A recent report by the Horizon 2020 working group on cultural heritage highlighted the potential of cultural heritage to generate benefits for the economy, society and environment. It noted the changing perceptions of cultural heritage, moving away from it being seen as a financial burden towards recognising it as an asset which can provide a catalyst for enhanced growth and wellbeing.
The experts of the Interreg Europe Environment and Resource Efficiency Policy Learning Platform have developed a Policy Brief on the approaches aimed at securing the sustainable management of cultural heritage in urban areas.
Download the Policy Brief.
The Interreg Europe Policy Learning Platform is developed to stimulate knowledge exchange among Interreg Europe projects, European regions and other interested practitioners. To fine-tune the services and products of the platform to the user needs, we encourage you to share your ideas with Venelina Varbova, [email protected], Thematic Manager for Environment and Resource Efficiency.
Meet us in Brussels for EURegionsWeek on 9 October: put forward your regional challenge for a matchmaking session or join our workshop and improve your policies
Regional Council of South Ostrobothnia is organising the 4th Finnish Stakeholder Group Meeting
Summit focusing on cultural policies and heritage sustainability.