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Paesaggi collettivi

Il silenzio delle proprietà collettive delle Valli del Germanasca nel Piano Paesaggistico Regionale del Piemonte

Michele F. Barale    

Margherita Valcanover    

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abstract

Communal land management is a structural element of the Alpine Mountains. In the Valleys of the Germanasca (TO), collective management has been carried out for centuries by means of extensive private shared ownership. These properties materialize the interrelations between the community and territory as identified by the first article of the European Landscape Convention. This contribution puts the theme of collective management of the highlands in the perspective of the recognition, by the urban tools regarding the theme of Landscape, of the “interrelations” between anthropic and natural elements, and in this case with respect to the Piedmont Regional Landscape Plan.

Pubblicato
30 Novembre 2021
Presentato
19 Luglio 2021
Lingua
IT
ISBN (PRINT)
978-88-6969-563-6
ISBN (EBOOK)
978-88-6969-562-9

Keywords: Alpine Mountain managementCollective propertyComuniLandscape planning

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