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Title Strategic environmental assessment and urban planning : methodological reflections and case studies / Giovanni Campeol, editor.
Imprint Cham : Springer, 2020.

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Series Green Energy and Technology.
Green energy and technology.
Subject City planning -- Environmental aspects.
Alt Name Campeol, Giovanni.
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Series Green Energy and Technology.
Green energy and technology.
Subject City planning -- Environmental aspects.
Alt Name Campeol, Giovanni.
Description 1 online resource.
Contents Intro -- Foreword -- Contents -- Strategic Environmental Assessment: An Overview of the European Experiences -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The SEA Directive -- 2.1 Principles and Phases of the Evaluation -- 2.2 Implementation of the Directive -- 3 SEA state of play -- 4 Discussion and Conclusions -- References -- The Strategic Environmental Assessment in Italy -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 The Support to the Assessment Processes: The Role of the Ministry of the Environment -- 1.2 Implementation of the SEA at National and Regional Levels -- 1.3 The Assessment of Urban Plans
1.4 Issues and Innovations Within the SEA Implementing Framework -- 2 The Building of the Sustainability in Planning -- 2.1 Items and Circularity of the Process: Needs, Goals, and Intervention Strategies -- 2.2 The Participation in Decision-Making -- 3 The "Door-to-Door" Sea Service: Meeting the Regional and Local Administrators as Well as the Citizens -- References -- Scenario Analysis and Strategic Environmental Assessment -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Scenario Analysis -- 3 Scenario Analysis and SEA: A Review of Case Studies -- 4 A Cognitive Methodological Framework -- 5 Conclusion -- References
Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) and Multi-Criteria Analysis: An Integrated Approach -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Multi-criteria Analysis and Decision Processes -- 2.1 Multi-criteria Analysis: An Overview -- 2.2 How to Combine Multi-criteria Analysis Within Multi-methodological Approaches -- 3 The Use of the Multi-criteria Analysis for Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) -- 4 Operational Recommendations to Develop a Multi-methodological Approach for SEA -- 5 Conclusions -- References
An Application of the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) in the SEA Process of a Cross-Border Transport Strategy: The Veneto-Austria Corridor -- 1 The Meaning of the Strategic Environmental Strategy -- 2 The Contribution of the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) to the SEA -- 3 Application of the AHP: The Evaluation of a Cross-Border Transport Strategy Italy-Austria -- 4 Discussion of the Results -- 5 Work Stages -- 6 Outcomes -- 7 Considerations -- References -- Urban Strategies in the Legislation of the Veneto Region and the SEA -- References
The Effectiveness of SEA in Evaluating the Land Consumption. An Analysis on 100 SEAs in Lombardy, Italy -- 1 SEA and Soil in the Italian Context -- 2 The Case Study: The Lombardy Region -- 3 Urban Planning in Lombardy: The Regional Law 12/2005 -- 4 Land Consumption in Lombardy: The Regional Law 31/2014 -- 5 The Analysis: 100 SEAs for 100 Municipal Urban Plans -- 6 Rethinking the Role of SEA -- References -- A Tourist Territory Between the Lagoon and the Sea: A Strategy for a Dynamic and Lasting Development -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Specificity of the Lagoon Area
Summary This volume gathers a selection of research contributions on Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA), including theoretical and methodological studies and real-world case studies. It sheds new light on the respective steps in the procedure defined in the SEA Directive from theoretical and operational standpoints, intended to enhance the sustainability of plans and programmes adopted by local, regional and national authorities. Improving the legitimacy and transparency of decision-making in the field of environmental management was one of the goals that led the European Commission (EU) to adopt Directive 2001/42/EC on the assessment of environmental programmes effects. This book provides a multidisciplinary approach to SEA, and addresses the demand for policies and strategies to strengthen resilience through concrete measures to reduce energy consumption, mitigate pollution, promote social inclusion and create urban identity.
ISBN 9783030461805 (electronic bk.)
3030461807 (electronic bk.)
3030461793
9783030461799
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-030-46180-5
10.1007/978-3-030-46
OCLC # 1176248522
Additional Format Original 3030461793 9783030461799 (OCoLC)1145548344.



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