European Cultural Heritage Green Paper “Putting Europe’s shared heritage at the heart of the European Green Deal”
CLIC researchers Antonia Gravagnuolo (CNR IRISS) and Jermina Stanojev (Uppsala University) contributed as expert members to the European Cultural Heritage Green Paper, a much needed initiative on the role of cultural heritage for the implementation of the European Green Deal (EGD), coordinated by ICOMOS and Europa Nostra. The European Cultural Heritage Green Paper highlights the multiple ways in which cultural heritage can contribute to the implementation of the European Green Deal, focusing on the circular economy approach in cultural heritage adaptive reuse.
From 25th to 27th November, the CLIC Startup Competition took place as an online event marking the final step of an intensive work of the CLIC team to design and develop a capacity-building programme addressed to early-stage startups, informal teams and talented innovators working on a business idea for the adaptive reuse and enhancement of cultural heritage according to the circular economy model.
Culture x Climate 2020 Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States Regional Climate Heritage Forum
Climate change is one of the most significant threats to people and their cultural heritage worldwide. Cultural heritage, in turn, offers immense potential to drive climate action and support a just transition to a low carbon, climate resilient future. This is why in the European Green Deal (EGD), one of the planet’s most ambitious plans to tackle the climate change, cultural heritage have an essential role, as they both need each other to succeed.
35th Breakfast@Sustainability’s Cultural and Natural Heritage for regional Smart Specialisation Strategies (RIS3)
What is Smart Specialisation and how does it contribute to sustainable regional development in Europe? What is the status of Research & Innovation Strategies for Smart Specialisation (RIS3) and to what extent do they integrate cultural and natural resources? The 35th Breakfast at Sustainability’s brings together representatives of EU institutions, cultural experts, regional officers and rural stakeholders, to discuss the unexplored potential of combining Smart Specialisation with Cultural & Natural Heritage (CNH).
In this challenging period we’re all in need of as much good news as we can get: here are some exciting for all the innovators, startuppers and wannabe startuppers applying to the CLIC Startup Competition! The CLIC team has worked behind the scenes and finally is pleased to announce new special prizes for selected finalists to the CLIC Startup Competition.
The CLIC project is more than happy to participate in the Open Knowledge Week “Cultural Heritage Leading Urban Futures”, a virtual conference for city officers, policy-makers, urban researchers, cultural actors and civic changemakers.
The CLIC Startup Competition turned as an entirely virtual event to ensure the safest and broadest participation for all. Don’t forget that the deadline for submissions has been extended up to 6th November in order to give as many innovators and startups as possible the opportunity to participate and join the initiative.
Get inspired and find out more about opportunities for participants Watch CLIC Startup competition online presentation
Did you miss CLIC Startup Competition online presentation on October 5? There’s no need to panic… Watch the video at your own pace! Get inspired and find out more about opportunities for participants. Flood us with your ideas: we don’t ask for better!
The most promising startups will benefit from the support by Enterprise Europe Network (EEN), the world’s largest support network for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) with international ambitions. Active in more than 60 countries worldwide, EEN helps companies innovate and grow on an international scale.
“Kultur-Token” Sustainable Business Model: Visualizing, Tokenizing, and Rewarding Mobility Behavior in Vienna, Austria
Gillian Foster of the WU Institute for Ecological Economics and colleagues Maddalena Lamura and Jakob Hackel of the WU Research Institute for Cryptoeconomics published a new report on the Vienna Kultur-Token app.