The effects of the climate change have led reduction of safety and livability, especially in coastal and delta river towns, consequently subject to the dynamics of the latter. In this context, the development of climatic and risk scenarios in the urban built area, can produce initiatives to limit risks, as well as could include urban strategic projects, in order to identify evolutionary scenarios that focus the relationship between environmental structure and urban project, identifying design alternatives and sequences that can develop a new forma Urbis, adaptive and more resilient, able to limit risks, keeping the economic activities, integrating in the landscape and in search of an order. The abstract proposes an adaptation process to the effects of climate change in waterfronts areas (Lisbon), through strategies, urban scenario projects and economic assessment models
Towards resilient climateproof towns: urban and territorial projects and strategies / Casu, Alessandra; Ricciardi, Guglielmo. - (2016), pp. 114-114. ((Intervento presentato al convegno SISC Annual conference "Climate challenges and solutions under the 2°C target" tenutosi a Cagliari nel 19-20/10/2016.