Tag: sustainable tourism

RURALIZATION and INCULTUM establish collaboration

 Dreaming of an escape to the country? Rural living in Europe is currently on the decline, but why? What tools and dynamic approaches are needed in rural areas to stimulate innovation and create opportunities for newcomers and established communities … Continue reading


IN LOCO and INCULTUM join forces for enabling participative approaches in local development

IN LOCO is an Association, very active in Portugal to support local development. IN LOCO in facts aims to promote local-based development with a view to improving the quality of life in its multiple dimensions, also seeing local development as … Continue reading


INCULTUM Pilot at the 10th Congress on Rural Studies at the University of Algarve

This congress was hosted and co-organized by the Faculty of Sciences and Technology and by the Faculty of Human and Social Sciences of the University of Algarve, with participation of the Team of INCULTUM Pilot focused on research and recovery … Continue reading


Collaboration between INCULTUM pilot in Portugal and University of Seville

images courtesy of University of Algarve. The Portuguese pilot of INCULTUM over the Campina de Faro (Algarve) launched a collaboration with professors and students of Architecture at the University of Seville, started with a study and fieldwork in Portugal in … Continue reading


INCULTUM Pilot in Portugal presented at Taller de Arquitectura Iberia Sur

Professors Desidério Batista of University of Algarve delivers a presentation in a seminar at Taller de Arquitectura Iberia Sur on May 13, 2022 with the lecture: “Recreation farms as one of the most recognizable features of the landscape in Portugal. … Continue reading


RURITAGE Summer School dedicated to heritage-based regeneration at regional level

The 3-days Summer School, arranged within RURITAGE project by Savonia University of Applied Science, will be delivered in presence at the Savonia University (UAS), Kuopio Finland on 9-13 May 2022. It will include both lectures, study visits and interactive workshops … Continue reading


Newly released RURITAGE “Travelling Voices” book

  INCULTUM and RURITAGE projects have in common a keen focus on empowering marginal and rural areas in the promotion of their cultural and natural heritage, which not only needs to be safeguarded but also leveraged for communities-driven sustainable development. … Continue reading


Coordination meeting among projects on sustainable cultural tourism

Initiated by IMPACTOUR project coordinator prof. João Martins from the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the NOVA School of Science and Technology in Lisbon, a very productive and friendly meeting took place on 11th March between the representatives of … Continue reading


INCULTUM Pilot in Portugal co-organizes the 10th Congress on Rural Studies

How does water, waters – groundwater, rainwater, river, marine – condition or conditioned agriculture and rural society? What strategies and what processes of cooperation or conflict have occurred in the access and use of water? What economic uses have been … Continue reading


INCULTUM establishes collaboration with H2020 SPOT project

INCULTUM and SPOT projects are both focused on the research and study of problems related to cultural tourism, seeking for stakeholders’ and communities’ involvement and developing information to help policy and decision-making. The EU-funded SPOT project aims to develop a … Continue reading