ADAPTATION to climate change, as an assessment of the impacts that can threaten the urban fabric, the services provided to it, the economic development and the health of citizens, in view of actions to reduce potential damage and take advantage of the opportunities of the territory transformation.

PREVENTION through the development of effective early warning systems against current hazards and through urban redevelopment interventions with respect of the natural characteristics of the territory and its ecosystems.

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENTintended as a vision able to deal with a plurality of social, economic and natural aspects and aiming to improve both the quality of the urban environment and the well-being of citizens.

LOCAL URBAN AGENDA as a useful tool to repeat – at city local level – the framework to face the strictly relevant issues of the urbanized system, according to the priorities identified at an European and international level.

SECAP initiative (Sustainable Energy & Climate Action Plan), intended as an Operational Plan, to enact the commitments taken on the issues of energy transition and adaptation to climate changes.


GREEN asset is qualified by climate changes – including natural risks – and urban regeneration according to natural solutions, able to improve the quality of life of citizens and to make the urban landscape more pleasant.


The Administration’s task is to act as a player in local regulations and, at the same time, as a change promoter towards the other governance levels, proposing improvements to the regulatory framework in order to make it more consistent with the needs of a territory that has to deal more and more quickly with the impacts of change.


Research institutions are the logical partners of the GREEN asset. Knowing the benefits that an urban environment can obtain from a proper management of its eco-systemic services and from the development of new technologies, can help to make urban areas safer, healthier and more comfortable.