An international round table to discuss different approaches and perspectives on the relationship between climate change and culture/cultural heritage: a thorny as much as a relevant topic, at a crossroad of different fields of research.
Six keynote speakers from diverse disciplines and geographical areas – all of them leading actors involved in the discourse of climate change and culture/cultural Heritage – are invited to answer the same three key questions about different aspects of this topic and to debate the best strategy to talk about climate change and spread awareness on the effects of climate change on cultural heritage. Answers might start an interesting dialogue between different professional views and different disciplines.
This appointment is part of Urban Agenda, in which the Fondazione Scuola dei beni e delle attività culturali supports the Italian Ministry of culture with a focus on climate change and cultural heritage in the urban landscape.
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