Mapping and characterisation of good practices in cultural heritage resilience

This report compiles initiatives and case studies on advancing the resilience of cultural heritage to natural and human-induced disasters as well as to the long-term consequences of climate change. The initiatives and case studies are accompanied by a replicability assessment aimed at identifying enabling factors that could facilitate their transfer. Forty initiatives are featured in this report, 32 as snapshots and 8 as case studies. They have been classified according to the type of measures featured, the main hazards they respond to, and the disaster risk management phase that they cover. The eight case studies contain in-depth information on main outcomes, factors of success, and lessons learned. They were also analysed from the replicability perspective.

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