The global effects of climate change are making urgent to transform cities by downscaling climate responsive strategies and enhancing the contextual value of places through participatory visioning. Strengthening the "ability to aspire" of current societies means, accordingly, considering climate change as an opportunity to imagine collective solutions for the environmental transition. In Italy environmental policies still remain confined to the dimension of risk, and socio-ecological challenges have to be undertaken in order to overcome "green gentrification". The limit to this trend can be set by facing climate change under the frame of a more equitable distribution and contextualization of project responses, while vehiculating topics such as mitigation and adaptation to common citizens.The paper describes an innovative experimentation in the eastern Naples within the Climate Action Laboratory of the Federico II University. The focus is on how to turn climate responsive planning into measures to couple analytical/interpretative skills and transdisciplinary knowledge, bringing together university students and local stakeholders. The synergy between participatory research-action and service learning has allowed to develop a collective vision in which soft mobility and adaptation offer a lens to capture local needs and aspirations while engaging students with real life situations.

A ruota libera: una didattica sperimentale per la messa in rete di servizi socio-ecologici nel territorio di Napoli est

Maria Federica Palestino
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Stefano Cunto;Walter Molinaro;Cristina Visconti;Marilena Prisco
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Abstract

The global effects of climate change are making urgent to transform cities by downscaling climate responsive strategies and enhancing the contextual value of places through participatory visioning. Strengthening the "ability to aspire" of current societies means, accordingly, considering climate change as an opportunity to imagine collective solutions for the environmental transition. In Italy environmental policies still remain confined to the dimension of risk, and socio-ecological challenges have to be undertaken in order to overcome "green gentrification". The limit to this trend can be set by facing climate change under the frame of a more equitable distribution and contextualization of project responses, while vehiculating topics such as mitigation and adaptation to common citizens.The paper describes an innovative experimentation in the eastern Naples within the Climate Action Laboratory of the Federico II University. The focus is on how to turn climate responsive planning into measures to couple analytical/interpretative skills and transdisciplinary knowledge, bringing together university students and local stakeholders. The synergy between participatory research-action and service learning has allowed to develop a collective vision in which soft mobility and adaptation offer a lens to capture local needs and aspirations while engaging students with real life situations.
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