Assessing Sustainability and Organizational Innovation of Urban Regeneration Projects: Best Practices and Guidelines from the Apulia Region
Alessandra Ricciardelli, Nicola Raimo, 3031202015, 978-3031202018, 9783031202018, B0BPQG2QDG, 303120199X, 978-3031201998, 9783031201998, 978-3-031-20199-8, 978-3-031-20200-1
This book offers the first comprehensive report on the topic of organizational innovation and sustainability of urban regeneration from the public manager's perspective. Starting from a rich set of case studies on urban regeneration from the region of Apulia, in Italy, it develops a framework for measuring their sustainability performance. It proposes the use of indicators related to different aspects of the urban regeneration process, including the participations of stakeholders; land use and buildings; economy and jobs; transportation; environmental pollution; energy use; waste management; as well as open spaces and wildlife. This book offers extensive information to graduate students and researchers, and to authorities, developers, investors and stakeholders alike, involved in the design, planning and management, and sustainable development of urban spaces. It is expected to foster a better understanding of the level of organizational innovation and sustainability of urban regeneration projects and the role of governing bodies in their implementation.