A smart mobility and living system for smart city and fragile territories regeneration based on permaculture and biomimicry

Gangemi Editore spa
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Conference Proceeding
2019, pp. 1238 - 1245
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"Understanding the logic of obtaining, managing and consuming local natural resources, "particularly plants, energy, water and food, and try to use and recycle every object without leaving a trace, is crucial for ensuring sustainability of human life and a key for the survival of territories. Permaculture (permanentͲagriculture), has an essential role to play in the conscious redesign of our fragile territories, (both rural, urban or suburban), designing and managing landscapes so they are able to satisfy population’s needs as food, water and energy and at the same time to preserve the resilience, wealth and stability of natural ecosystems. Through the principles of permaculture and circular economy, this pilot project is designed to establish new ecosystems defining best practices for safeguarding biodiversity, local knowͲhow and the sustainable use of natural resources in a way that fosters the economic, environmental and social reͲdevelopment of territories and cities in transition. It anticipates the accelerated release of technology beneficial to all life, focused on the provision of basic needs such as housing, water, food, energy, community, information and mobility. "
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