Beyond Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Interview of Dr. Gillian Foster

Beyond Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Interview of Dr. Gillian Foster

“Beyond Reduce, Reuse, Recycle”, is an interview of Dr. Gillian Foster of the Institute for Ecological Economics about circular economy and buildings. She is interviewed about her work and the award winning article “Circular economy strategies for adaptive reuse of cultural heritage buildings to reduce environmental impacts”.

HIP Peer Review virtual workshop and expert session on sustainable cultural heritage in Amsterdam

HIP Peer Review virtual workshop and expert session on sustainable cultural heritage in Amsterdam

On 6th May the fourth and last Peer Review meeting in the framework of the CLIC project will be on stage, with a completely different approach, not only because of the online format driven by the circumstances, but also due to its purpose.

A new approach for urban cultural heritage adaptive reuse projects: Circular Governance

A new approach for urban cultural heritage adaptive reuse projects: Circular Governance

More and more people are becoming familiar with the concept of circular economy – an economic system that aims to eliminate physical waste by redesigning, reusing and redirecting materials and products in consumption and production processes. But can the same circular concepts be applied to something less material, like governance? And, more specifically, can this approach help save and support cities’ cultural heritage assets? Based on ICLEI’s research as part of the CLIC project, it can – and should.

Extended deadline for Public Consultation for the adaptive reuse of Edifici Mondo in Salerno

Extended deadline for Public Consultation for the adaptive reuse of Edifici Mondo in Salerno

As CLIC team, we are really proud of your efforts and enthusiasm in sharing your ideas for the adaptive resue of the Edifici Mondo, in spite of these trying times we are all going through. Now more than ever, we invite you all to participate, reminding you that your cooperation is essential to awaken these sleeping giants and build together something good for the community of Salerno.

Circular economy strategies for adaptive reuse of cultural heritage buildings to reduce environmental impacts

Circular economy strategies for adaptive reuse of cultural heritage buildings to reduce environmental impacts

We are happy to announce that the article Circular economy strategies for adaptive reuse of cultural heritage buildings to reduce environmental impacts by Gillian Foster from CLIC Partner WU – Vienna University of Economics and Business, won the February 2020 Elsevier Atlas Award for “research that could significantly impact people’s lives around the world”.

Public Consultation for the adaptive reuse of Edifici Mondo in Salerno in the circular economy perspective

Public Consultation for the adaptive reuse of Edifici Mondo in Salerno in the circular economy perspective

The call is accessible on the website of the Municipality of Salerno and is aimed at collecting the ideas, needs and expectations of all categories of potential stakeholders, encouraging the greatest participation and recognising the intrinsic value of each contribution.

Urban Maestro Workshop#2 Design Environment: Setting up the Conditions that Enhance the Spatial Quality

Urban Maestro Workshop#2 Design Environment: Setting up the Conditions that Enhance the Spatial Quality

On 29 – 31 January, Ruba Saleh from ICHEC Brussels Management School will attend the second URBAN MAESTRO Workshop “Design Environment: Setting up the Conditions that Enhance the Spatial Quality”.

Re.LIGHT | Lights on Cultural Heritage  Guided “rediscovery” of Cultural Heritage in the historic centre of Salerno

Re.LIGHT | Lights on Cultural Heritage Guided “rediscovery” of Cultural Heritage in the historic centre of Salerno

The Horizon 2020 project CLIC in collaboration with associations and companies of the Salerno area, organizes the event GentleHacking: Re.LIGHT | Cultural Heritage in Light which provides an alternative guided tour in the context of Luci d’Artista 2019/2020.

Best of… cultural heritage adaptive reuse: CLIC Knowledge & Information Hub

Best of… cultural heritage adaptive reuse: CLIC Knowledge & Information Hub

The CLIC Knowledge and Information Hub platform provides a common space for researchers and practitioners to share and exchange knowledge about cultural heritage adaptive reuse, specifically in terms of “best practice”. Furthermore, it develops a pilot function based on requirements from the cities of Salerno, Rjieka, Amsterdam and Västra Götaland Region to showcase local reuse practices and “present” the abandoned heritage as assets/opportunities for adaptive reuse investments towards the implementation of a “circular city” model. The application in the four cities/territories, representing different geographic, historic, cultural and political contexts, is replicable in any other European (and not only European) city.

CLIC session at ILUCIDARE Playground: Intrinsic value of cultural heritage as driver for heritage-led entrepreneurship

CLIC session at ILUCIDARE Playground: Intrinsic value of cultural heritage as driver for heritage-led entrepreneurship

November, 20th 2019 CLIC will take part in the ILUCIDARE Playground “Cracking the future of heritage”, a one-day interactive networking event with more than 200 delegates which will explore the multifaceted contribution heritage makes to sustainable and inclusive societies to tackle societal challenges through innovation and to engage in multicultural dialogue.