Sustainable development is a process of change that sees culture as the cornerstone and the key that facilitates the reading of the dynamics in place, to know and balance the long-term nature of the SGDs. Cultural heritage, city, and museum are extremely interconnected, and the museum should play a fundamental role in this context as a social third space able to respond flexibly and resiliently to SDGs localization process. To understand how to act it is neces-sary to know how museums perceive the SDGs, if and how they incorporate them into their policies and what are the forecasts in response to the general urban crisis we are experiencing. Starting from a vast literature, specific ob-jectives and targets were selected, interviews were conducted aimed at specific stakeholders, an assessment of the percentage of incidence for each target was obtained, as well as were extrapolated keywords useful to feed the dia-logue between institutions operating in culture-led urban regeneration.

Convention Concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage and SDGs. Research and interviews about the role of museums as cultural hubs for the sustainable management, accessibility, and climate change in the context of urban regeneration processes (Special issue_rivista classe A) / Turchetti, Gaia. - In: RESTAURO ARCHEOLOGICO. - ISSN 1724-9686. - (2022).

Convention Concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage and SDGs. Research and interviews about the role of museums as cultural hubs for the sustainable management, accessibility, and climate change in the context of urban regeneration processes (Special issue_rivista classe A)

gaia turchetti
2022

Abstract

Sustainable development is a process of change that sees culture as the cornerstone and the key that facilitates the reading of the dynamics in place, to know and balance the long-term nature of the SGDs. Cultural heritage, city, and museum are extremely interconnected, and the museum should play a fundamental role in this context as a social third space able to respond flexibly and resiliently to SDGs localization process. To understand how to act it is neces-sary to know how museums perceive the SDGs, if and how they incorporate them into their policies and what are the forecasts in response to the general urban crisis we are experiencing. Starting from a vast literature, specific ob-jectives and targets were selected, interviews were conducted aimed at specific stakeholders, an assessment of the percentage of incidence for each target was obtained, as well as were extrapolated keywords useful to feed the dia-logue between institutions operating in culture-led urban regeneration.
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