One of the main objectives of CUEBC is to develop high-level training for postgraduate and PhD students on Cultural Heritage and its vulnerability to Climate Change for a better integration of Heritage in protection against Climate Change policies.
For 2012-2013, in the framework of the development of Smart Cities, the aim was to develop high-level training on the impacts of climate change and global change on built cultural heritage (monuments, museums, libraries, archives and reserves), on cities and urban tourism, through a scientific, political, technical, economic and managerial approach. For students in science, urban planning, engineering, architecture, heritage conservation, etc.
Themes of the courses:
2012: Global Change and Risk to Heritage
2013: Smart cities in the future and Cultural Heritage
More information about the project Climate Change and Cultural Heritage.