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Amenta, L. (author), van Timmeren, A. (author)
In this chapter, the understanding of circularity goes beyond material resource management, deepening the spatial implications of a more circular management and use of wastescapes, investigated at the urban and metropolitan scale. Besides the health (care) related challenges presented by the current outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic,...
book chapter 2022
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Castigliano, Marica (author), De Martino, P. (author), Amenta, L. (author), Russo, Michelangelo (author)
Port cities and metropolitan port territories are experiencing a profound transition as a consequence of radical spatial and governance changes mainly led by logistics’ dynamics. Contemporary spaces between ports and cities have often become a collage of wastescapes: marginal territories resulting from the current uneven growth of port cities....
review 2020
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Amenta, L. (author), Qu, L. (author)
This paper aims to demonstrate how ‘research by design,’ which is an approach bridging research, design, and planning, can help unpack the complexity of today’s metropolitan challenges by considering the resource flows and processes that were omitted by traditional ways of planning. This is crucial for circular developments. By reporting the...
journal article 2020
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Amenta, L. (author), Attademo, Anna (author), Remøy, H.T. (author), Berruti, Gilda (author), Cerreta, Maria (author), Formato, Enrico (author), Palestino, Maria Federica (author), Russo, Michelangelo (author)
Resource consumption and related waste production are still rapidly increasing all over the world, leading to social and environmental challenges and to the production of the so-called ‘wastescapes’. Peri-urban areas—in-between urban and rural territories—are particularly vulnerable and prone to develop into wastescapes because they are...
journal article 2019
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Dabrowski, M.M. (author), Varju, Viktor (author), Amenta, L. (author)
“Learning from abroad” is a widely recognised and used means to innovate and improve strategies and policies implemented by regions and cities. However, literature on knowledge transfer and related concepts, such as policy transfer, policy mobility or lesson-drawing, highlights the limitations of this process, especially when it entails the...
journal article 2019
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Amenta, L. (author), van Timmeren, A. (author)
Wastescapes are the result of unsustainable linear growth processes and their spatial consequences within the context of urban metabolic flows and related infrastructure. They represent the operational infrastructure for waste management and include Drosscapes, generating complex relations with the servicing and surrounding territory. In...
journal article 2018
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Geldermans, Bob (author), Wandl, Alex (author), Steenmeijer, M.A. (author), Furlan, C. (author), Streefland, Tamara (author), Formato, Enrico (author), Cerreta, Maria (author), Amenta, L. (author), Varju, Viktor (author), Inglese, Pasquale (author), Iodice, Silvia (author), Berruti, Gilda (author), Varju, Viktor (author), Grünhut, Zoltan (author), Bodor, Akos (author), Lovász, Virág (author), Moticska, Zsombor (author), Tonini, Davide (author), Taelman, Sue Ellen (author)
Deliverable 3.3 of Work Package 3 concerns an integrated analysis of the two pilot case studies within the REPAiR project, Amsterdam and Naples, from the vantage point of waste production and processing, and the transition to circular societies. It comprises spatial, social and material flow analyses of the two pilot cases, whilst testing an...
report 2018
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Amenta, L. (author), De Martino, P. (author)
Ports have historically followed a linear model of growth. Formation, expansion,<br/>reallocation, abandonment, and redevelopments are just some of the steps that are followed over time by ports from all over the world. Circularity – a goal that both ports and cities hope to achieve in the near future – is not a new topic anymore. Although the...
review 2018
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Geldermans, Bob (author), Bellstedt, C.H. (author), Formato, E. (author), Varju, Viktor (author), Grünhut, Z (author), Cerreta, Maria (author), Amenta, L. (author), Inglese, Pasquale (author), van der Leer, J.G.G. (author), Wandl, Alex (author)
dealing with the linkages between sociocultural features and social sensitiveness about general environmental issues, and particularly about waste and resource management. Task 3.3 has a multilevel scope: secondary sociocultural inquiries are focusing on national level specificities, while the primer sociocultural stage of the research and the...
report 2017
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Cerić, Dennis (author), Amenta, L. (author), Attademo, Anna (author)
The Detailed Dissemination Plan and Dissemination Kit is a strategic document for the beneficiaries helping them to establish the bases for their dissemination activities. It is a more detailed version of the Basic Dissemination Plan and Corporate Identity, deliverables of the REPAiR project D 8.3 and D 8.1,<br/>respectively. The general...
report 2017
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Amenta, L. (author), Attademo, Anna (author)
report 2016
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Amenta, L. (author), Formato, E. (author)
The Campania Region, in the South of Italy, is a territory where numerous Wasted Landscapes (WL) are recognisable, as the result of serious social<br/>and governmental problems.<br/>Through the last decades, many factors have been overlapping in this complex palimpsest: illegal developments and the measures to legitimize<br/>them can be...
conference paper 2016
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