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Mattia Bertin

Research Associate


Mattia Bertin is a researcher in the field of urban planning and is mainly concerned with complex urban issues, linked to climate change, disaster and marginality. He is interested in, and has dealt with in several publications in class A, the issues of reducing risks and territorial tensions, always in relation to climate change in progress. He has a decade of direct experience in managing urban systems after a disaster, with several projects of participatory regeneration of impoverished residential areas. He carries out research and action activities on the themes of adaptation to climate change with particular attention to the multi-sector effects of adaptation planning. He is working since years in the realization of projects of requalification of marginalized areas and perceived as unsafe or unattractive, in Italy and abroad. He has competence and experience in research fundraising by private, public-private and community funding for socio-territorial interventions at municipal or neighbourhood level, and in the activation of the private sector and associations as tools for the management of interventions, both as a tool for cost containment and as a driving force for social promotion. He advises local authorities on emergency planning and teaches these processes at the IUAV University of Venice, at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid and at the Master in Public Administration at Ca' Foscari. He also collaborates with national journals as L'Espresso, JacobinItalia and PLaNCK for the scientific dissemination on emergency issues.

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