Riccardo Privitera
Riccardo Privitera
Assistant Professor, University of Catania (Italy)
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Agriculture and the city: A method for sustainable planning of new forms of agriculture in urban contexts
D La Rosa, L Barbarossa, R Privitera, F Martinico
Land use policy 41, 290-303, 2014
Characterization of non-urbanized areas for land-use planning of agricultural and green infrastructure in urban contexts
D La Rosa, R Privitera
Landscape and Urban Planning 109 (1), 94-106, 2013
Agricultural and green infrastructures: The role of non-urbanised areas for eco-sustainable planning in a metropolitan region
P La Greca, D La Rosa, F Martinico, R Privitera
Environmental Pollution 159 (8-9), 2193-2202, 2011
A planning framework to evaluate demands and preferences by different social groups for accessibility to urban greenspaces
D La Rosa, C Takatori, H Shimizu, R Privitera
Sustainable cities and society 36, 346-362, 2018
Assessing spatial benefits of urban regeneration programs in a highly vulnerable urban context: A case study in Catania, Italy
D La Rosa, R Privitera, L Barbarossa, P La Greca
Landscape and Urban Planning 157, 180-192, 2017
Towards lower carbon cities: Urban morphology contribution in climate change adaptation strategies
R Privitera, V Palermo, F Martinico, A Fichera, D La Rosa
European Planning Studies 26 (4), 812-837, 2018
The shading effects of Green Infrastructure in private residential areas: Building Performance Simulation to support urban planning
M Palme, R Privitera, D La Rosa
Energy and Buildings 229, 110531, 2020
Green oriented urban development for urban ecosystem services provision in a medium sized city in southern Italy
F Martinico, D La Rosa, R Privitera
iForest-Biogeosciences and Forestry 7 (6), 385, 2014
Measures of safeguard and rehabilitation for landscape protection planning: A qualitative approach based on diversity indicators
D La Rosa, R Privitera, F Martinico, P La Greca
Journal of environmental management 127, S73-S83, 2013
Reducing seismic vulnerability and energy demand of cities through green infrastructure
R Privitera, D La Rosa
Sustainability 10 (8), 2591, 2018
Springer: Cham
D La Rosa, R Privitera
Switzerland, 2021
Green infrastructure to reduce the energy demand of cities
R Privitera, G Evola, D La Rosa, V Costanzo
Urban Microclimate Modelling for Comfort and Energy Studies, 485-503, 2021
Evaluating the potential energy savings of an urban Green Infrastructure through environmental simulation
M Palme, D La Rosa, R Privitera, G Chiesa
Proceedings of Building Simulation 2019 Conference, IBPSA. https://doi. org …, 2019
Insediamenti irregolari e rischi territoriali lungo i litorali del Val di Noto. Percorsi di progetto per la città costiera resiliente
L Barbarossa, F Martinico, R Privitera
Atti della XIX Conferenza Nazionale SIU “Cambiamenti Responsabilità e …, 2016
Making a governable, value-able nature: calculative practices and eco-system services
J Henneberry, J Ma, R Privitera
Naturally Challenged: Contested Perceptions and Practices in Urban Green …, 2020
From land use to land cover: Evapotranspiration assessment in a metropolitan region
P La Greca, D La Rosa, F Martinico, R Privitera
Informatica e Pianificazione Urbana e Territoriale. Conference 2010 …, 2010
Campagne e Metropoli: fra protezione agricola e perequazione urbanistica nei territori della dispersione insediativa
R Privitera
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform: Scotts Valley, CA, USA, 2016
Le città del sud Italia come nuove greencities. Una sfida possibile?
L Barbarossa, P La Greca, D La Rosa, R Privitera
Atti della XVII Conferenza Nazionale Società Italiana degli Urbanisti, L …, 2014
Innovation in urban and regional planning
D La Rosa, R Privitera
Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering, Proceeding; La Rosa, D., Privitera, R., Eds, 2021
Green infrastructure and private property: the crucial relationship for the sustainable future of cities
D La Rosa, R Privitera
Computational Science and Its Applications–ICCSA 2020: 20th International …, 2020
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