An attempt to link phytomanagement, art and social involvement is presented. The “Remediation” Project started up from the search of sustainable solutions for the management of a riparian area in the city of Rome. With the participation of citizens, researchers carried out a preliminary survey on the presence of metals within the target ecosystem and a demonstrative experiment on phytoremediation. Several social and cultural events have been organized in connection with the scientific part of the project: a public debate, an art exposition, a performance and two workshops at the experimental field. The Project demonstrated that through art it is possible to raise curiosity on scientific issues; the participated survey on metal pollution highlighted the strict interconnection among environmental matrices (soil/ water/bioma) and thus the risk of contamination transfer; the demonstrative experiment, even if very basic in order to be easily approached by citizens, showed the great potential of Nature Based Solutions.

Nature Based Solutions on the river environment: an example of cross-disciplinary sustainable management, with local community active participation and visual art as science transfer tool / Conte, Andrea; Brunetti, Patrizia; Allevato, Enrica; Rita Stazi, Silvia; Antenozio, Maria Luisa; Passatore, Laura; Cardarelli, Maura. - In: JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT. - ISSN 1360-0559. - (2020), pp. 1-18. [10.1080/09640568.2020.1822306]

Nature Based Solutions on the river environment: an example of cross-disciplinary sustainable management, with local community active participation and visual art as science transfer tool

Patrizia Brunetti;Maria Luisa Antenozio;Maura Cardarelli.
2020

Abstract

An attempt to link phytomanagement, art and social involvement is presented. The “Remediation” Project started up from the search of sustainable solutions for the management of a riparian area in the city of Rome. With the participation of citizens, researchers carried out a preliminary survey on the presence of metals within the target ecosystem and a demonstrative experiment on phytoremediation. Several social and cultural events have been organized in connection with the scientific part of the project: a public debate, an art exposition, a performance and two workshops at the experimental field. The Project demonstrated that through art it is possible to raise curiosity on scientific issues; the participated survey on metal pollution highlighted the strict interconnection among environmental matrices (soil/ water/bioma) and thus the risk of contamination transfer; the demonstrative experiment, even if very basic in order to be easily approached by citizens, showed the great potential of Nature Based Solutions.
Nature Based Solutions; environmental art; citizen science; phytoremediation; art and science
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Nature Based Solutions on the river environment: an example of cross-disciplinary sustainable management, with local community active participation and visual art as science transfer tool / Conte, Andrea; Brunetti, Patrizia; Allevato, Enrica; Rita Stazi, Silvia; Antenozio, Maria Luisa; Passatore, Laura; Cardarelli, Maura. - In: JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT. - ISSN 1360-0559. - (2020), pp. 1-18. [10.1080/09640568.2020.1822306]
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