CLIC participation at 35th Breakfast@Sustainability’s on Cultural and Natural Heritage for regional Smart Specialisation Strategies (RIS3)
On 17 November 2020, ICLEI Europe hosted the 35th Breakfast at Sustainability’s, focusing on Cultural & Natural Heritage for regional Smart Specialisation Strategies (RIS3). The online event was organised in the context of RURITAGE, a Horizon2020 project that turns rural areas into laboratories to demonstrate Cultural & Natural Heritage as an engine of regeneration.
The last week of October 2020, the H2020 project ROCK held its Final Conference, organised by ICLEI Europe, in cooperation with the City of Bologna and the University of Bologna. The Open Knowledge Week “Cultural Heritage Leading Urban Futures” gathered city officers, policy-makers, urban researchers, cultural actors and civic changemakers for a programme reflecting on can cultural heritage be the driving force behind urban sustainability.
Workshop organised by ICLEI Europe in the framework of the Horizon 2020 project Open Heritage. Open Heritage aims at creating sustainable models of heritage asset management. The project puts the idea of inclusive governance of cultural heritage sites together with development of heritage communities at its center. This means empowering the community in the processes of adaptive reuse. The First Dialogue aimed at exploring current policies on adaptive reuse of cultural heritage.
The 2020 SCORAI International online Conference convened scholars and practitioners from around the world on the theme: Sustainable Consumption & Social Justice in an Urbanizing World. The Conference was organised by the Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts and the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden.
The process for Heritage Innovation Partnerships (HIPs) has been launched! A first local meeting in Gothenburg (19 September 2018) – organised by Västra Götaland Region and Uppsala University, ICLEI, ICHEC, – started the entire dialogues’ sessions.