Research topic D
Title: The other side of the green: environment, process risk and citizen engagement
Proposers: Guido Busca, Bruno Fabiano and Andrea Fabrizio Pirni
Curriculum: Risk and Resilience Engineering for the Natural, Industrialized and Built Environments
Description: The project proposal deals with the challenge of the Next Generation EU, for which a central role is played by: i) the adequate assessment of the impacts of new green technologies on process and personnel safety in industrial activities; ii) and the promotion of participatory processes with citizens to understand the new risk profile. Starting from the limitations of the common paradigm “Green is Safe”, the research aims to go beyond, on the one hand, by investigating the emerging industrial risks associated to the new green technologies and environmental sustainability and, on the other one, combining the technical aspects with the appropriate citizen engagement. Summarizing, main keywordsof the research are: Citizen engagement, Emerging process risk, Land-use planning, Participatory approach, Risk perception and communication.
Supporting company: glfc - Genova Liguria Film Commission
For more information please contact: Guido Busca, email@example.com ; Bruno Fabiano , firstname.lastname@example.org; Andrea Fabrizio Pirni , email@example.com
Link to the group or personal webpage:
· Guido Busca (2021) Production of gasolines and monocyclic aromatic hydrocarbons: From fossil raw materials to green processes, Energies, 14 (13), 4061.
· Markowski A.S., Kraslawsski A., Vairo T, Fabiano B (2021) Process safety management quality in industrial corporation for sustainable development, Sustainability, 13 (16), 9001.
· Luigi Pellizzoni (1999) Reflexive Modernization and Beyond: Knowledge and Value in the Politics of Environment and Technology Theory, culture & society, 1999-08, Vol.16 (4), p.99-125
· Beck Ulrich (2009) Critical Theory of World Risk Society: A Cosmopolitan Vision Constellations (Oxford, England), 2009-03, Vol.16 (1), p.3-22.