Second CLIC Heritage Innovation Partnerships in Salerno
After the first successful experience, now it’s time for the second round of CLIC Heritage Innovation Partnerships, which will be held in Salerno on February, 27. This will be the occasion to discuss in detail on the governance of cultural heritage adaptive reuse projects. The Municipality of Salerno and CNR IRISS organize a stakeholders’ workshop to identify the most effective methods and criteria through which new uses of cultural heritage can be identified, in line with the principles of circular economy.
Prof. Luigi Fusco Girard, Scientific Coordinator of the project, will introduce the circular city model. Then Daniela Buonanno (Department of Urban Planning and Common Goods, Municipality of Naples) will talk about the re-activation of “sleeping giants” for sustainable urban development, presenting the experience of co-design for the definition of a Local Action Plan for the former Military Hospital of Naples in the context of the European project “URBACT:2nd Chance”. Giuseppe Sottile (Banca Etica) will illustrate the initiatives of Banca Etica to support virtuous projects able to generate positive social impacts and the selection criteria of the projects themselves. The CNR IRISS Institute will share the first results of the mapping of abandoned cultural heritage in the city of Salerno, leading the workshop on the topic of governance in adaptive reuse projects.