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Cultural Heritage and Climate Change: a new challenge for Europe - Gerry Browner, Senior Architect, Heritage Policy and Architectural Protection Section, DEHLG

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This presentation is from the EPA's FP7 Environment National Information Day 2010. For further information, see http://www.fp7ireland.com/

This presentation is from the EPA's FP7 Environment National Information Day 2010. For further information, see http://www.fp7ireland.com/

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  • 1. Cultural Heritage and Global Change: a new challenge for Europe Gerry Browner, Senior Architect Heritage Policy and Architectural Protection Section Working together to strengthen research in Europe 1
  • 2. Outline Content • Framework Progarmme 7 - background • Work Packages • Tasks • The Future Working together to strengthen research in Europe 2
  • 3. Background • FP5 (1998-2002) - "City of Tomorrow and Cultural Heritage" • FP6 (2002-2006) - "Cultural Heritage and Conservation Strategies” • FP7 (2007-2013) - "Protection, conservation and enhancement of cultural heritage, including human habitat" Working together to strengthen research in Europe 3
  • 4. FP7 Initiation • Decision No 1982/2006/Ec, 18th December 2006, mapped out the Seventh Framework Programme • runs from 1st January 2007 to 31st December 2013 • overriding aim - contribute to the Union becoming the world's leading research area Working together to strengthen research in Europe 4
  • 5. Four Objectives • Co-operation - support range of research actions in trans-national co- operation • Ideas - support "investigator-driven" research • People - strengthen the human potential in research and technological development in Europe • Capacities - support key aspects of European research and innovation capacities Working together to strengthen research in Europe 5
  • 6. Co-operation • The Objective of "Co-operation" is intended to support the whole range of research actions in the thematic areas of • - Health • - Food • - Food, Agriculture and Fisheries, and Biotechnology • - Information and Communication Technologies • - Nano-sciences, Nano-technologies, Materials and New Production Technologies • - Energy • - Environment - including Climate Change • - Transport - including Aeronautics • - Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities • - Space • - Security Working together to strengthen research in Europe 6
  • 7. Theme 6 • Document C(2009) 5893, European Commission, 29th July 2009 • FP7 Cooperation Work Programme 2010: Environment (including climate change) • Theme 6 sets out “Activity 6.3 Environmental technologies” Working together to strengthen research in Europe 7
  • 8. JPIs • Brussels, 26th May 2010, Competitiveness Council - conclusions • welcomed recommendations and progress on: • - Agriculture, Food security and Climate Change • - Cultural Heritage and Global Change - A new challenge for Europe • - A healthy diet for a healthy life • Agreed on Joint Programming Initiatives (JPIs) to be implemented as soon as possible in 2010 Working together to strengthen research in Europe 8
  • 9. Work Packages - I • Led by the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities to implement - • Area 6.3.2.2, "Networking, knowledge transfer and optimisation of results in cultural heritage" • ENV-2011.3.2.2-1, "Support to the Joint Programming Initiative (JPI) on Cultural Heritage and Global Change” • As part of this seven Work Packages have been set out Working together to strengthen research in Europe 9
  • 10. Work Packages - II • Work Package 1: Management and co-ordination (Italy) • Work Package 2: Understanding global challenges for cultural heritage (Czech Rep., UK) • Work Package 3: Development of cultural scientific research framework (UK, Netherlands) • Work Package 4: Actual research panorama in partner states in relation to the research framework (France, Spain) • Work Package 5: Role of the JPI in the world (Romania, Poland, Turkey, UK) • Work Package 6: Elaboration of the Strategic Research Agenda (Italy, Cyprus, Slovenia) • Work Package 7: Communication and dissemination - towards fast growing countries in BRIC, and advanced economies including y USA, Japan (Ireland) Working together to strengthen research in Europe 10
  • 11. Where It Is At • Executive Board Meeting, 13th October 2010 - Tasks relating to each Work Package to be finalised. • Governing Board meeting in November to sign off on them and plan the next steps • Work Package 7 - • “Communication and dissemination - towards fast growing countries in BRIC, and advanced economies including y USA, Japan” • Draft agreement with Heritage Council to establish a website in the first instance as portal for Work Package 7 • Purpose is the communication and dissemination of information externally outside the European Union Working together to strengthen research in Europe 11
  • 12. What value research? • European Union 2004 document "Looking beyond tomorrow - Scientific research in the European Union" • "Research is an investment in our future well-being" • "fruits of efforts made today may not be visible for several years" • “failure to invest now will cost future generations dearly" Working together to strengthen research in Europe 12
  • 13. Theme 6 Again • Document “FP7 Cooperation Work Programme 2010: Environment (including climate change)” - issued 29 July 2009 as C(2009) 5893 • Section “Co-operation” Theme 6 deals with “Environment (including Climate Change)” • Sets out “Activity 6.3, Environmental technologies” Working together to strengthen research in Europe 13
  • 14. Tasks - Activity 6.3 • Sub-Activity 6.3.2 - "Protection, conservation and enhancement of cultural heritage, including human habitat" • Indicative budget of EUR 8 500 000 - including EUR 5 000 000 contribution to the Public-Private Partnership “Energy-efficient Buildings” Working together to strengthen research in Europe 14
  • 15. Four Sub-Area Tasks • Area 6.3.2.1 - "Assessment and conservation in cultural heritage" • Area 6.3.2.2 - "Networking, knowledge transfer and optimisation of results in cultural heritage" • Area 6.3.2.3 - "Environment technologies for archaeology and landscapes" • Area 6.3.2.4 - "Fostering the integration of cultural heritage in urban and rural settings” • But - Area 6.3.2.2 and Area 6.3.2.3 are not open in 2010. Working together to strengthen research in Europe 15
  • 16. 2010 Sub-Activities - I • Area 6.3.2.1 - Assessment and conservation in cultural heritage • ENV.2010.3.2.1-1 specifies “Non-destructive diagnosis technologies for the safe conservation of movable cultural assets” • Funding scheme - Collaborative Project small or medium-scale focused research project • Targeted for SMEs Working together to strengthen research in Europe 16
  • 17. 2010 Sub-Activities - II • Area 6.3.2.4 - Fostering the integration of cultural heritage in urban and rural Settings • ENV.2010.3.2.4-1 specifies “Compatible solutions for improving the energy efficiency of historic buildings in urban areas” • Funding scheme - Collaborative Project as large scale integrating project, upper financial contribution EUR 5 000 000 Working together to strengthen research in Europe 17
  • 18. So Not This Year • Area 6.3.2.2 - Networking, knowledge transfer and optimisation of results in cultural heritage • Area 6.3.2.3 - Environment technologies for archaeology and landscapes • Raises question if they will be ‘open’ in 2011 • Raises question of what will be ‘open’ in 2012 and 2013 Working together to strengthen research in Europe 18
  • 19. Future Background • 30th June 2010, Brussels, Communication from the Commission • “Europe, the world's No 1 tourist destination - a new political framework for tourism in Europe” • views tourism as a major economic and developmental factor within the Union Working together to strengthen research in Europe 19
  • 20. Patrimony - Cohesion • EU views Europe's cultural heritage as the world's most diverse and rich patrimony • it attracts millions of visitors every year to monuments, historical city centres, archaeological sites and museums • this heritage is an important component of the individual and collective identity of Member States • in both its tangible and intangible forms it contributes to the cohesion of the European Union and plays a fundamental role in European integration by creating links between its citizens Working together to strengthen research in Europe 20
  • 21. Ireland’s Input • Work Package 7 runs up to end of 2013 • What other Tasks that will come to the table in that time? • Framework Programme 8? • Priming pumps for the future - an opportunity Working together to strengthen research in Europe 21
  • 22. • Sin É • Thank you Working together to strengthen research in Europe 22
  • 23. Cultural Heritage and Global Change: a new challenge for Europe Working together to strengthen research in Europe 23