ec...
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L'evoluzione recente dei cambiamenti di uso del suolo in Puglia sembra impostarsi solo parzialmente sui fenomeni di territorializzazione di lunga durata, con il loro corredo di permanenze e dominanze insediative e colturali 2 (Regione Puglia, 2015), mentre emergono processi di riconfigurazione delle relazioni materiali, economiche e simboliche dell...
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In urban contexts characterized by the presence of settlements where services are lacking, densification with the transfer of development rights brings benefits, through intensification of urban areas, reduction of the vehicular mobility and containment of soil consumption. Indeed, under certain conditions, the transfer of development rights allows...
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In 2006 European Commission stated that soil, fairly recognisable as an ecosystem structure, can be considered essentially as a non-renewable resource, thus triggering both studies for the assessment of land take phenomenon and actions for its mitigation and reduction. In last two decades, a deeper and ecosystem approach to land-use policies target...
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The paper represent a check of the use of multicriteria evaluation in order to add a qualitative evaluation to the traditional quantitative measure of the sustainability of soil consumption. The experiment starts analysing all deriving measure from measures of different typology of soil consumption and land use as criteria to evaluate which part of...
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The paper speaks about an experiment about the possibility to identify areas for transfer of development rights,with the aim of contain the soil consumption. The scope is to densify existing settlements. In order to apply a equalitarian rule, an analysis of a equal measure of urban sprawl in the nearest surroundings of a given settlement has been c...

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The project cs@monitor (in collaboration with "Innovapuglia" Agency of the Apulian Region) will develop an analysis of land use variation, in order to support a) a better knowledge of those dynamics that favour the artificialization of soil, finding methods and approach, 2) proposing suggestion coming from best practices, c) developing proposal for urban and land and property economic policies, in order to contain urban sprawl, an soil take.