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building resilience to climate change through Cultural Heritage and Urban Arts

ClimAID is an innovative European project that combines cultural heritage, climate change, and urban art activities. The project aims to promote the use of cultural heritage practices as a means of addressing climate change through arts and technologies. The main output in the ClimAID Open Resource Platform is the Virtual Reality application “Mills on Mars” – you can access it here for free: enjoy!

Project Summary

Welcome to ClimAID, where the rich tapestry of cultural heritage intertwines with climate change resilience and the vibrant world of Urban Art. Our innovative project is a celebration of heritage practices, weaving them into the fabric of climate change solutions through the expressive mediums of arts and technology – check here the main website:

In the face of an ever-evolving climate, societies have historically adapted, and ClimAID seeks to unlock the wealth of insights embedded in cultural heritage, turning the narrative from climate impact to cultural solutions.

Embarking on a transformative journey across Europe, ClimAID employs a unique research methodology to unearth and champion the best cultural heritage practices. These treasures will be shared with the world through a dynamic fusion of digital education and Urban Art. Picture a toolbox of time-tested strategies integrated into an open resource platform, inviting users to immerse themselves in a 3D environment of these impactful practices.