Topic:  Disaster prevention and resilience
The lack of coordination between government agencies, involvement of the collaboration networks existing in the community, and incorporation of spatial planning in the location of the new settlements around L'Aquila (Italy) after the 2009 earthquake has delayed reconstruction of the city centre. The displaced population was relocated to 19 new settlements. These new settlements are characterized by a lack of urban facilities. The aim of this paper was to analyze the relationship between urban facilities, collaboration networks and lack of spatial resilience in the recovery process in L'Aquila.
|Author / Editor:||Diana Contreras, Thomas Blaschke, Michael E. Hodgson||Order number:||n. a.|
|Publisher:||ScienceDirect||Download PDF:||> English (4.7 MB)|