Santa Croce church and archeological area
Seferihisar district
Dordrecht
Serra Do Xurés Natural Park in Galicia
Sava River Basin
Sustainable Historic Environments holistic reconstruction through Technological Enhancement and community-based Resilience
The overall objective of SHELTER is to establish cross-scale, multidimensional, data-driven and community based operational knowledge framework for heritage-led and conservation-friendly resilience enhancement and sustainable reconstruction of Historic Areas to cope with Climate Change and natural hazards.
Main Highlights

SHELTER celebrates its three-days 4th General Assembly!

During the first day, the exchange-meeting with the twin projects ARCH and HYPERION allowed to identify potential collaborations and interactions between the projects, with a particular focus on the activities of the different case studies. The meeting saw more than +70 participants including the partners of the three projects and some of the main stakeholders of the 5 SHELTER Open Labs. The second day, reserved for SHELTER partners, was dedicated to internal update among the SHELTER partners. In particular, outlining Work Packages status together with the achievements of the last six months of the project, laying the path for the next steps to be undertaken for the next period. The third day was devoted to the SHELTER Open Labs, reporting on status of activities, the possible improvements; and a specific session for the peer learning activity. The meeting concluded with the planning of the next cycle of activity starting from next spring.

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PARTICIPANTS +70 persons from Consortium partners, sister projects ARCH and HYPERION and invited guests. WORKPLAN During the event, the case studies of all sister projects were shared, in view of synergic activities. Also, first SHELTER project results were presented, reporting as well on status of the activities and way forward.

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