The report “Strengthening the resilience of cultural heritage to climate change. Where the Green Deal Cultural Heritage” summarizes the work of the group of experts from the Union's Coordination Open (UCP), within the framework of the qualifying method, a set of key Europeans addressed to policy makers are formulated.
One of the valid policies through the ideal reporting of and attractive implementation to improve effectiveness through the inclusion of heritage, provided all efficient policies, stability and cultural action.
Attached to the report are the executive summary with as many as ten members and the compilation of 83 good practices from 26 Member States, covering all types of tangible and intangible heritage. “Portugal has a good artificial intelligence system” and “Only artificial intelligence for the preservation of cultural heritage”.
See, here, the report, executive summary and best practices.