Despite numerous studies on urban resilience, few practical applications of spatial explicit and quantitative resilience indicators in green infrastructure planning are present in literature. This paper presents a methodological framework to assess the hydrological resilience of an urban context employing modelling approach. The proposed resilience index is then used to support the definition of nature-based and engineered solutions aimed to increase resilience to floods as well as to enhance the green infrastructure multi-functionality in a densely populated district of Bari. The paper aims then to contribute to the introduction of resilience assessment and sustainable storm water management in practice urban planning in a context of climate adaptation plans.

Reducing urban entropy employing nature-based solutions: The case of urban stormwater management

Leone A.
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2018

Abstract

Despite numerous studies on urban resilience, few practical applications of spatial explicit and quantitative resilience indicators in green infrastructure planning are present in literature. This paper presents a methodological framework to assess the hydrological resilience of an urban context employing modelling approach. The proposed resilience index is then used to support the definition of nature-based and engineered solutions aimed to increase resilience to floods as well as to enhance the green infrastructure multi-functionality in a densely populated district of Bari. The paper aims then to contribute to the introduction of resilience assessment and sustainable storm water management in practice urban planning in a context of climate adaptation plans.
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