Workshop: Cultural and Natural Heritage and Climate Challenges
Cultural and Natural Heritage is threatened by numerous climate change impacts, such as heat waves, sea level rise, increased risk of storm surges and flooding. It is therefore crucial to evaluate the vulnerability of Cultural and Natural Heritage and how it may be impacted by climate change.
Climate services such as the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) may support the Cultural and Natural Heritage community with data, information products, analysis tools, training and capacity building to assist stakeholders in meeting their specific challenges related to climate change.
On 1-2 July 2021, C3S will host a workshop with key sectoral stakeholders to discuss climate challenges for Cultural and Natural Heritage, data needs and potential solutions offered by C3S. This workshop serves the following objectives:
- To understand the climate change-related challenges of the Cultural and Natural Heritage community
- To identify specific needs for climate data, tools and services in order to meet these challenges
- To present the C3S service offering, demonstrate where it fits in the climate service value chain, and determine ways in which it could support the Cultural and Natural Heritage community.
The event is free but registration is required. Please register before 25 June 2021 18:00 CET.