EWH

Over the past three years, the AtlaS.WH project has explored the sustainable management of the World Heritage Sites in Porto, Bordeaux, Florence, Santiago de Compostela, and Edinburgh. As this major project draws to a close, and to mark the week of World Heritage Sites, Edinburgh World Heritage will host the fifth and final series of partnership events, bringing together leading experts to explore the role of heritage in solving issues related to the climate emergency. Guests include the five project partners, experts from the Scottish heritage sector, Edinburgh city managers, and international partners. Over two days, the plans for each urban World Heritage Site will be presented, and we will discuss how the impact of climate change is assessed and addressed through case studies and the latest in sector research.

We invite you to join us for any or all of these free, public CPD sessions, to ask questions and build your understanding on how heritage can be a solution to the climate emergency.

Tickets
Tickets are free – register at the link below

Dates: Tuesday 13 and Wednesday 14 April 2021
Times: from 10am, check the Eventbrite page for details
Venue: Zoom online (joining information will be sent to you via email one week before the event)

Tickets
Tickets are free – register at the link below

Dates: Tuesday 13 and Wednesday 14 April 2021
Times: from 10am, check the Eventbrite page for details
Venue: Zoom online (joining information will be sent to you via email one week before the event) Please book now to avoid disappointment
Register now
We look forward to seeing you. If you have any questions, please get in touch using the email below.

With best wishes,

Gabriella

Gabriella Laing
International Training Officer
0131 220 7720, gabriella@ewht.org.uk