The following institutions have worked from 2009 until today in the joined research project Climate Change and its impact on the monuments.



ICCROM is an intergovernmental organization dedicated to the conservation of cultural heritage. Its members are individual states which have declared their adhesion to it. It exists to serve the international community as represented by its Member States, which currently number 133.

ICCROM contributes to preserving cultural heritage in the world today and for the future through five main areas of activity:

Training, Information, Research, Cooperation and Advocacy

Canadian Conservation Institute


The Canadian Conservation Institute (CCI) is a Special Operating Agency within the Department of Canadian Heritage. The Institute was created in 1972 to promote the proper care and preservation of Canada’s cultural heritage and to advance the practice, science, and technology of conservation.

University of Kent



Known as the ‘UK’s European university’, Kent has UK campuses in Canterbury and Medway,specialist postgraduate centres in Brussels, Paris, Athens and Rome, and has over 100 European partners, including the highest ranking institutions of several countries.

UCL Qatar



UCL Qatar is a unique partnership between UCL, Qatar Foundation and Qatar Museums Authority. UCL is the first British university to open a campus in Qatar, offering postgraduate degree programmes in the areas of Archaeology, Conservation, Cultural Heritage and Museum Studies.

Exhibition working team



Dr. Evangelos Kyriakides,
Dr. Stavroula Golfomitsou,
Laura–Melpomeni Tapini


Exhibition Curation & Graphic elaboration:

Laura–Melpomeni Tapini


Educational programmes:

Dr. Maria Kokolaki, Maria Dogkogianni


Texts by:

Section Climate change:
Marija Kamber, Maro Magoula

Section Climate Change & Monuments:
Theofanis Karafotias, Angie Bugeja, Molly Hude


Text editing:

Dr. Evangelos Kyriakides


Special thanks for advisory:

Katherine Hummelt, Christina Kontaxi, Dr. Panagiota Pantzou



Exhibition poster: Alexandra Iliadou



Angie Bugeja, Theofanis Karafotias, Sergios Soursos, Greenpeace Greece,
Planito figure: Laura–Melpomeni Tapini



Laura–Melpomeni Tapini



Afroditi Loukaiti, ​Zoe Plaka, Evangelia Pelentridou, Stelios Nikolakakis

Material kindly provided from

Project Benefactor

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