The REACH project at Silk Cities conference 2019

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SilkThe international Conference  “Reconstruction Recovery and Resilience of Historic Cities and Societies” took place in L’Aquila from 10 to 12 July 2019.
It was organized by Silk Cities an independent professional and academic initiative for contextual knowledge exchange, research and advocacy.

 

In the framework of Small Town Heritage pilot action, Paola Branduini and Fabio Carnelli, from Politecnico of Milan, associate partner of the REACH project, in collaboration with Mauro Fazio, MISE, presented the first findings of the survey from North Italy about the preservation of rural landscapes as a tool for building resilience in the context of small towns.

 

Main topics of the conference:
– Managing reconstruction, heritage and city planning
– City recovery: social, psychological, economic and culrural heritage
– Linking urban resilience and cultural heritage

 

A special sessions on L’Aquila was planned

 

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