4. radionica dionika u okviru SHELTER projekta
The overall objective of the Shelter (Sustainable Historic Environments hoListic reconstruction through Technological Enhancement and community based Resilience) is to establish cross-scale, multidimensional, data driven and community based operational knowledge framework for heritage-led and conservation-friendly resilience enhancement and sustainable reconstruction of historic areas to cope with climate change and natural hazards. Details about the project available here: https://shelter-project.com/.
On 08 June 2021, the International Sava River Basin Commission jointly with the UNESCO Regional Bureau for Science and Culture for Europe and IHE Delft Institute for Water Education, as well as the project coordinator Tecnalia Research & Innovation and with support of other Shelter project partners held online the fourth Open Lab workshop.
The main objective of the Workshop was continuation of co-creation of the Shelter tools for recovery and adaptation phase: Multi-Hazard Risk Assessment, Decision Support System and Portfolio of Solutions, already discussed at the previous workshops and that will be integrated under the Shelter Dashboard during the project. Furthermore, all achieved objectives and the follow-up actions from previous workshops were presented and discussed.
As a part of the fourth Workshop, six separate national workshops were also held in period of 18-20 May when the governance structure of the planning and emergency (flood risk) management as well as involvement of the responsible authorities for cultural heritage protection were discussed.
A series of workshops once again achieved to bring together more than 60 representatives from the Sava River basin management authorities (Bosnia Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia, as well as Albania) including experts from cultural heritage authorities, flood management operators and emergency responders as major stakeholders of the project, as well as Shelter project partners and guests.