e-CHREA open webinar
Program and online registration will be through this website
A one-day event on the theme 'Building better Climate Heritage Europe' consisting of presentations as well as open discussions between all participants. Presentations will touch on specific aspects of the proposed main theme. 3 keynote speakers will be invited to address these themes. Participation is free of charge and open to all Heritage institutions as well as other stakeholders with an interest in higher education heritage preservation and adaptation.
Bontchev, B., Antonova, A., Terzieva, V., & Dankov, Y. (2021). “Let Us Save Venice”—An Educational Online Maze Game for Climate Resilience. Sustainability, 14(1), 7. https://doi.org/10.3390/su14010007
Dankov, Y., Antonova, A., Terzieva, V., & Bontchev, B. (2021). Applying user-centered design for a climate resilience video game. International Journal of Differential Equations and Applications, 20(2), 147-156. doi:10.12732/ijdea.v20i2.1
Bonis, L. D., & Ottaviano, G. (2022). "Riattivare le ‘ecologie umane’ per ridurre la vulnerabilità del paesaggio al cambiamento climatico." Urbanistica Informazioni. 113-115.
Bonis, L. D., & Ottaviano, G. (2022, October 12). Il Progetto Erasmus+ e-CREHA. Sustainability Day Climate Change, Sistema Economico e Resilienza Territoriale.
Bonis, L. D., Nocera, R., & Ottaviano, G. (2022, December 9). Human Ecologies and Climate Vulnerability of the Landscape. Applied Sciences, Biology, and Territory: Achieved findings and new research frontiers at the University of Molise.