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Restoration and conservation of coastal and submerged heritage using soluti...

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Specific coastal cultural landscapes emerged on the shores and sea beds are a tangible European collective heritage, and the nanotechnologies constitute a great promise for facing these challenges in the domain of environmental conservation. The nanotechnologies constitute a great promise for facing these challenges in the domain of environmental conservation, giving that, it was found important analysing the links of nanotechnology to the marine environment though cultural heritage.

The nanotechnology sector and the implications of the research on it are both very wide, they give rise to numerous concerns about wider social and ethical issues regarding unintended long-term consequences, social and financial risks, issues of governance and control and fundamental issues about life and human identity. Here comes the RRI, that is expected to reassure society about embracing innovative products and services, assessing the risks and the way these risks should be managed, through the leveraging on public engagement, gender equality, science education, open access and open science, ethics and governance. Notwithstanding this relatively easy approach, to date the RRI dimensions and policies are still very limited towards the industries and policy makers.

In this context, the MARINA project is setting up a Knowledge Sharing Platform (KSP), catalysing and organising the convergence of already existing networks, communities, on-line platforms and services related to marine and ocean water, all focusing on building awareness and synergies in the RRI domain.

We will create added value through a collaborative debate by using participatory and interactive methods, among different subjects, organisations and initiatives invited. Based on a 3 triggering questions, we will use them as interaction start-up enabling the discussion of potential solutions and methods bounding the 3 different stages of heritage governance: restoration, fruition, conservation.

The main result will be the definition of a path towards the exploitation of methodologies and policies helping the local communities, local and national stakeholders and policy makers to remove barriers limiting the adoption of RRI, that will converge into guidelines of mutual research between the marine and the nanotechnologies sectors.

Agenda:

08:45 - 09.15 Arrival and coffee/tea

09:15 - 09:30 Welcome and workshop’ themes introduction

09:30 - 11:00 Creation of a common ground about the state of the art in RRI and Nanotechnologies

11:00 - 11:15 Coffee break

11:15 - 12:30 the Collaborative debate (part 1): Evaluating the first triggering question (restoration)

12:30 - 13:30 Lunch break

13:30 - 14:45 the Collaborative debate (part 2): Evaluating the second triggering question (fruition)

14:45 - 15:00 Coffee break

15:00 - 16:15 the Collaborative debate (part 3): Evaluating the third triggering question (conservation)

16:15 - 17:00 highlights and conclusions: the potential connections

17:00 - 17:30 final questions & answers, closing the workshop

http://150.146.207.39/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/euflag.pngMARINA project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under GA No. 710566

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