How we intervene
The general objective is to build and strengthen knowledge on urban sustainability, recycling, circular economy and possible actions for adaptation to climate change for the communities settled in the southern suburbs of Reggio Calabria as main actors of change for the agile and sustainable "future city".
The capacity building tactics adopted are necessary to raise community awareness of the importance of circular processes and the adoption of good practices with reference to SDG 11, 12, 13 of Agenda 2030.
The South Suburbs of Reggio Calabria with its 40,000 inhabitants represents a case study of great interest for the application of the design theses triggered by the production scenario of the "regenerative city".
It is a suburbs highly compromised by the impact of widespread construction, road networks, the overlap between public and private, environmental degradation and decorum in marginal areas, its direct loss with the seafront, its coexistence with the industrial and productive area, its non-rational vehicular mobility, its unfinished pedestrian and cycle mobility. But it is an area with strong potential in terms of quality of life. [C. Nava, Dossier SAD, 2017]. With the course "Sustainability and Innovation of the Project - SID" by Prof. Consuelo Nava (dArTe-Unirc), an experimentation for regenerative actions in the southern suburbs was started with the students and the association Pensando Meridiano. It is possible to consult on the "open map" below which places have been involved in the projects of the SAD Workshop of the SID course (to learn more, here)
KvsCC in Covid-19
In this time of emergency from covid-19, like many, we are forced to stay at home. Also in this moment, with a great spirit of "resilience and adaptation", we have continued to transfer knowledge on the project's themes, deepening the relationship between climate and the spread of new coronavirus contagion through the web and social platform (facebook), thanks to the commitment of the project team and the young people already involved in the activities, but we also felt the need, with the possible resources that could be activated, to support initiatives of digital and innovative "solidarity".