Davide Geneletti participated to this seminar organized by DASTU, Politecnico di Milano, to discuss two key aspects for an effective integration of nature in urban planning: governance models and the recognition of nature as a stakeholder.
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During her PhD, Linda focused on the assessment of the cooling capacity of urban green infrastructures to support spatial planning. She is currently an Environmental expert for the United Nations Human Settlements Programme in South-East Africa.
Rocco’s research focused on system dynamics, ecosystem service modelling and climate adaptation at the regional scale. He is the co-founder of the start-up company -skopìa (https://www.skopia-anticipation.it/it/chi-siamo).
Mauro’s PhD research analyzed the effects of hydropower production on river biodiversity and ecosystem services. He is currently a researcher at the Department of Ecosystem Research of IGB in Berlin.
My PhD focuses on hydro-morphodynamics and related ecosystem services of near-natural river corridors and wetlands and their value in the Anthropocene. I conduct part of her research in the Vjosa basin, one of the last free flowing rivers of Europe, in the framework of an international cooperation project led by VIS, CELIM and CESVI. The aim of the project is to contribute to the sustainable development of the Albanian natural capital, by strengthening the capacity of local institutions in the management of natural protected areas
I conduct research on the economic evaluation of nature-based investments, and the use of multi-criteria decision-making methods, econometric models for supporting decisions by public-private stakeholders in the sustainable urban planning of the cities. Formerly intern at the Forestry Policy and Division of the Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO), visiting scholar at SUNY College in Syracuse (USA), expert for the European Commission.
My PhD research focuses on the cost-effectiveness of Nature-based Solutions for climate adaptation in the urban context.
I earned a bachelor’s degree in Business and Administration at the University of Florence and a master’s degree in Economy of the Environment, Culture and Territory at the University of Turin.
My main research interest is the evaluation of ecosystem services supplied by Nature-based Solutions in cities and its support to spatial planning. More specifically, with the research grant I’ve been assigned I’m conducting a detailed analysis of the benefits provided by community gardens in the city of Trento.
My PhD research focuses on the assessment of ecosystem services and discussing Nature-based Solutions for sustainable urban development. I am a visiting PhD student from Tianjin University, China, where I received a master’s degree in Landscape Architecture.
My research interests are about mapping and assessing ecosystem services and applying nature-based solutions in urban areas to support spatial planning. I’ve been assigned a research grant to collaborate within the SELINA project. I hold a MSc in environmental and land engineering from the University of Trento and a BSc in civil, construction and environmental engineering, with the latter as major from the University of Florence.
My research main goal is studying and developing new models of landscape analysis and assessment, integrating social, ecological and economic data through innovative spatial planning tools and policies. In particular, I am willing to dedicate my research career to sustainable landscape planning to fight ecosystems degradation. Currently, my research activity is part of the SELINA European project and consists of ecosystem services mapping and assessment. I recently graduated with an MSc in “Planning and management of agro-territorial, forest and landscape” at the University of Bologna and I have a BSc in Physics.
My PhD research focuses on the assessment of ecological security based on ecosystem services. I am good at landscape classification and analysis in grassland areas. I am a visiting PhD student from Inner Mongolia University, China, where I received a master’s degree in Ecology and bachelor’s degree in biology.
My current research activities are part of my PhD study on regulating ecosystem services in urban environments. My research focuses on mapping and assessing ecosystem services, especially on modelling flood regulation, local climate regulation and air quality in urban ecosystems. I received my BSc in Geography and MSc in Landscape Ecology and Natural Capital from Sofia University (Bulgaria).
I am a visiting PhD student from Çukurova University, TURKEY. I mainly research the integration of trade-off mechanisms between ecosystem services, land demand amounts, and land use decisions into planning processes. Nowadays, I continue my research by examining model examples that can provide maximum optimization among trade-off mechanisms.
A nature enthusiast at heart, I am a Biologist with a PhD in Environmental Engineering. For the past 10 years I have worked as a researcher at MARETEC/IST (Portugal) focusing on spatial assessments and economic valuation of ecosystem services to support planning and policy instruments. I have recently joined PLANES to work on the HorizonEU Project BioValue (https://biovalue-horizon.eu/), and my research focuses on designing, implementing, and analyzing frameworks for mapping and assessing ecosystem services to leverage transformative change in spatial policymaking and planning practices.
I am a PhD candidate at the University of Eastern Finland. My research focuses on the legal feasibility of urban nature-based solutions implementation across European cities. The main theme addressed by this PhD is climate change adaptation from the point of view of sustainable stormwater management and disaster risk reduction. I am interested in understanding the roles that the law plays in influencing urban climate resilience and analysing the main legal challenges that hinder nature-based solutions implementation and scaling-up within the European Union. I hold an LLM in Environmental Law and Sustainable Development from the University of the West of England.
I’m a sustainability scientist, specialized in urban and spatial planning, impact assessment, and environmental decision-making. Formerly research fellow at Harvard University’s Sustainability Science Program, and visiting scholar at Stanford University. I consulted for public bodies internationally, including UNEP, UN-HABITAT, and the European Commission.
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Based on a legal geography approach, I conduct research on the impact of planning regulations on urban development, transfer of development rights, and preservation of natural urban areas along with research on governance and approaches to public participation in planning. Formerly post-doc researcher at TU Delft and planning consultant for local planning authorities.
My research interests focus on the intersection between environmental justice and nature-based solutions in urban areas. Mainly, I aim to develop conceptual and methodological contributions that can support NbS planning based on the characteristics and realities of the most disadvantaged population groups. At PLANES, I’m also a full-time research assistant for the five-year European Research and Innovation project SELINA. I also hold an MSc in Ecosystem Services from the University of Edinburgh (Scotland) and a bachelor’s degree in Biology from the Autonomous Metropolitan University of Mexico.
My PhD research focuses on the planning tool of Transfer of Development Rights (TDR) and how it can support the implementation of Nature-based Solution and enhance the provision of ecosystem services in urban context.
I hold a BSc in Urban and Regional Planning from Politecnico di Torino and a MSc in Environmental and Landscape Planning from Università Iuav di Venezia.
My research focuses on the integration of ecological knowledge in spatial planning. I focus on methods, indicators, and innovative approaches to promote green infrastructure and nature-based solutions in planning practices and tools. Formerly Alexander-von-Humboldt research fellow at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, postdoc at Lund University, and expert for the European Commission. Past professional activity as planning consultant for public administrations.
I’m interested in operationalizing an ecosystem services approach in watershed management, focusing on the role of urban water infrastructures and the institutions involved in their management. More generally, I research methods for mapping and assessing ecosystem services to support landscape planning. Formerly, teaching assistant in water engineering and technical manager and consultant in the fields of building construction and oil & gas research.
I research the relations among Nature-Based Solutions (NBS), Ecosystem Services, and Urban Sustainability. Specifically, I study environmental and economic assessments of NBS making use of a systems dynamics approach. I hold academic degrees in Environmental Sciences, Architecture/Urbanism, and Landscape Ecology. In the past, I worked for a planning consultancy in the UK.
I research the link between nature-based solutions and sustainability to support the spatial planning of sustainable cities. I worked as a research fellow at the University of Trento, Italy, mapping and assessing the ecosystem services provided by the urban green infrastructure of the city of Havana, Cuba. I hold a Master of Science in Architecture and Construction Engineering from the University of Trento, Italy.
My research interests include sustainable urban and landscape development, especially regarding the topics of ecosystem services, urban metabolism, and circular economy. My current research activities focus on the planning of nature-based solutions in urban areas. I received my MSc in “Planning and Policies for Cities, Environment and Landscape” from the University IUAV of Venice.
His research focused on sustainable spatial planning. In particular, he was interested in the role of the ecosystem services to support the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals at different levels of planning. Currently, he is a researcher in the Spatial Planning Laboratory at the Catholic University of Temuco, Chile.
In his PhD, he developed approaches for the prioritization of forest restoration areas that safeguard the livelihoods of rural communities through a better provision of ecosystem services. He is currently an assistant professor within the Landscape Architecture and Spatial Planning Group at Wageningen University, The Netherlands.
His PhD research focused Spatial planning policies to integrate climate change adaptation at local level in India. Parveen is currently a post-doc researcher at the Environmental Research Institute, University College Cork
In her PhD, she developed methods to map and assess ecosystem services and their trade-offs in Alpine regions. Marika is currently with the Autonomous Province of Trento.