Eco-Innovative Solutions for Wasted Landscapes

Marina Rigillo, Libera Amenta, Anna Attademo, Lorenzo Boccia, Enrico Formato, Michelangelo Russo


The paper focuses on the impact generated by the un-ement of wast on both natural environment, and urbanization process, and on the opportunity to invert it by regenerating Wasted Landscapes, i.e. underused, polluted and abandoned sites, especially lo-cated in peri-urban areas. This is one of the aims of the REPAiR project, funded in 2016 by the European Commission within the Horizon 2020 framework, developed by University of Na-ples with TU Delft as Lead Partner. The implementation of multi-scaling/multi-disciplinary ap-proach, for testing out collaborative decision-making, has seen so far the research of a scien-ea in the context of the Metropolitan Area of Naples. The selection of the peri-urban areas has also been tested through Living Labs, aimed at designing eco-innovative solutions towards circularity.


Wasted Landscapes; Circular Economy; Urban Metabolism; Peri-Urban; Eco-innovation; Living Labs

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