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Living Lab
13/10/2022 Liège 

Living Lab

Underground Landscapes

Exploring the limestone, zinc and coal post-mining underground landscape as an opportunity for cross-border sustainable development
Detail of the SUBTERRANEA Map (Dear Hunter)
Detail of the SUBTERRANEA Map (Dear Hunter)

Without a doubt, we are currently in a time of great change. Global warming is now a tangible phenomenon with more and more temperature records, drought and devastating weather phenomena – directly here at our doorstep. On top of that, the health crisis has made us question our value concepts and structures, and war is now forcing us to rethink the global resource flows we consume.

We warmly invite you to join our Living-Lab to explore together the topic of the underground post-mining landscape from a cross-border perspective. Does this exceptional Built Heritage also represent an opportunity for cross-border sustainable territorial development?

We kindly ask you to let us know by 27 September via this Google form whether you will be attending. There are still a few places left.

Please let us know about your expectations for this event and do not hesitate to contact us if you have any question.

The event is organised in collaboration with Prof. Rita Occhiuto from the Lab. Ville Territoire Paysage at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Liège and in the framework of the European COST Action "CA18110 Underground Built Heritage as catalyser for CommunityValorization" and will be held in English.

Programme 13/10/2022
Mine de calcaire
Mine de calcaire
Flora calaminaire
Flora calaminaire
Paysage de charbon
Paysage de charbon
Logo Euregio Maas-Rhein
Logo Provinz Limburg
Logo Provinz Limburg B
Logo Vlaanderen
Logo Wallonie
Logo Ostbelgien
Logo Stadt Aachen
Logo Städteregion Aachen
Logo NRW
Logo Provinz Liege
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