Cultural heritage preservation in the focus of calls for climate-smart sustainability
Congress Center Leipzig (CCL) - Multi purpose area 4
Goal: The major challenges of climate change reach all areas and are increasingly the focus of a wide range of tasks. This also affects the areas of cultural heritage conservation and monument preservation. The Green Deal at the European level and the political goals set in the new coalition agreement at the federal level are the benchmarks.
Demands for the sustainability of cultural building projects and the restoration of monuments are also on the agenda. The preservation of monuments is seen as sustainable and resource-saving per se. The certification discussion irritates and alarms the cultural heritage world. Contradictions and misunderstandings in the ongoing debate, but especially the need for an approach adapted to the specifics of cultural heritage preservation, make a dialogue between cultural heritage preservationists, heritage conservationists, experts and professional politicians urgently necessary. The Cultural Heritage Green Paper of 2021 addresses the challenges and deserves to be more widely publicised. Not least, the event at denkmal is intended to make a contribution to this.
Chair: Dr. Uwe Koch
Introduction to the topic - Cultural heritage and climate-friendly refurbishment. Assessing a field of tension - Dr. Christoph Rauhut, State Conservator Berlin
2. renovation of the Weimar Palace and the sustainability discussion - concept, objectives, challenges - Foundation of Weimar Classicism
3. climate-neutral monument renovation and requirements for private owners, DSD
4. measurable sustainability - experiences with climate-neutral monument renovation from the perspective of an architect - N.N.,
5th Cultural Heritage Green Paper - Europa Nostra
- Ms Budde, Member of the Bundestag Chairwoman of the Committee on Culture and the Media
- Dr. Rauhut
- Europa Nostra