This research study represents one of the first attempts to measure the environmental impact of the cultural events (theatrical and festival) in order to evaluate the risks for formulating better policy. It is important to underline that this sector, which is not considered responsible in having a direct influence on the environment, has on the contrary a substantial ecological impact as other sectors, like services and commodity’s manufacturing. In this paper the impact both of theatrical and festivals events in Apulia region, through the tool of the I-O (input/output) Ecological Footprint Analysis (EFA), has been carried out.

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT FOR CULTURAL EVENTS: CASE STUDY FROM APULIA REGION, ITALY

LAGIOIA, Giovanni;GALLUCCI, TEODORO;
2010

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This research study represents one of the first attempts to measure the environmental impact of the cultural events (theatrical and festival) in order to evaluate the risks for formulating better policy. It is important to underline that this sector, which is not considered responsible in having a direct influence on the environment, has on the contrary a substantial ecological impact as other sectors, like services and commodity’s manufacturing. In this paper the impact both of theatrical and festivals events in Apulia region, through the tool of the I-O (input/output) Ecological Footprint Analysis (EFA), has been carried out.
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