As urbanisation becomes a mega-trend , overpopulation and increasing needs of natural resources, alongside with land use and Climate Change, are accountable as the primary drivers for loss of biodiversity and alteration of ecosystems . Urban nature might be a solution to some of Climate Change effects but there still is a growing need to mainstream the concept in political and cultural local values for green-oriented solutions to be accepted. The study of a bottom-up initiative to co-design a regeneration plan at the neighborhood level has shown that the limit for this to be achieved seems to be the politicization of the concepts of sustainability to push forward different social motions which are not primarily focused on ecology, environment and well-being
Challenge of a community's path from grey to green / Fratini, Fabiola; BERNABO' SILORATA, Ambra; Lisi, Michela. - (2020). (Intervento presentato al convegno Ersa Conference 25-25 August 2020 tenutosi a webinar).