European Sustainable Development Week at Sant Pau

Visitors to UNESCO World Heritage site will learn about the sustainability criteria applied in recent restoration works, as well as the programs of international offices working in support of UNSDGs.

In the setting of the Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site, declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 1997, more than 2,000 visitors of all ages and origins will enjoy free entrance and access to buildings and gardens on Sunday, June 3rd. Moreover, they will have access to audiovisual materials and publications about the UNSDGs, Sant Pau’s environmental and energy-efficiency measures, as well as international program offices located on site. Guided tours to some of these offices will also be offered, in order to present research, policy analysis, cooperation, training and communications projects in relation to UNSDGs 6, 7, 11, 12, 15 and 17. 



El diumenge, 3 de juny, més de 2.000 visitants de totes les edats i procedències accediran de forma gratuïta als edificis i jardins del Recinte Modernista de Sant Pau, declarat Patrimoni Mundial per la UNESCO en 1997. Els visitants tindran accés a publicacions i materials audiovisuals sobre els Objectius de Desenvolupament Sostenible de les Nacions Unides (ODS), l’eficiència energètica i els criteris mediambientals del recinte, així com el treball de programes multilaterals ubicats a Sant Pau. Visites guiades a algunes de les oficines serviran per presentar la seva tasca de recerca, anàlisi de polítiques, cooperació, formació i comunicació en suport dels ODS 6, 7, 11, 12, 15 i 17.

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