Tag: Sustainable development

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Alfredo Rizzo Land Grabbing: una nuova sfida per il diritto internazionale ed europeo A livello istituzionale e scientifico si sta cercando di affrontare in modo sempre più serio un fenomeno, quello del land grabbing, avvertito come elemento caratterizzante le ormai molteplici crisi economiche, umanitarie e migratorie riscontrate tanto a livello regionale quanto a livello internazionale.

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Francesca Sorrentini La valorizzazione del turismo enogastronomico nelle aree protette della Campania Abstract: The Promotion of Food and Wine Tourism in the Protected Areas of Campania Food and wine tourism has taken a signifi cant role in the development planning of protected areas, especially if organized with the principles of sustainability, as evidenced by the

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Sonia Gambino Risorse naturali e capacità di attrazione turistica: l’esempio della Riserva Naturale dello Zingaro Abstract: Natural Resources and Tourist Attraction: the Zingaro Nature Reserve The Gulf of Castellammare comprises one of the most beautiful places in Trapani province, and, above all, the Zingaro coastal stretch. The fi rst nature reserve set up in Sicily,

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Germana Citarella Valorizzazione turistica dei territori creativi protetti Abstract: Tourism Enhancement of Creative Protected Areas Nowadays protected natural areas represent one of the indispensable instruments for the defence of biodiversity. For a long time a conservative view has prevailed in Italy: the aim of the local political administration had to be the unaltered maintenance of

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Bernardo Cardinale La Carta Europea per il Turismo Sostenibile nelle aree marine protette: la prima esperienza dell’Area Marina Protetta “Torre del Cerrano” Abstract: The European Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Protected Areas: the First Experience of the Marine Protected Area “Torre del Cerrano” An important step towards meeting the goals of environmental protection and testing

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Andrea Riggio, Pierluigi De Felice Biomass energy, agriculture and sustainability. A case study in the inside hill of Northern Campania Abstract: Renewable sources of energy could promote local development providing that the planning is sustainable, respectful of issues concerning the environment, the landscape and society. At the same time the plan needs to evaluate the