Adapt Northern Heritage

Adapt Northern Heritage is a project supporting communities and local authorities to adapt northern cultural heritage to the environmental impacts of climate change and associated natural hazards through community engagement and informed conservation planning. Running from June 2017 to May 2020, the project involves four Project Partners and eleven Associated Partners from Iceland, Ireland, Norway, Russia, Scotland and Sweden and is supported by Iceland, Norway and the European Union through the Interreg programme for the Northern Periphery and Arctic.

The Project Partners, Historic Environment Scotland, Minjastofnun ├Źslands (the Cultural Heritage Agency of Iceland), the Norsk institutt for kulturminneforskning (Norwegian Insitute for Cultural Heritage Research) and Riksantikvaren (Norway's Directorate for Cultural Heritage), will develop a risk and vulnerability assessment method for historic places and associated guidance for their adaptation, trial and demonstrate this method in eleven case studies and initiate a community network for interdisciplinary learning, knowledge exchange and stakeholder networking.

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Virtual project conference on 05 & 06 May 2020

The international conference is now taking place virtually on 5th & 6th May 2020, freely accessible to everyone online.

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Adapt Northern Heritage publishes the programme of its conference on 05 & 06 May 2020 - free, international, virtual

With 29 speakers in 9 sessions,...

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The international conference of the project Adapt Northern Heritage is now taking place virtually on 5th & 6th May 2020, freely accessible to everyone...

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Ticket link will be posted from next week!

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The Call for Papers for our 2020 Conference is here!

 

The deadline has been extended to the 17th October 2019.

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We have confirmed the 5th-7th May as the dates for our 2020 Conference!

Watch this space for more information and a call for papers, coming soon!

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The project's second newsletter, emailed out at the project's half-way point on 30th November 2018, reflects on what has been achieved so far.

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In its first project newsletter, emailed on 20 December 2017, we introduce the project and give an overview about what we have been up to so far and...

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