Between February and April 2017 CSS-Ebla actively took part in a series of seminars organized by the EU projects course of the University of Turin’s “Environmental, Cultural and Territorial Economics” MA Course, on the topic of European Cooperation Programs, focusing on  cultural and environmental resources.

The seminars included speeches by Massimo Carcione (Piedmont Region), Erminia Sciacchitano (Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities – Bruxelles branch) and Cassiano Luminati (Val Poschiavo Regional Center).

The meetings also was an opportunity to discuss the Stupinigi Royal Palace (UNESCO World Heritage Site) and of its natural and rural compounds, as a case study for the creation and development of specific european cooperation-based projects.