languages of value

parameters that improve understanding
WahV believes it is crucial to define the parameters for better understanding transformations and trends in Venice. In the context of a continuous and consistent research process, we aim to objectively clarify some of the current dynamics at play, and to redefine them on the basis of identifiable values.
timeline
11/07/2022
The Telegraph UK & Vanity Fair Italy 01.07.22, On the planned tourist tax for day-trippers
11/07/2022
The Hindu 04.07.2022, The lexicon of loss for safeguarding Venice
17/05/2022
First meeting of the ONDEW project
20/09/2021
ONDEW – Let’s address climate change together
19/07/2021
Renewed appeal to place Venice and its Lagoon on the UNESCO List of World Heritage in Danger
23/02/2021
Recovery Fund
29/01/2021
EndsEurope 29.01.2021 In-depth: Trade unions and NGOs seek just transition for tourism after covid
10/01/2021
Forbes 09.01.2021 A Cultural Betrayal By Venice’s Mayor Leaves Residents Furious
04/01/2021
Serbian newspaper Telegraf 03.01.2021
05/11/2020
Die Wochenzeitung 05.11.2020: Venice and the Biennale
27/10/2020
CNN 27.10.2020: These destinations were overwhelmed by tourists. Here’s how they’re doing now
22/10/2020
The World 22.10.2020: Is Overtourism Over?
25/09/2020
The Telegraph 25.09.2020: How Venice is faring in its worst year since the plague hit
14/09/2020
CGTN: A city for locals or for tourists?
10/09/2020
BACK SOON (but better) featured in the “Laguna durante” exhibition
03/09/2020
Geo France 03.09.2020: Venice Rediscovered
05/08/2020
The Christian Science Monitor 05.08.2020: COVID-19 empties tourist traps in Europe: Crisis or opportunity?
23/07/2020
Il Corriere del Veneto 21.07.2020: Rethinking the city after Acqua Alta and Covid
17/07/2020
Whose City Is It Anyway?
02/07/2020
The New York Times 02.07.2020: Venice Tourism May Never Be the Same. It Could Be Better