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È solo la punta dell’iceberg! Costi e ricavi del crocierismo a venezia

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  • Giuseppe Tattara

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Una vivace polemica agita le acque della laguna di Venezia. L’attracco di navi da crociera sempre più grandi e più numerose, rappresenta un costo o un beneficio per Venezia? Quanto dovrebbero essere disposti a sacrificare i residenti rispetto a quello che possono aspettarsi da questa forma di turismo? Questo lavoro studia l’impatto economico delle navi da crociera a Venezia. Se una nave porta o fa perdere soldi alla città dipende dalle spese dei passeggeri, degli equipaggi e delle compagnie in città ma anche dalle diseconomie esterne che si associano al traffico delle navi da crociera. Le gigantesche navi da crociera generano costi sociali e ambientali per la città derivanti da emissioni nell’atmosfera, dall’inquinamento delle acque, dall'effetto serra e tali costi sono, per la prima volta, stimati. L’evoluzione morfodinamica della laguna di Venezia è messa in pericolo dai profondi canali necessari per portare le navi alla Stazione Marittima, il porto storico di Venezia, che sorge a poche centinaia di metri dal centro storico della città.

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Article provided by FrancoAngeli Editore in its journal ECONOMIA E SOCIETÀ REGIONALE.

Volume (Year): 2013/3 (2013)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
Pages: 136-166

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Keywords: Turismo; navi da crociera; porto di Venezia; inquinamento dell’aria; inquinamento del mare; costi e benefici;

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