ARCH project joined the UNCHARTED community

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ARCH is a European funded project led by Fraunhofer Institute for Intelligent Analysis and Information Systems IAIS (Germany) with participation of four European municipalities (Bratislava, Camerino, Hamburg, Valencia), research scientists, city network ICLEI and standardisation organisation DIN.

A new collaboration has recently been signed between UNCHARTED and this interesting project which aims to provide unified and collaborative approaches for disaster risk reduction of historic areas with regards to climate change-related and other natural hazards.

Its work focused on the cities of Bratislava, Camerino, Hamburg and Valencia with the aim of co-creating tools to help these cities save their cultural heritage from hazards and risks associated with the effects of climate change.

Further information is available on the ARCH showcase on the UNCHARTED website and on the ARCH website.
ARCH project, welcome to the UNCHARTED community!

 

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