Online Course | Climate Change and Risk Assessment for Cultural Heritage

ICOMOS Argentina Climate Change Online Course 202008An online course on climate change and risk assessment for cultural heritage is being offered by ICOMOS Argentina, La Plata City Foundation and the Heritage and Climate Change Initiative, within the framework of the "New approaches to cultural and natural heritage” programme. The first edition starts on 10 August 2020, and will be available in Spanish and Portuguese. The second edition of the course will begin in October and will also be available in English.

Professors: Arq. Guillermo R. García, Arq. M. Gabriela Santibañez, Arq. Mauro García Santa Cruz, Lic. Jimena García Santa Cruz

Guest Professors: Mr. Toshiyuki Kono, Mr. Peter Cox, Mr. Andrew Potts, Mr. Christopher Marrion, Mag. Arq. Pedro Delheye, Lic. Walter Di Santo, Dra. Stacy Vallis

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Sponsored by: UNESCO Oficina Regional de Ciencias para América Latina y el Caribe, International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS), Facultad de Arquitectura y Diseño UCALP, Secretaría de Extensión UCALP; Asociación de Directores de Museos de la República Argentina (ADiMRA); International Scientific Committee on Energy, Sustainability and Climate Change (ICOMOS ISCES + CC); Climate Change and Heritage Working Group (ICOMOS CCHWG); Climate Heritage Network (CHN); International Committee on Risk Preparedness (ICOMOS ICORP); Emerging Professionals Working Group (ICOMOS EPWG); Universidad de Congreso (UC); Universidad de Mendoza (UM); Instituto de Investigación en Turismo e Identidad, Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo (IITI FFF UNCUYO).

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