CRIA – From drought to unsustainability of intangible, genetic and natural heritage

[CRIA – Da seca à insustentabilidade de patrimónios imateriais, genéticos e naturais]

As part of the 2022 European Heritage Days, CRIA – Center for Research in Anthropology promoted on September 23, 2022, the meeting “From drought to unsustainability of intangible, genetic and natural heritage: the end of a world in the Park Born in Montesinho”.
Taking place at Iscte – Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, the proposal was to discuss climate change, heritage and sustainability. Leandro Pereira França, member of the Portuguese EcoHeritage team, presented the project as a way to show European ecomuseums as a safeguarding tool.

The event also featured journalist Inês Subtil, biologist and anthropologist Margarida Lopes Fernandes and was moderated by economist and anthropologist Júlio Sá Rêgo.

For more information: CRIA.

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