The planning of a "sustainable" development path for urban areas is a challenge both difficult and promising at the same time. In fact, heavily anthropized areas present the highest environmental and social criticalities and, nevertheless, are an ever-coveted source of opportunities and well-being. The book collects contributions on evaluation models in decision-making processes for the construction of circular urban systems in the digital era, with particular attention to the improvement of social and individual well-being.

Preface: At the Origin of Circularity

D'alpaos C.
Membro del Collaboration Group
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Rosato P.
Membro del Collaboration Group
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2022

Abstract

The planning of a "sustainable" development path for urban areas is a challenge both difficult and promising at the same time. In fact, heavily anthropized areas present the highest environmental and social criticalities and, nevertheless, are an ever-coveted source of opportunities and well-being. The book collects contributions on evaluation models in decision-making processes for the construction of circular urban systems in the digital era, with particular attention to the improvement of social and individual well-being.
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