The activity carried out in the frame of Alternanza Scuola Lavoro (ASL) training course, between the Institute of Marine Sciences of the National Research Council (ISMAR-CNR) in Naples, and Liceo Scientifico Galileo Galilei in Naples, was focused on issues related to the sea resource. After an accurate bibliographic research, aimed to the deepening of basic concepts on the components and dynamics of the Earth and Sea System Sciences, and practical activities (laboratory and field), carried out in collaboration with the researchers of ISMAR, the student was trained in a critical reading of the territory in terms of landscape forms, with particular attention to the geological definitions of Hazard, Risk and therefore Resilience. Technical sheets were elaborated, comparing the Neapolitan landscape of the marine-coastal environment, as portraited in the pictorial works of Vedutismo (’700 – ’800), with the current one, mostly modified by the anthropic pressure on the territory. The aim of the work was to raise awareness of the “consciences” on the protection and safeguarding of the marine territory. The experience conducted with the scholars has shown that the understanding and enhancement of the Neapolitan Landscape in scientific terms, represents a cultural heritage and can have broad and interesting implications in terms of sustainable economic development, as reported by the Convention European Landscape.
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