e-CREHA open webinar | 28 April, 2022
''Boosting resilience of Europe’s cultural heritage to climate change''
The e-CREHA webinar titled “Boosting resilience of Europe’s cultural heritage to climate change” invites students, researchers, tutors, experts, professionals and policy makers to poster submissions on cross-cultural pedagogies in Heritage Learning, which presents best practices from both the academic and professional practice fields such as architecture and built environment, heritage studies, engineering, design, climate science, software technologies and informatics, tourism and geography, etc.
Seminar Series | 17-19 May, 2023
''About Climatic Heterotopias''
In the realm of the mind and the physical, where boundaries blur and social conventions fade away, lies the climatic heterotopia. It is a place of wonder and awe, where the laws of nature and society are bent to create a harmonious flow energy and matter. Inspired by the heterotopia concept of Foucault this highly symbolic realm is designed to facilitate the flow of life force, pulsing and throbbing in harmony with the rhythm of the universe. It is a space where the environment is revered and cherished, and the physical design of the space is a masterpiece of art and engineering, perfectly balanced and intricately woven...
Final Event | 30 Nov, 2023
''Teaching and Learning on Heritage and Climate Change''
The role that cultural heritage plays for sustainable climate adaptation and mitigation is being increasingly recognized in research and policy-making. Yet, its integration into education has received limited attention. It is challenging to accommodate teaching and learning activities that are multi- and transdisciplinary, inclusive and holistic in approach in traditional higher education models. It is essential to strengthen synergies between heritage and climate science, and to advance their mutual roles in education for climate action....