During the last three years, the research “Politiche e strategie urbane per l’adattamento climatico”, promoted by the Dipartimento di Architettura of Roma Tre University explored various fields, ranging from the study of current experiences of European cities to the in-depth analysis of the knowledge base necessary for the preparation of Adaptation Plans, from the use of satellite data to the participation to institutional initiatives, conferences and processes, first and foremost the National Adaptation Strategy, recently approved by the Conferenza Unificata. Alongside such activities an underlying theme was developed, somehow translating on an operational side the other research threads, represented by the preparation of an essential tool for adaptation policies and strategies, the Climate Vulnerability Map. The selected case study was Rome’s local authority, and the path was brought forward by applying a well-established methodology (derived by similar European experiences) on the one hand, and by ensuring its easy replicability in other urban context on the other, thus using information and data reasonably available in the whole country. This article describes the paths and results of what the research group named the Climate Vulnerability Map 1.0 (CVMR 1.0), underlining its perfectibility.

Filpa, A., Ombuen, S. (2014). La carta della vulnerabilità climatica di Roma 1.0. URBANISTICATRE, 5, 47-58.

La carta della vulnerabilità climatica di Roma 1.0

FILPA, ANDREA;OMBUEN, SIMONE
2014-01-01

Abstract

During the last three years, the research “Politiche e strategie urbane per l’adattamento climatico”, promoted by the Dipartimento di Architettura of Roma Tre University explored various fields, ranging from the study of current experiences of European cities to the in-depth analysis of the knowledge base necessary for the preparation of Adaptation Plans, from the use of satellite data to the participation to institutional initiatives, conferences and processes, first and foremost the National Adaptation Strategy, recently approved by the Conferenza Unificata. Alongside such activities an underlying theme was developed, somehow translating on an operational side the other research threads, represented by the preparation of an essential tool for adaptation policies and strategies, the Climate Vulnerability Map. The selected case study was Rome’s local authority, and the path was brought forward by applying a well-established methodology (derived by similar European experiences) on the one hand, and by ensuring its easy replicability in other urban context on the other, thus using information and data reasonably available in the whole country. This article describes the paths and results of what the research group named the Climate Vulnerability Map 1.0 (CVMR 1.0), underlining its perfectibility.
Filpa, A., Ombuen, S. (2014). La carta della vulnerabilità climatica di Roma 1.0. URBANISTICATRE, 5, 47-58.
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