GreenHeritage aims at developing a holistic, innovative and inclusive approach toward direct and indirect climate change (CC) impact on intangible cultural heritage (ICH), a topic which has received little or no attention at all. The project seeks innovative tools and methodologies able to promote adaptive and systemic approaches to better manage CC. It, also, aspires to function as an urgent reminder that climate change is present, affecting both directly and indirectly all aspects of Europe’s cultural heritage. GreenHeritage an urgent call to stir up collective action.
GreenHeritage is co-funded by the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Union for a duration of three years (12/2022 – 11/2025).