Circular models Leveraging Investments in Cultural heritage adaptive reuse

Circular models Leveraging Investments
in Cultural heritage adaptive reuse

About CLIC Project

CLIC develops, tests and validates innovative “circular” business, financing and governance models to place cultural heritage and historical urban landscapes adaptive reuse at the forefront for the implementation of a European model of circular economy and circular city-region centered on the regeneration of cultural and natural capital.

Approach

The CLIC project applies the circular economy principles to cultural heritage adaptive reuse for achieving environmentally, socially, culturally and economically sustainable urban/territorial development. Adaptive reuse of cultural heritage is seen as a mean to circularize the flows of raw-materials, energy, cultural capital as well as social capital. The circular paradigm is assumed in the project not only for the economic growth but also for promoting human development.

Methodology

The CLIC project adopts a trans-disciplinary and systemic approach that integrates technology, business models and economic organisation, finance, governance and regulations as well as skills and social innovation, framed in the perspective of the circular economy as possible model for a more inclusive, resilient and sustainable development. The project combines traditional knowledge with scientific knowledge, developing multistakeholder win-win business, financing and governance models, inclusive planning and decision-making.

Background

Cultural heritage/landscape is recognized by the European Union as a key economic resource in the global competition. The CLIC project is theoretically and practically interrelated to the international research, policy orientation and innovation activities on the role and impacts of cultural heritage/landscape for sustainable local development. The circular economy approach opens innovative solutions attentive to conservation of cultural/natural resources, to local production loops, local circuits of value production.

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News & Events

Knowledge Exchange Platform on Cultural Heritage Peer-to-peer Event

Knowledge Exchange Platform on Cultural Heritage Peer-to-peer Event

Friday, December 7, the City of Morazzone, in the province of Varese (Italy), will host the  Peer-to-peer Event Knowledge Exchange Platform on Cultural Heritage.
#EuropeForCulture conference: closing of the European Year of Cultural Heritage

#EuropeForCulture conference: closing of the European Year of Cultural Heritage

On 6 and 7 December, heritage professionals and policy makers will meet in Vienna to close the programme of the year. The #EuropeForCulture event will include discussions of past activities, but it will mainly look forward to strategies for cementing the year's achievements.
International Historic Urban Landscape workshop in Salerno

International Historic Urban Landscape workshop in Salerno

From 26 to 29 November, the Municipality of Salerno will host the second International Historic Urban Landscape workshop, a four-day session of the CLIC project.
Fair of European Innovators in Cultural  Heritage

Fair of European Innovators in Cultural Heritage

Organised by the European Commission as a key event of 2018 European Year of Cultural Heritage, the "Fair of European Innovators in Cultural Heritage" will take place on 15-16 November 2018 in Brussels.
Internship programme: A focus on perceptions mapping.

Internship programme: A focus on perceptions mapping.

Under the framework of H2020 research project CLIC, ICHEC welcomed four masters students to undertake their internship programme at ICHEC and abroad.
Survey on best practices on the adaptive reuse

Survey on best practices on the adaptive reuse

Within the CLIC project, WP1 deals with identifying the best practices on the adaptive reuse of cultural heritage. For this reason, a survey platform is developed and launched by TU/e with the help of Facility Live and CNR-IRISS. This first level survey aims to enable European Cities to supply their best practices and their necessary associated data.
Heritage Innovation Partnerships (HIPs) sessions

Heritage Innovation Partnerships (HIPs) sessions

The process for Heritage Innovation Partnerships (HIPs) has been launched! A first local meeting in Gothenburg (19 September 2018) – organised by Västra Götaland Region and Uppsala University, ICLEI, ICHEC, – started the entire dialogues’ sessions.
Circular Business Models seminar at CNR IRISS

Circular Business Models seminar at CNR IRISS

On Tuesday, September 18, a Seminar on Circular Business Models has been held at the CNR IRISS with Dr. Roberta De Angelis, research fellow at the University of Exeter (University of Exeter Business School).