The City of Krakow has developed several initiatives through its Municipal Culture Service and its Municipal Green Space Authority to capitalise on the city’s natural and cultural heritage and landscapes for its sustainable development.
Europe’s most inspiring architects, craftsmen, cultural heritage experts, professionals, volunteers, public and private institutions, and local communities now have a new chance to be recognised for their achievements! The deadline to send submissions is closing on 5 December.
Since January 2021, in Materialmagasinet in Stockholm, you can rent everything from clothes from the opera and expensive men’s bed socks to headlights and screws.
Towards a sustainable model of reusing old premises for cultural uses: the example of Kaapeli in Helsinki.
The KAAPELI model demonstrates how to transform a significant heritage asset while managing financial risk. The critical success factors included the company owning the assets, having long-term tenancies and a mix of services and activities.
The latest Cultural Heritage in Action peer-learning visit to Krakow focused on green heritage spaces and places as part of a broader strategy to achieve climate neutrality in cities.
More than 80 examples of good practices from across Europe were collected in a new report to uncover the impact of climate change on cultural heritage, and to suggest green and sustainable solutions to combat it.
During a series of workshops, employees of local cultural institutions developed the Dresden Charter for Sustainability to introduce sustainability practices in the cultural and creative industries.
Berlin’s Park am Gleisdreieck is a remarkable example of the revitalisation of an industrial wasteland and its reintegration into the urban space.
Leeuwarden created Arcadia, a 100-day arts festival occurring every 3 years. Bosk was one of its main events in 2022, raising awareness of nature and climate change through art.
The City of Lille committed to making its cultural sector sustainable by 2024 as part of its involvement in Agenda 21 for culture. For museums, it translates to staging sustainable exhibitions.