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N.º 25
2017
pp. 57-65

 

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Percursos possíveis para a Conservação e Restauro na gestão dos riscos do Património Construído: parcerias público-privadas em projectos de I&D (Projecto STORM)

Nuno Proença*, Maria João Revez 

Nova Conservação, Lda., Largo Vitorino Damásio, 3, 3.º Esq., 1200-872 Lisboa, Portugal

* nunoproenca@ncrestauro.pt

Resumo

O presente texto constitui uma reflexão sobre os papéis que o conservador-restaurador pode desempenhar no contexto dos esforços de redução dos riscos de desastres que a Europa dedica actualmente à protecção de bens patrimoniais. Além de se discutirem alguns aspectos relacionados com a contribuição da disciplina propriamente dita para a gestão dos riscos de desastres que ameaçam estes bens, são apresentados argumentos a favor de um crescente envolvimento do sector privado da Conservação e Restauro em acções de investigação e desenvolvimento, com o objectivo último de promover processos de tomada de decisão mais integradores no âmbito da conservação de Património Cultural. Neste contexto, apresenta-se ainda uma breve descrição do papel e experiência da Nova Conservação como um dos vinte parceiros do projecto STORM, financiado ao abrigo do programa Horizonte 2020.

Palavras-chave

Património Construído
Redução dos riscos de desastres
Conservação e Restauro
Parcerias público-privadas
Projecto STORM
Ruínas romanas de Tróia

Idioma

Inglês

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Possible routes for Conservation and Restoration in the risk management of Built Heritage: public-private partnerships within R&amp;D projects (Project STORM)

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10.14568/cp2017005

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Proença, N.; Revez, M. J., 'Possible routes for Conservation and Restoration in the risk management of Built Heritage: public-private partnerships within R&amp;D projects (Project STORM)', Conservar Património 25 (2017) 57-65, https://doi.org/10.14568/cp2017005.

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Proença, N., & Revez, M. J. (2017). Possible routes for Conservation and Restoration in the risk management of Built Heritage: public-private partnerships within R&amp;D projects (Project STORM). Conservar Património, 25 57-65. DOI:10.14568/cp2017005.

Chicago:
Proença, Nuno, and Maria João Revez. 2017. "Possible routes for Conservation and Restoration in the risk management of Built Heritage: public-private partnerships within R&amp;D projects (Project STORM)." Conservar Património 25:57-65. doi:10.14568/cp2017005.

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PROENÇA, Nuno; REVEZ, Maria João – Possible routes for Conservation and Restoration in the risk management of Built Heritage: public-private partnerships within R&amp;D projects (Project STORM). Conservar Património. [Em linha]. 25 (2017) 57-65 [Consult. ]. Disponível em WWW: <URL:https://doi.org/10.14568/cp2017005>. ISSN 21829942.

ABNT:
PROENÇA, Nuno; REVEZ, Maria João. Possible routes for Conservation and Restoration in the risk management of Built Heritage: public-private partnerships within R&amp;D projects (Project STORM). Conservar Património, Lisboa, v. 25, p. 57-65, 2017. Disponível em: <https://doi.org/10.14568/cp2017005>. Acesso em: .

História

Recebido: 2017-1-19
Revisto: 2017-3-6
Aceite: 2017-3-17
Online: 2017-4-9

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