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Saint-Étienne promotes sustainability, inclusion, and aesthetics through “New European Bauhaus” initiative | Creative Cities Network Skip to main content Languages English Français Español 中文 Toggle navigation Brand ABOUT US Themes Countries Partnerships Join Us Resources Creative Cities Network Toggle navigation Home Creative Cities What's On About us Why Creativity? (...) Annual Conferences Management documents Reporting & monitoring Use of the logo Cities Response to COVID-19 Media and Interviews Contact Join the Network Call for Applications Frequently Asked Questions COVID-19 Saint-Étienne promotes sustainability, inclusion, and aesthetics through “New European Bauhaus” initiative Saint-Étienne Design Saint-Étienne promotes sustainability, inclusion, and aesthetics through “New European Bauhaus” initiative When:  Thu, 03/25/2021 Saint-Étienne (France), a UNESCO Creative City of Design since 2010, alongside other members of BEDA (The Bureau of European Design Association) recently joined the “New European Bauhaus” initiative launched by the European Commission. (...) With the aim of achieving the 2050 European Green Deal and Recovery Plan, the initiative revolves around three main pillars: sustainability, inclusion and aesthetics. Led by multidisciplinary teams including designers, architects, artists, engineers and students, the project will be implemented over 5 years, and structured across three different phases.
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Score: 1328125.8 - https://en.unesco.org/creative-cities/node/1841
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Saint-Étienne promotes sustainability, inclusion, and aesthetics through “New European Bauhaus” initiative | Creative Cities Network Skip to main content Languages English Français Español 中文 Toggle navigation Brand ABOUT US Themes Countries Partnerships Join Us Resources Creative Cities Network Toggle navigation Home Creative Cities What's On About us Why Creativity? (...) Annual Conferences Management documents Reporting & monitoring Use of the logo Cities Response to COVID-19 Media and Interviews Contact Join the Network Call for Applications Frequently Asked Questions COVID-19 Saint-Étienne promotes sustainability, inclusion, and aesthetics through “New European Bauhaus” initiative Saint-Étienne Design Saint-Étienne promotes sustainability, inclusion, and aesthetics through “New European Bauhaus” initiative When:  Thu, 03/25/2021 Saint-Étienne (France), a UNESCO Creative City of Design since 2010, alongside other members of BEDA (The Bureau of European Design Association) recently joined the “New European Bauhaus” initiative launched by the European Commission. (...) With the aim of achieving the 2050 European Green Deal and Recovery Plan, the initiative revolves around three main pillars: sustainability, inclusion and aesthetics. Led by multidisciplinary teams including designers, architects, artists, engineers and students, the project will be implemented over 5 years, and structured across three different phases.
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Score: 1328125.8 - https://en.unesco.org/creative...s-through-new-european-bauhaus
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Sind: a glimpse into the Aesthetic impulses and cultural expressions | Silk Roads Programme Skip to main content Silk Roads Programme About About the Silk Roads The UNESCO Silk Roads Programme The International Network for the Silk Roads Programme Silk Roads Youth Research Grant Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest Who are we? Themes Festivals Documentary Heritage Intangible Cultural Heritage Languages and Endangered Languages Movable Heritage and Artefacts Traditional Craftsmanship Underwater Heritage World Cultural Heritage World Natural Heritage, Biosphere Reserves and Geoparks In Action Cities Institutions Museums Publications Knowledge Bank Countries Silk Roads Photo Contest UnescoLogo_AI Building peace in the minds of men and women Search English English Français Русский العربية 中文 Español Sind: a glimpse into the Aesthetic impulses and cultural expressions During the last 1,000 years, the vast and highly diverse area that stretches from the Mediterranean across to Sind in Pakistan has been an extraordinary melting pot of cultural and aesthetic diversity. (...) Despite a relatively limited range of religious symbols and forms, Muslims diversified their architectural and ornamental tradition to fuse a range of influences, including Arab, Syrian, Moghul and local traditions, which were applied to architecture, ceramics, textiles, metalwork, glassware and stone-carving.
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Score: 1310343.1 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...ulses-and-cultural-expressions
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Cultural services | Ecosystem Services & Biodiversity (ESB) | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english français Español Ecosystem Services & Biodiversity (ESB) Background Valuation Practices Policy Incentives Resources Cultural services The non-material benefits people obtain from ecosystems are called ‘ cultural services '. They include aesthetic inspiration, cultural identity, sense of home, and spiritual experience related to the natural environment. (...) This cultural ecosystem service includes both benefits to visitors and income opportunities for nature tourism service providers. (...) Fish in public aquaria, wild species in tropical reefs, in crowded streams during spawning, or in lakes and along coasts, generate highly valued aesthetic services. Oceans have inspired artists and engineers for centuries.
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Score: 1225049.2 - https://www.fao.org/ecosystem-...ckground/cultural-services/en/
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Cultural services | Экосистемные услуги и биоразнообразие (ЭУБ) | Продовольственная и сельскохозяйственная организация Объединенных Наций FAO.org english français Русский Español Экосистемные услуги и биоразнообразие (ЭУБ) Справочная информация Оценка Передовой опыт Политика Стимулирование Ресурсы Cultural services The non-material benefits people obtain from ecosystems are called ‘ cultural services '. They include aesthetic inspiration, cultural identity, sense of home, and spiritual experience related to the natural environment. (...) This cultural ecosystem service includes both benefits to visitors and income opportunities for nature tourism service providers. (...) Fish in public aquaria, wild species in tropical reefs, in crowded streams during spawning, or in lakes and along coasts, generate highly valued aesthetic services. Oceans have inspired artists and engineers for centuries.
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Score: 1225049.2 - https://www.fao.org/ecosystem-...ckground/cultural-services/ru/
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Cultural services | خدمات النظام الإيكولوجي والتنوّع البيولوجي | منظمة الأغذية والزراعة للأمم المتحدة FAO.org العربية english français Español خدمات النظام الإيكولوجي والتنوّع البيولوجي الخلفية التقييم الممارسات السياسات الحوافز الموارد Cultural services The non-material benefits people obtain from ecosystems are called ‘ cultural services '. They include aesthetic inspiration, cultural identity, sense of home, and spiritual experience related to the natural environment. (...) This cultural ecosystem service includes both benefits to visitors and income opportunities for nature tourism service providers. (...) Fish in public aquaria, wild species in tropical reefs, in crowded streams during spawning, or in lakes and along coasts, generate highly valued aesthetic services. Oceans have inspired artists and engineers for centuries.
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Score: 1225049.2 - https://www.fao.org/ecosystem-...ckground/cultural-services/ar/
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All the same, one can hardly imagine that a scientist, even a highly specialized one, could wholly ignore the sense of the aesthetic, since he must have it to picture the complex physical phenomena of our universe as well as the aesthetic needs of mankind to which his work is dedicated. (...) The investigation of human perception has not yet been carried very far in the aesthetic sphere; but even so, the transposition of the rhythm of life into aesthetic rhythm is a particularly interesting feature of Malina's work. (...) Since then, he became Professor Emeritus of Aesthetics and the Science of Art at the University of Paris VIII.
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Score: 1190096.1 - https://en.unesco.org/courier/...bre-1963/arte-luz-y-movimiento
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All the same, one can hardly imagine that a scientist, even a highly specialized one, could wholly ignore the sense of the aesthetic, since he must have it to picture the complex physical phenomena of our universe as well as the aesthetic needs of mankind to which his work is dedicated. (...) The investigation of human perception has not yet been carried very far in the aesthetic sphere; but even so, the transposition of the rhythm of life into aesthetic rhythm is a particularly interesting feature of Malina's work. (...) Since then, he became Professor Emeritus of Aesthetics and the Science of Art at the University of Paris VIII.
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Score: 1190096.1 - https://en.unesco.org/courier/...963/movement-light-today-s-art
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All the same, one can hardly imagine that a scientist, even a highly specialized one, could wholly ignore the sense of the aesthetic, since he must have it to picture the complex physical phenomena of our universe as well as the aesthetic needs of mankind to which his work is dedicated. (...) The investigation of human perception has not yet been carried very far in the aesthetic sphere; but even so, the transposition of the rhythm of life into aesthetic rhythm is a particularly interesting feature of Malina's work. (...) Since then, he became Professor Emeritus of Aesthetics and the Science of Art at the University of Paris VIII.
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Score: 1190096.1 - https://en.unesco.org/courier/...963/movement-light-today-s-art
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These measures should include, in particular, the supervision of works and activities likely to damage landscapes and sites, for example : The construction of all types of public and private buildings. (...) Urban and rural planning schemes should be drawn up in order of urgency, specifically for towns or regions in process of rapid development, where the protection of the aesthetic or picturesque character of the town or region justifies the establishment of such schemes.   (...) When, in a scheduled zone, the aesthetic character is of prime importance, scheduling "by zones" should involve control of plots and observation of certain general requirements of an aesthetic order covering the use of materials, and their colour, height standards, precautions to be taken to conceal disturbances of the soil resulting from the construction of dams and the operation of quarries, and regulations governing the cutting down of trees, etc. 18.
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Score: 1188033.1 - https://en.unesco.org/about-us...eauty-and-character-landscapes
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