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Cultural Heritage in a Changing Climate. The Norwegian Directorate for Cultural Heritage and Arts Council Norway will host the 7th forum of the Baltic Region Heritage Committee (BRHC).

13.09.2021 |

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Cultural heritage in a changing climate”. Oslo Forum 2021 28.- 30. september

Climate change is a threat to cultural heritage. We live in a time with rapid changes; both environmentally and politically. All the countries in the Baltic Region have signed the Paris Agreement and committed to the UN Sustainable Development Goals. This commitment means that we must act immediately to reduce greenhouse gas emissions with 50 percent by 2030. Oslo Forum 2021 aims to mobilize the cultural heritage sector to action.

With mitigation and adaptation as two key concepts, we bring together stakeholders from the cultural heritage sector, museums, researchers, students, architects and urban planners, NGOs and municipalities in the Nordic and Baltic Sea region for a three-day digital conference 28.-30. September 2021.

Broadcast from Oslo, Norway – European Green Capital in 2019.

To read more about the programme, register and stream the conference, please visit: https://www.joinlive.no/oslo-forum-2021

More information in pdf.


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