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Donegal’s Coastal Heritage in the context of appropriately managed modern uses.
‘Costa dei Delfini [Dolphins Coast]’ is a marketing sustainable touristic practice implemented by Termoli city with coastal municipalities of Molise.
Location: Molise, Italy (Italia)
Project: HERICOAST
Åse Bitustøl- Directorate for Cultural Heritage, Norway
The Food Coast was developed by Local Enterprise Office Donegal as a programme to support development, growth and quality in Do
Location: Border, Midland and Western, Ireland (Éire)
Project: NICHE
05/11/2019
Cultural heritage of fishing communities in Latvia.
Type: Project
28/05/2019
Cultural heritage in Cim Alto Minho
Type: Project
07/02/2020
The campaign “My Sea” launched by the Environmental Education Foundation in 2012 is a successful example of reducing plastic waste in the coastal area.
Type: Project
22/03/2017
During the period January 31st – February 2nd, 2017 in Valencia and Alzira was held thematic seminar "Digitization of Natural Heritage" under project CD-ETA.
Type: Project
Improving natural and cultural heritage policies - Gather baseline data about natural and built heritage along the river corridor.
Location: Border, Midland and Western, Ireland (Éire)
Project: SWARE
Submitted by: Luis Sa, 15/03/2017
The Sendai Framework recognizes the value of preserving cultural heritage but also enhances its economic/social value. A risk assessment framework developed for immovable cultural assets is needed to addresses all the components in a multi-risk analysis. Milestones: 1. The general idea is to establish a standard methodology for assessing what level of risk does a cultural asset has, when exposed to a certain hazard. 2. A priority task is to establish a vulnerability scorecard. A first step will be an analysis in several European locations and several natural hazards. 3. Create solutions aiming the increase of resilience in cultural assets to natural events, enhanced by a climate change scenario. 4. The creation of a platform for modeling risk scenarios and designing prevention solutions in an open interface system promoting the sharing of good practices. 5. The establishment of national guidelines for the implementation of preventive measures and intervention prioritization.