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TERRITORIAL, URBAN, ENVIRONMENTAL AND LANDSCAPE PLANNING
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Planning in agenda: to understand and change the world

In October 2016, in Quito (Ecuador), the Habitat III New Urban Agenda of the United Nations has been approved.
Among the actions described in the "Quito Declaration on Sustainable Cities and Human Settlements for all" it is important to highlight the article 102: "We will strive to improve capacity for urban planning and design and providing training for urban planners at national, sub-national, and local levels". The article stresses the importance of training in the fields of urban, territorial, landscape and environmental planning.


Territorial, Urban, Environmental and Landscape Planning
The degree programme trains technicians with special competences on spatial planning that can collaborate on all activities related to territorial, urban, environmental and landscape planning.
Link to the video created by our students (Camilla Guadalupi and Andrea Mora, new editing by Lorenzo Attardo):
https://youtu.be/aQGXuq-4FSc
What does it mean to plan?

Planning regards the acquisition of competences to recognise and use specific resources towards certain goals rather than others.
It also refers to the adoption of the necessary tools and the definition of the actions that are needed to reach those goals.
We use many words to describe planning because there are many spaces that are affected by planning actions: territory, city, landscape, environment.


Drawing by Alberto Scolozzi, one of our students.