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Temporary uses as Start-up actions to enhance port (in)tangible heritage
3.1: Make natural and cultural heritage a leverage for sustainable and more balanced territorial development
Creation of the new urban attractors it is possible to enhance the dismissed and archaeological ports’ areas, reducing the touristic pressure along with the coastal areas in a specific period of the year, and favoring the redistribution of visitors and population, and the extension of touristic seasonality by promotion and improvement of accessibilities and by involving a target groups in actions.
TEMPUS project aims to bring out a successful practicing joint methodology based on the startup of Temporary Uses Actions as trigger actions for a wider scale Cultural Resources Valorization and Regeneration Processes of urban ports heritage implemented thanks to a community-led strategic design. Further on, a tool-kit for a spreading a new HD entrepreneurial couture will be developed and finally, the TEMPUS web platform for supports to CBC actions will be set and launch as open-source supporting the rebranding of the touristic-percieved identity of TEMPUS cities, and the implementation of the joint visibility and promotional strategy aims at maximizing positive spillovers through a redistribution of touristic fluxes as well as their overall increase.
ITC-CNR – Institute for Construction Technologies - National Research Council of Italy
Cultural and natural heritage management bodies
Associations, regional innovation agencies
Education and training organisations as well as universities and research institutes
Local, regional and national public authorities
Regional and local development agencies, enterprises
(SMEs within cultural and creative ind., environmental and tourism sector...)
TEMPUS will enhance the heritage of urban ports by adopting a common approach and at the same time by strengthening the peculiarities of different locations between the two coasts of the Adriatic Sea. To this extent, TEMPUS will build a community of practice devoted to heritage-driven sustainable development and to the creation of joint visibility and valorization frameworks, and will display site-to-site on-field pop-up exhibitions allowing visitors to gain knowledge and awareness about local port heritage, and about the close relations connecting the Adriatic port cities. Finally, an ad-hoc ICT environment will be developed, aimed at supporting the TEMPUS community, at offering structured and evocative virtual touristic itineraries meeting also the needs of disadvantaged visitors, and at gathering scientific and people-sourced port CH contents.
F&F – Tempus
NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF ITALY - CNR
VIA LOMBARDIA, 49
Milano - Italy
CNR is the largest public R&D institution in Italy; its mission is to promote innovation&competitiveness of IT industrial system, to promote the internationalization of IT research system, to provide technologies and solutions to emerging public/private needs, to advice Government and to contribute to the qualification of HR. The TEMPUS will be coordinated by ITC-CNR's branch in Bari.
Contact person: Antonio Occhiuzzi
C.N.A. National Confederation of Handcrafts and of SMEs - Territorial Association of Ravenna
CNA is the National confederation of craft, SMEs and specialised workers. At local level, CNA RA supports entrepreneurs in their daily efforts, and offers a set of services: support to the creation of new enterprisies; consultancy & capacity building to woman and young entrepreneurship; financial & credit consultancy for promotion, internalization and commercialization; information & consultancy on EU regulations.
Contact person: Flavio Bergonzoni
Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna, Department of History and Cultures UOS Ravenna
The Ravenna Archaeology Section of the Department of History and Cultures (DISCI) of the UNBO has a solid backgroud in archaeological research of the Adriatic area and a relevant knowledge in the recovery of the historical memory of ancient port districts. The DISCI offers a stimulating research and learning environment, thanks to the work of several interdisciplinary research groups that connect researchers, graduate and PhD students within a wide network of international relations.
Contact person: Federica Boschi
Certimac – Building Materials Certification
CertiMaC is a Research & Technology Transfer Laboratory for Innovation in Building & Construction, founded by CNR and ENEA (National Agency for Energy Efficiency) - the two main Italian research bodies. It offers a wide range of services related to R&D, training and certification for traditional and innovative materials, particulary about Energy Efficiency, Building Envelope and Energy Retrofit Process.
Contact person: Luca Laghi
Rijeka Development Agency Porin Ltd.
Rijeka Development Agency PORIN is a supporting institution for the achievement of strategic & programmatic goals of the City of Rijeka and the wider region. To this extent, RDA PORIN promotes regional economic development by implementing projects aimed at designing strategic plans & programmes and at creating a high-quality business climate, thus improving regional potentials and human capital.
Contact person: Nevenka Kos
Public Institution Rera Sd for Coordination and Development of Split-Dalmatia County
PI RERA S.D. is regional development agency and interdisciplinary institution established by Split-Dalmatia County for the purpose of preparation and implementation of projects related to the regional development. Its primary role is to assist public entities in SD county to prepare and implement their projects, mostly financed by EU funds. PI RERA S.D. employs 41 highly educated persons with multidisciplinary knowledge and rich experience gained by working on numerous EU projects.
Contact person: Helena Brčić
City of Solin
City of Solin is located in Dalmatia, N-E of Split. Thanks to 20th Century's industrialization, the city tuned into an independent Municipality, included in Split's conurbation. Solin is growing fast and it has almost reached its spatial limits regarding administrative and geographical parameters. Urban renewal of built zones where industrial and port facilities are placed, is needed to avoid further urban sprawl, to activate the existing potentials and to re-define the identity of the city.
Contact person: Frane Polić
Maritime and History Museum of the Croatian Littoral Rijeka
PPMHP has been collecting, preserving, processing and interpreting objects related to the history and culture of Rijeka, Primorje-Gorski Kotar County and Croatia, for decades, in a time span from prehistory to modern ages. With its permanent display and many valuable exhibits from its own holdings or of other museums of Croatia and neighboring countries, it belongs to the international cultural network.
Contact person: Valentina Bićanić
City of Rijeka
Rijeka is the administrative and cultural center of the Primorje-Gorski kotar County. Croatia's third inhabited city and main international seaport. Rijeka has an institutional policy authority to answer the needs of citizens and businesses. Rijeka entitled its programme as EU Capital of Culture (2020) „Port of diversity“ where 7 lines of action will pursue the city's ambition of leveraging its port heritage as fuel for future development.
Contact person: Suzana Belošević Romac
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