The paper addresses the issue of global sustainability goals, of which the strong relevance of goals 11 and 13 for the issues of rehabilitation of historic built buildings is highlighted. The New European Bauhaus and Green Deal movements are highlighted, referring to policies and measures aimed at a new, quality, more ecological and inclusive idea of architecture. The role of heritage and the rehabilitation of buildings from the past is also addressed, as well as the importance of a green turnaround, in which the built heritage is an important part of achieving community goals. In the context of the ecological transition, the 2019 ICOMOS and 2021 Europa Nostra documents are addressed in summary, showing how the subject of architecture, landscapes and intangible things of the past are the identity structure on which Europe is founded and should be treated as such. An examination of the data and indications in the latest IPCC 2022 report shows that the situation can be reversed if action is taken now. The situation of energy efficiency and climate change measures for historic buildings in Italy is described, which, with the exception of some guidelines from 2012 and 2015, is currently based on the government's Bonus measures, with the related problems. Restoration is facing an important moment in which its ontological scope is being questioned. In addition to quality and environmental requirements for listed buildings, it has to face the challenge of historic buildings, which in Italy reaches truly significant numbers.

Tra sostenibilità ambientale e contrasto ai cambiamenti climatici. Quali scenari per il restauro?

Trovo, Francesco
2022-01-01

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The paper addresses the issue of global sustainability goals, of which the strong relevance of goals 11 and 13 for the issues of rehabilitation of historic built buildings is highlighted. The New European Bauhaus and Green Deal movements are highlighted, referring to policies and measures aimed at a new, quality, more ecological and inclusive idea of architecture. The role of heritage and the rehabilitation of buildings from the past is also addressed, as well as the importance of a green turnaround, in which the built heritage is an important part of achieving community goals. In the context of the ecological transition, the 2019 ICOMOS and 2021 Europa Nostra documents are addressed in summary, showing how the subject of architecture, landscapes and intangible things of the past are the identity structure on which Europe is founded and should be treated as such. An examination of the data and indications in the latest IPCC 2022 report shows that the situation can be reversed if action is taken now. The situation of energy efficiency and climate change measures for historic buildings in Italy is described, which, with the exception of some guidelines from 2012 and 2015, is currently based on the government's Bonus measures, with the related problems. Restoration is facing an important moment in which its ontological scope is being questioned. In addition to quality and environmental requirements for listed buildings, it has to face the challenge of historic buildings, which in Italy reaches truly significant numbers.
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