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Author
Fondazione Scuola dei beni e delle attività culturali
Year
2022
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 10.53125/9791280311115

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Fondazione Scuola dei beni e delle attività culturali, Three Key Questions on Culture, Cultural Heritage and Climate Change. Proceedings of the Round Table 2022, Scuola dei beni e delle attività culturali, <www.fondazionescuolapatrimonio.it>.

Six keynote speakers from diverse disciplines and geographical areas – all of them leading actors involved in the discourse of climate change and culture/cultural heritage – were invited to answer the same three key questions about different aspects of this topic and to debate the best strategy to talk about climate change and spread awareness on the effects of climate change on cultural heritage.
Is it more effective a communication focused on the individual responsibility or one insisting on the role of collective agency? Is it necessary to involve the cognitive or the emotional sphere? Any alternatives to the “Loss & Damage” when mitigation or adaptation to climate change is no longer possible?
During this important international round table, different approaches and perspectives on the relationship between climate change and culture/cultural heritage weww discussed and a new interesting dialogue between different professional views and different disciplines was set out.

This volume presents the round table transcript and, to enrich the proceedings, a section dedicated to projects which concretely explore viable instruments to tackle climate change.