CULTIVATE ranked 2nd out of 69 H2020 project proposals

The research team of CZU managed by the Principal Investigator Iris Bohnet will contribute to this new 3-year project funded under the JPICH Cultural Heritage, Identities & Perspectives call and led by the University of the Highlands and Islands, UK. The project named “Co-creating cultural narratives for sustainable rural development” seeks to understand the role of cultural heritage in shaping sustainable landscapes and communities in the context of societal challenges such as the Covid-19 pandemic, the climate emergency and transitions required to meet the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The work package led by CZU will develop a transdisciplinary conceptual framework that will be used to inform the design of research methods co-created and implemented in four Biosphere Reserves, including the Trebon Basin, across Europe. 

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