Today, June 19, 2019, a technical meeting of the Heritage Innovation Partnerships (HIPs) will be […]
On 17th June, CLIC takes part in the International Colloquium “Culture for the Future” organized […]
Is the Circular Economy able to transform the built environment in cities? This is the overarching question the CLIC project will deal with at the 18th Annual STS Conference Graz 2019 “Critical Issues in Science, Technology and Society Studies”.
At the third CLIC Historic Urban Landscape (HUL) workshop held in Rijeka (HR) on March 28th, the local, national, and international stakeholders identified barriers and associated solutions for adaptive reuse of cultural heritage at various levels.
The Mid-term Conference of the CLIC project (27 and 28 March) is meant to address the project goals and outcomes with a broad international audience, including national and international experts on the CLIC topics, as well as students, professionals, academics, politicians and stakeholders from Rijeka and Croatia.
CLIC took part in the 4th World Congress organized by the International Terraced Landscapes Alliance (ITLA).
The second Laboratory of Transdisciplinarity was held on 8th February, at the University College London. CLIC partners exchanged ideas and feedbacks on the state of art of the CLIC research.
UCL hosts a symposium on innovative finance for cultural heritage in the framework of EU funded project CLIC “Circular models leveraging investments in Cultural Heritage Adaptive Reuse”
XI Giornata di Studi INU INTERRUPTIONS, INTERSECTIONS, SHARINGS AND OVERLAPPINGS. New perspectives for the territory
INU Study Day is an annual scientific conference organized by the Italian Planning Institute (INU) in order to promote an international debate about the main planning issues and challenges.
The INU Special Session on CLIC, promoted by IRISS CNR, combined many relevant topics of the conference such as regeneration processes, reuse, landscape and cultural heritage as well as policies, tools and actors. In the Special Session, the CLIC circular approach to cultural heritage adaptive reuse was discussed in terms of background, aims, challenges and possible tools: community engagement procedures, evaluation tools, financial and business models and decision support systems.