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Valorization of Wood Cultural Heritage (WCH) for Sustainable Future in Danube Region / Lucia Hrubalová ; Dario Innocenti ; Bresena Kopliku ; Sanja Lončar ; Alexandra-Camelia Porta ; István Valánszki.

By: Hrubalová, Lucia.
Contributor(s): Innocenti, Dario [aut] | Kopliku, Bresena [aut] | Lončar, Sanja, etnologinja [aut] | Porta, Alexandra-Camelia [aut] | Valánszki, István [aut].
Material type: ArticleArticlePublisher: 2015Description: 117-132 str.Other title: Valorization of Wood Cultural Heritage (WCH) for Sustainable Future in Danube Region [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 6.08 | wood cultural heritage, sustainable development, rural areas, Danube Region | wood cultural heritage, sustainable development, rural areas, Danube RegionOnline resources: Click here to access online In: DIAnet International school proceedings. The role of cultural heritage for the sustainable development of the Danube Region, Gorizia 14th-23rd March 2015 str. 117-132Summary: Rural areas in the Danube Region face economic, societal, cultural and environmental challenges. They are rich in diverse cultural heritage which is often neglected and not taken into consideration as a potential resource for development. Wood resources form an integral part of tangible and intangible cultural heritage. As an environmentally friendly material, wood can play an important role in sustainable development. Valorization of wood traditions according to present needs may help to mitigate and overcome problems of rural areas. The general objective of the project is the sustainable rural development through valorization of wood cultural heritage. Wood cultural heritage may be seen as an asset to enhance economic development in rural areas. Transfer of knowledge on wood cultural heritage and its importance will improve the social relations in local communities and raise awareness on environmental issues.
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Rural areas in the Danube Region face economic, societal, cultural and environmental challenges. They are rich in diverse cultural heritage which is often neglected and not taken into consideration as a potential resource for development. Wood resources form an integral part of tangible and intangible cultural heritage. As an environmentally friendly material, wood can play an important role in sustainable development. Valorization of wood traditions according to present needs may help to mitigate and overcome problems of rural areas. The general objective of the project is the sustainable rural development through valorization of wood cultural heritage. Wood cultural heritage may be seen as an asset to enhance economic development in rural areas. Transfer of knowledge on wood cultural heritage and its importance will improve the social relations in local communities and raise awareness on environmental issues.

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