The “Handbook of good practices and guidelines for the correct enjoyment and management of natural habitats in the beach system“, planned as part of the project actions (action E9), came into being with the intention of providing the basic indications necessary to find guidance on a particularly complex issue as that of the coastal strip, the management of which requires different types of skills, legal-regulatory, technical and environmental.
It does not therefore aim to be a “technical handbook” setting out definitions, rules and/or solutions, for which reference should be made to specialist texts for a more in-depth treatment. It aims instead to represent an opportunity for reflection by administrators and users, all of whom have the chance, through their conduct, to positively or negatively impact on the “beach system”.
It is in fact important to bear in mind that beaches represent an environmental asset of inestimable value, an asset belonging to all, and it is with that awareness that it should be viewed and enjoyed.
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