Re.LIGHT | Lights on Cultural Heritage Guided “rediscovery” of Cultural Heritage in the historic centre of Salerno
The CLIC team, in collaboration with associations and companies of the Salerno area, has organized the event Re.LIGHT | Lights on Cultural Heritage consisting in a “heritage walk”, an alternative guided tour within Luci d’ Artista 2019/2020 to rediscover and light up the abandoned, underused and reused historical-cultural places, for too long “darkened” in the consciousness of the citizens of Salerno, “bringing to light” the experiences of reuse and enhancement of the tangible and intangible cultural heritage that have started-up ‘culture-led’ urban regeneration processes.
Participation of CLIC project to the Ce.S.E.T. Conference “Sviluppo sostenibile, economia circolare. Processi e metodi di valutazione
On 12 and 13 December 2019, CLIC concepts were presented at the Conference organized by the Centre for the Study of Estimation and Territorial Economics (Ce.S.E.T.) of the University of Naples Federico II. The Conference focused on sustainable development, circular economy and circular city, discussed also in her presentation by Giulia Facelli, Policy Officer, Directorate General for Research & Innovation, European Commission.
Within the UN Climate Change Conference, Saša Dobričič, representative of the University of Nova Gorica, was invited as speaker to the panel “A European criminal court to protect the environment and the health of citizens: a proposal to change Europe”.
The fourth HIP meeting organized by the Municipality of Salerno, in collaboration with the research institute IRISS-CNR, was structured in two days to better respond to the needs of local stakeholders.
Between November 26 and 28, three members of the CLIC team actively contributed to the International LDE-Heritage conference “Heritage and the Sustainable Development Goals” in Delft, The Netherlands. Christian Ost and Nadia Pintossi, presented results of their researches on adaptive reuse of cultural heritage during the parallel sessions. Afterwards, Deniz Ikiz Kaya took part as a catalyst in the roundtable “Climate Change Adaptation of Cultural Heritage”. Similarly, Nadia Pintossi was a catalyst of the roundtable “Heritage and Environment”.
Circular governance between theory and practice Laboratory of Transdisciplinarity III (LabT)| H2020 Project CLIC
CLIC’s third Transdisciplinary Laboratory (LabT) took place on 21 November 2019 in Brussels. It was organized by ICHEC Brussels Management School which is leading on work package 3 Supporting circular governance through informed decision-making. This LabT discussed circular governance at all levels starting from the global level, investigating the regional, speculating on the city and finally examining it at the building level.
On 21 November, the 31st edition of Breakfast at Sustainability took place at the ICHEC Brussels Management School, hosting the second meeting of the Taskforce on “Circular Models for Cultural Heritage Adaptive Reuse in Cities and Regions”, stemmed from the CLIC project, sharing its overall objective and enlarging its scope to a wider community of innovators in cultural heritage.
November, 20th 2019 CLIC participated to the ILUCIDARE Playground “Cracking the future of heritage”, a one-day interactive networking event organized by the H2020 Project ILUCIDARE. The workshop, addressed to heritage professionals, researchers, innovators, policy makers, activists and volunteers, engaged participants in stimulating discussions leading to concrete policy actions.
Participation of CLIC project to the International Conference “Adaptive Re-use and Integrated Management of Disused Religious Cultural Heritage”
Prof. Christian Ost, from ICHEC Brussels Management School, participated via skype to the International Conference on “Adaptive Re-use and Integrated Management of Disused Religious Cultural Heritage”, organized and hosted by IRISS CNR.