In recent years, various social conflicts arose in Europe around the defense of landscapes. In the same period, this kind of social conflict has spread in the Italian context, from North to South, with more than 400 cases occurred between local communities and central (and/or regional) Government (fig. 1) 2 . Analogous kinds of cases emerged in other European countries (e.g. in Holland against onshore wind projects), but in the Southern European context the conflicts assumed strong forms that involved the main social and political actors at different levels. In the Italian case, they have developed around not only environmental but also landscape and public health issues, articulating the stake of conflicts.

Postcolonial social conflicts and new perspectives on landscape as a common

TORRE, SALVATORE
2015

Abstract

In recent years, various social conflicts arose in Europe around the defense of landscapes. In the same period, this kind of social conflict has spread in the Italian context, from North to South, with more than 400 cases occurred between local communities and central (and/or regional) Government (fig. 1) 2 . Analogous kinds of cases emerged in other European countries (e.g. in Holland against onshore wind projects), but in the Southern European context the conflicts assumed strong forms that involved the main social and political actors at different levels. In the Italian case, they have developed around not only environmental but also landscape and public health issues, articulating the stake of conflicts.
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