CSS-Ebla collaborates and takes part in several lessons about UNESCO World Heritage and sustainable development. These lessons are organized for the cultural projects planned for Environmental economics post graduate course at the University of Turin.
These lessons concern these topics:
– Management and governance of Piedmont territories already part of UNESCO list and also of those territories that aren’t part yet of UNESCO list. Especially the House of Savoy residences, vineyard landscape of Langhe – Roero e Monferrato and olive trees heritage of Ivrea.
These lessons benefit the help of Giuseppe Orefici, manager of the pre-Columbian Italian facility research. These lessons are also dedicated to the management of the archeological site of Nazca (Perù).