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About carolinacollaro

Carolina Collaro is an architect and teacher, Master in Territorial Planning and Real Estate at Turin Polytechnic, Italy, since more than ten years involved in research and education’s field for sustainable development at the global and local scale. She has a strong background in this field at international level, acquired in prestigious universities: such as the EPFL and the University of Louvain-la-Neuve, as well as in U.S. and France. Visiting scholar at the Institute for advanced studies on science technology and society in Graz Austria, she is PhD candidate at Nova Gorica University, in Economics and Techniques of Environmental and Architectural Heritage Conservation, a post graduated program with IUAV-Venice University, Italy. The core of her researches is the adaptation strategies to climate change and ecosystem services’ conservation’s relevance for cultural landscapes and protected areas. She collaborates with UNISCAPE, Universities’ consortium for European Landscape Convention Implementation, and IUCN-CEM Commissions.

The Mayors Adapt (Convenant of Mayors 2.0): toward a smart city.

It was held in Naples, the inauguration of Mayors Adapt initiative, commissioned by the Directorate General of the European Commission’s Climate Action and founded assuming the EU adaptation strategy to climate change. Mayors Adapt supports the cities, creating an opportunity … Continue reading

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Cities and Universities’ Networks for the Sustainable Development Implementation

It is about to begin in Manchester, UK, in a few days, the “2nd WORLD SYMPOSIUM ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AT UNIVERSITIES (WSSD-U-2014),” a self-managed event and following the UN Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio + 20). The event is organized … Continue reading

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Climate for Culture. Final arrival in Munich

It has been presented, in Munich, Germany, and with a public event lasted two days, the final stage of the European project “Climate for Culture,” lasted five years, to which I had the honor to participate for a short meeting … Continue reading

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The URBES project and Resilient Cities in Bonn

Is about to begin, during these days in Bonn, the annual Congress of ICLEI “Resilient Cities.” Anticipating the congress, for two days there were some workshops. That, on the one hand, have introduced the Participants to the conference itself, on … Continue reading

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Cultural Heritage versus Ecology in the Ohrid World Heritage Management Plan.

It was concluded in Ljubljana, the European project Sustcult ” Achieving sustainability through an integrated approach to the management of cultural heritage “, who wanted to investigate the possibility of including the heritage management, in relation to the development of … Continue reading

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Alba Iulia an historic city for energy efficiency

  The European project 3ENCULT aims to bring to the foreground the historical heritage of Italian and European cities, as the recipient of potential energy-efficiency measures. So this a bit a challenge, because as we know by the energy regulations, … Continue reading

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