This area includes the deliverables of the SHELTER project.

D1.1 - Data sources and Knowledge
Lead partner SISTEMA
This deliverable describes the “Identification of data and knowledge sources and integration and interoperability requirements” activities and outcomes with a focus on the identification, classification and evaluation of the data sources considered useful for Shelter scopes and on the applied methodology.
D1.2 - Building of best/next practices observatory
Lead partner UNIBO
The overall objective of this report is to provide an effective codification of existing knowledge. This is achieved by adapting existing ontologies, building of a lesson learned and next practices observatory based on existing best practices on adaptive governance for cultural heritage management, local knowledge and historical event.
D2.1 - HA Resilience structure
Lead partner TECNALIA
This deliverable defines the strategy for the integration of the different project methodological results in the SHELTER operative knowledge framework. The workflow and the dimensions for developing the framework has been established defining the interplay (output and inputs) of the Open Labs and data driven platform.
D2.2 - HA Systemic resilience assessment and monitoring framework
Lead partner CRCM
This deliverable developed the multiscale indicator that will be the basis for the risk dependent resilience assessment based on hazard, exposure and vulnerability (of single risk and combinations of risks) at artefact, building and district scale but also for the generalised multiscale resilience.
D6.1 - GLOCAL user requirements
Lead partner CRCM
The deliverable identified GLOCAL user requirements for Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change Adaptation to heritage looking at the bottom-up (local) and top-down (global) levels. Identification is based on the use case scenarios, ex-post analysis and international experience.
D6.2 - ICT-community interaction rulebook
Lead partner ULIEGE
The deliverable outlines the development of a community interaction rulebook (CIR) aiming to explore the role of information communication technology (ICT) in adaptive governance and identifies some key ‘rules’ to guide the development of the Open Labs within the SHELTER Project.
D6.5 - Methodology for Local Knowledge extraction
Lead partner POLITO
The deliverable defines a theoretical and practical framework to include and take into account those informal knowledge and local factors that represent the peculiar long-lasting interaction of the communities with their environment, providing tools for extracting Local Knowledge, Sense of place and Peer learning addressed to local stakeholders in Open Labs.
D8.1 - Dissemination and communication plan
Lead partner EURONET
The deliverable serves as a guideline for the promotion activities carried out by SHELTER Consortium, including a scouting of relevant conferences, workshops, events and journals aligned with the project scopes.