By Francesco Rotondo, Francesco Selicato, Vera Marin, Josefina Lopez Galdeano
This publication seeks to reinforce the cultural measurement of sustainable improvement and especially makes a speciality of minor old facilities and their usual and rural landscapes. In a society turning into ever extra globalized, with out territorial regulations within the construction of products and ready to reproduce in China the products and product attribute of South American crafts (to point out simply extremes), the single point which can nonetheless be contextualized is background identification: the results of shut integration among cultural resources, intangible resources and settled groups.
therefore, historical past identification is among the few parts, including ordinary assets, which has the possibility of monetary improvement that continues to be firmly rooted in areas and native populations. those cities are usually the center-piece of city landscapes and geographical parts with unique good points, no longer regularly yet frequently as person locations inside networks of teenybopper old facilities associated by means of shared background, traditions and/or usual components (rivers, forests, river structures or different average elements). they're outdoors the key vacationer networks, no matter if now there's a budding curiosity within the touristic exploitation of those environments. So, they're the proper locations to pursue a sustainable and native improvement with a cultural perspective.
This e-book is a made of the VIVA_EASTPART venture (Valorisation and enhancing of administration of Small historical Centres within the japanese PARTnership region), lower than the EU-funded “ENPI jap Partnership” software. It enhances the extra practically-focused paintings that's in construction from this crew, extra enthusiastic about empirical techniques to the advance of teenage old facilities of the countries concerned. even though the ebook has been encouraged through this learn and dealing adventure, the authors are exclusively chargeable for the content material and reviews presented.
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