Disclosing Maritime Landscapes (i.e. D-mLand) investigates a possible effective strategy capable of improving Marine Protected Areas and their touristic attractiveness, while boosting the positive environmental impact on the Adriatic and Ionian basin ecosystems. The research grounds on the main reference-tool of the SPAMI protocol, which aims at promoting and enforcing the Specially Protected Areas of Mediterranean Importance. Shaped and inspired by these guidelines, the D-mLand strategy focuses on achieving around each existing or forthcoming SPAMI a new touristic cluster made by different satellites and, afterwards, on implementing several macro-regional networks among these clusters, to enable specific physical and thematic itineraries. As the touristic demand is changing and specific types of tourism are growing, proper systems able to arrange, control and manage new and increasing flows become necessary. The carrying capacity of each singular MPA is far from fulfil such requirements, and therefore needs to be somehow enhanced in a landscape perspective, in order to develop more integrated and coordinated approaches to support both conservation and tourism agendas.

Disclosing Maritime Landscapes

Emanueli, Luca
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Lobosco, Gianni
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2018

Abstract

Disclosing Maritime Landscapes (i.e. D-mLand) investigates a possible effective strategy capable of improving Marine Protected Areas and their touristic attractiveness, while boosting the positive environmental impact on the Adriatic and Ionian basin ecosystems. The research grounds on the main reference-tool of the SPAMI protocol, which aims at promoting and enforcing the Specially Protected Areas of Mediterranean Importance. Shaped and inspired by these guidelines, the D-mLand strategy focuses on achieving around each existing or forthcoming SPAMI a new touristic cluster made by different satellites and, afterwards, on implementing several macro-regional networks among these clusters, to enable specific physical and thematic itineraries. As the touristic demand is changing and specific types of tourism are growing, proper systems able to arrange, control and manage new and increasing flows become necessary. The carrying capacity of each singular MPA is far from fulfil such requirements, and therefore needs to be somehow enhanced in a landscape perspective, in order to develop more integrated and coordinated approaches to support both conservation and tourism agendas.
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Maritime, landscape, tourism, Adriatic, Ionian, macroregion
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