Issue Brief published

We are happy to share the news that our Issue Brief inside the publication: “Cultural heritage in the context of disasters and climate change: Insights from the DCMS-AHRC Cultural Heritage and Climate Change Cohort” is ready for download here: [https://doi.org/10.48785/100/107]

“This report showcases the results of a series of workshops organised by the PRAXIS and CRITICAL research teams between February and September 2022 and project-specific policy briefs prepared by the nine projects of the Cultural Heritage and Climate Change Cohort. The report informs future research and policy on disaster preparedness, emergency response, loss and damage, mitigation and adaptation to current and expected global environmental changes. It provides lessons learnt from international collaborations between academics, practitioners and research participants and recommendations to research councils and policymakers in the UK and beyond.” (Giliberto and Jackson, 2022)

Recommended citation: B. Devilat, G. Abdelmonen, F. Lanuza, J. Desai, M. Mane, Z. Pithawalla, R. Jigyasu, S. Sen, A. Singh & R. Kanji. Introducing technology to break the unsustainable cycle of building replacement after earthquakes towards a culture of reuse and risk mitigation. In: Giliberto F. and Jackson, R. (eds.). (2022). Cultural Heritage in the Context of Disasters and Climate Change. Insights from the DCMS-AHRC Cultural Heritage and Climate Change Cohort. Leeds-Edinburgh: University of Leeds and University of Edinburgh. pp. 26-31. DOI: [https://doi.org/10.48785/100/107]

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