International Conference on “Adaptive reuse and integrated management of dismissed religious cultural heritage”
Thursday, November 7 the Institute for Research on Innovation and Services for Development of the National Research Council of Italy will host the International Conference on “Adaptive reuse and integrated management of dismissed religious cultural heritage”.
On 16th and 17th October, Gillian Foster, researcher at the Institute for Ecological Economics of Vienna University of Economics and Business, will attend the 19th European Roundtable for Sustainable Consumption and Production (ERSCP), “Circular Europe for Sustainability: Design, Production and Consumption”, taking place this time in Barcelona.
The HIPs Stakeholders’ Permanent Lab has been recently launched in Salerno thanks to the collaboration between of Municipality of Salerno and its research partner, CNR-IRISS, who welcomed the explicit request of a number of CLIC project stakeholders to stimulate closer and continuous collaboration between the various stakeholders in the Heritage Innovation Partnerships and with the project team, by collecting, sharing and analysing proposals for action for the definition of the Local Action Plan.
During the poster session, a representative of the Polish CLIC team, Bartosz Ślosarski, presented recent results of the team’s research on the quality of life indicators and the representation of basic human values in major quality of life indexes.
Transformation of industrial environments can be a driving force for regional development and new companies if a more circular and cross sectoral approach can be implemented.
From the experience of HIPs Salerno, a close collaboration and synergy with Giardino della Minerva has been developed, which in turn, thanks to the thrust of CLIC project, is pursuing the idea of a European network of historic botanic therapeutic gardens – with others located in Cordoba (Spain), Uppsala (Sweden) and Kos (Greece) – aimed at enhancing the cultural value of Salernitan School of Medicine through a Heritage-led innovation and entrepreneurial approach.
In 2018, CLIC has been formally included in the Strategic Planning Document of the Municipality of Salerno, foreseeing funding to some Cultural Heritage sites mapped by CLIC researchers as abandoned/underused, in synergy with local stakeholders
OpenLivingLab Days (OLLD) is the annual gathering of the global Living Lab community. This year it takes place from 3 to 5 September 2019 at the Concert Hall M2 in Thessaloniki (Greece).
On Monday 29 July in Salerno, the public presentation of the “Coopstartup Regeneriamo comunità” will be hosted in Morticellichurch
Workshop “The adaptive re-use of our built heritage for a greener Europe” – Brussels, 9 October 2019
On 9 October 2019, in Brussels, it will be held a workshop on “The adaptive re-use of our built heritage for a greener Europe” promoted by the Architects Council of Europe (ACE) in the context of the “European Week of Regions and Cities” that will take place from 7 to 10 October.