Nature Journal: Boost resilience of small and mid-sized cities

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STORM project aims to examine security concerns and risks related to cultural heritage sites and also focuses on the resilience and vulnerability to extreme events. Jörn Birkmann, Director of the Institute of Spatial and Regional Planning of the University of Stuttgart – Partner of the STORM projects), together with other colleagues, has published through the NATURE weekly journal (28 September …

Climate Change and Heritage in the UK – an Evolving Approach

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Climate change and its impact on heritage has been a serious subject for research in the UK since the mid-2000s. Early on a number of broad studies were undertaken, including an assessment of the risks of climate change to the built environment in England and the impact of coastal erosion in England and Wales. An over view report, Assessment of …

Kick-off Meeting

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Rome, 27-28 June 2016 In the “Terme di Diocleziano” setting is going to be held the kick-off meeting that launches the STORM – 700191 project. All of the partners (twenty) will be present, together with the Project Officer (Mr Christophe Coudun) assigned by the European Commission. Since it the first working occasion the different partners first of all will know …

The STORM Project at the Diocletian Baths in Rome

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STORM (Safeguarding Cultural Heritage through the Technical and Organizational Resources Management) is a project funded by the European Commission in the Horizon 2020 framework (no. 700191), under the Programme Security, Call DRS-11-2015: Disaster Resilience & Climate Change. It has the purpose of studying and developing models and technologies to improve the resilience of cultural heritage relating to the effects of …

Safeguarding Cultural Heritage, Technical and Organisational, Resources Management

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STORMS project aims to provide to all stakeholders involved in safeguarding cultural heritage from natural events a new hacking capability to let them improve existing processes related to the four identified areas. STORM plans to introduce an high level cloud infrastructure providing hacking tools both at macro level to give a global view of the entire value chain and at …