11-12 September 2014 Dubrovnik, Croatia
The 2–day workshop will look at practical measures that can improve the quality of life in our historic centers through understanding how to manage and care for heritage buildings and how to improve energy efﬁciency and air quality – beneﬁting residents, visitors and the historic fabric.
Successful management is the basis for the sustainable use and preservation of heritage sites.
The workshops will focus on common issues in the preparation of sustainable management and transport plans for World Heritage Sites using a range of case studies, common approaches and management tools as an illustration.
An understanding of the diverse systems that exist for the management of various sites is crucial for the protection of the Outstanding Universal Value (OUV) and integrity of heritage sites, in accordance with Article 4 of the World Heritage Convention.
Sustainable management plans facilitate change and adaptation to modernity, a side-by-side existence and prosperity, at a time when our cities are challenged by rapid growth and the need for delivering consistent sustainable and smarter infrastructures using technological advances in various ﬁelds.
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Sunset & Dinner Cruise