CLIC invites you to join the session ‘Re-Inventing Heritage for Sustainable Urban Regeneration’ taking place on 2 October as part of Mannheim2020.
Mannheim2020, the 9th edition of the European Conference on Sustainable Cities & Towns, is organised as a virtual event from 30 September to 2 October 2020. It will bring together local and regional leaders, European and international institutions and some of the brightest minds working on cutting edge research, businesses and the civil society to forge a more sustainable Europe.
September: times of new beginnings, good intentions, new projects. Regenerated by the summer vacations, we feel full of vitality, with an unbridled desire to give a turn in our life and launch into new adventures. Here CLIC takes the field coming back to you with an important announcement for innovators, startuppers and entrepreneurs working in the cultural heritage field!
Turning ideas into impact! This Combining the spirit of investing with the soul of philanthropy is what EVPA calls venture philanthropy, a modern and sustainable approach to combat today’s global challenges.
Do you want to discuss, co-create and network with hundreds of other European professionals in the impact field? Join the 16th EVPA Annual Conference online on 21-24 September!
What is the pitch and why is it so important? The pitch is the summary presentation of your activity, project, or company and its strengths. More than a simple introduction, the pitch is an opportunity to catch the attention in a powerful way by engaging the audience. The goal: your audience wants to know more as trust you!
“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”.
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.
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.
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
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”.