(Natural) disasters and catastrophes threaten not only the preservation of our cultural heritage with its cultural, historical and artistic values, but also the safety of visitors, employees and the local population. There is also no doubt that they have a negative impact on the regional economy and on tourism.

The ProteCHt2save project aims to improve the capacity of the public and private sectors to deal with the impacts of climate change and natural disasters on cultural heritage sites and cultural property.


Logo Interreg Central EuropeInterreg CENTRAL EUROPE is a European Union funding programme to support transnational cooperation with the aim of making Central Europe more resilient to challenges that know no borders and cannot be solved alone.

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Bonazza, A.; Kaiser, A.; Sardella, A.; Cacciotti, R.; De Nuntiis, P.; Hanus, Ch.; Drdácký, T.; Maxwell, I.; Drdácký, M. (2021). Elements for a sustainable management of cultural heritage at risk in a changing environment. Restauratorenblätter - Papers in Conservation, 38: 85-97

Bonazza, A.; Sardella, A.; Kaiser, A.; Cacciotti, R.; De Nuntiis, P.; Hanus, Ch.; Maxvell, I.; Drdácký, T.; Drdácký, M. (2021). Safeguarding cultural heritage from climate change related hydrometeorological hazards in Central Europe. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, vol. 63 (2021): 1-20

Kaiser, A. (2020). Forschung zum Schutz unseres kulturellen Erbes. Ein Rückblick auf das EU Projekt ProteCHt2save. VÖKK, 2+3/2020: 17-18


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