The Marche Apennine area undergone a process of marginalisation and progressive depopulation, which caused a completely inadequate use and protection of the territory. A context in which to the socio-economic critical issues, highlighted by the National Strategy for Inner Areas in these marginal areas, were superimposed the environmental fragilities that emerged after the earthquake. The great majority of the populations who reside there, many people over 65, that despite the great and serious discomfort experienced so far, have not moved away from their own origin territories. The choice of creating temporary settlements, Sae, Emergency Housing Solutions (a complex operation in these mountains), was designed to save the local community. In this complicated framework, the pandemic emergency had a quite minor impact compared to the urban areas along the Adriatic coast. Why this discrepancy between the two contexts? The paper investigates the components of the socio-cultural and urban systems, which have generated this “advantageous” condition in the inner areas. It also investigates the planning of post-earthquake reconstruction and the recovery and development strategies. The strategies post earthquake can to search: new building and territorial forms, new structural and functional relationships. Resilience and sustainability can to activate longlasting development trajectories for restoring better landscapes and stronger communities.

Pianificare la ricostruzione per rigenerare le aree interne dell’appennino

Luca Domenella
Primo
;
Giovanni Marinelli
Penultimo
;
Francesco Rotondo
Ultimo
2022-01-01

Abstract

The Marche Apennine area undergone a process of marginalisation and progressive depopulation, which caused a completely inadequate use and protection of the territory. A context in which to the socio-economic critical issues, highlighted by the National Strategy for Inner Areas in these marginal areas, were superimposed the environmental fragilities that emerged after the earthquake. The great majority of the populations who reside there, many people over 65, that despite the great and serious discomfort experienced so far, have not moved away from their own origin territories. The choice of creating temporary settlements, Sae, Emergency Housing Solutions (a complex operation in these mountains), was designed to save the local community. In this complicated framework, the pandemic emergency had a quite minor impact compared to the urban areas along the Adriatic coast. Why this discrepancy between the two contexts? The paper investigates the components of the socio-cultural and urban systems, which have generated this “advantageous” condition in the inner areas. It also investigates the planning of post-earthquake reconstruction and the recovery and development strategies. The strategies post earthquake can to search: new building and territorial forms, new structural and functional relationships. Resilience and sustainability can to activate longlasting development trajectories for restoring better landscapes and stronger communities.
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