Connected Lands: New Perspectives on Ecological Networks by Filippo Schilleci,Vincenzo Todaro,Francesca Lotta

By Filippo Schilleci,Vincenzo Todaro,Francesca Lotta

This ebook explores and descriptions the reference theoretical foundation of ecological networks in the overseas debate, targeting how safe parts should still now not be regarded as the sum of other parts yet quite as a community. some of the eu, transnational and nationwide types of ecological networks/connections are analyzed at the foundation of an in depth, up to date learn of appropriate records. The advanced photograph that emerges exhibits quite a lot of reticular-ecological types inside of eu plans and courses, but additionally many non-integrated stories. The e-book thus examines the legislation of ecological networks/connections inside making plans tools, explaining the serious issues and bearing on diversified ecological community types and particular neighborhood realities. finally, the booklet addresses Italian case experiences in regards to the varied normative and making plans frameworks, either at a countrywide and local point, and demonstrating not just how ecological networks/connections will be dependent inside plans, but in addition how those networks/connections symbolize the middle part of territory improvement and upkeep. As such, it offers a necessary device for holding habitat fragmentation, delivering a brand new point of view that integrates theoretical methods and strategies with making plans versions and the teachings discovered from neighborhood applications.

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