CONF 003 IV.A.14
Tasmanian Wilderness (Australia)
The Bureau noted that, following the distribution of the report of the thirteenth session of the Committee, the Secretariat had received advice by the Australian authorities that, although it was ...
Sites: Tasmanian Wilderness
CONF 003 IV.A.15
La Amistad/Talamanca (Costa Rica)
The Bureau noted the need to review the original boundaries of this site. Several Indian Reserves, included in the original nomination had since then been degraded by coal mining and road ...
Sites: Talamanca Range-La Amistad Reserves / La Amistad National Park
Country: Costa Rica
CONF 003 IV.A.16
Tai National Park (Côte d'Ivoire)
The Bureau noted that the Chairman had approved US $7,500 under preparatory assistance for drawing up a technical co-operation project for buffer zone development which could benefit local people ...
Sites: Taï National Park
Country: Côte d'Ivoire
CONF 003 IV.A.17
The Bureau was specifically concerned with the capturing of about 40,000 sharks, using locally captured sea-lions as baits, in the marine waters surrounding the Galapagos world heritage site. ...
Sites: Galápagos Islands
CONF 003 IV.A.18
Olympic National Park (United States)
The Bureau noted with satisfaction that, as requested by the Committee at the time of the inscription of this site in 1981, the American authorities had completed amendments to the legislation ...
Sites: Olympic National Park
Country: United States of America
CONF 003 IV.A.19-21
Mont Saint Michel and its Bay (France)
19. The IUCN Regional Councilor for Europe informed the Bureau that the series of measures to prevent the increasing siltation of the Bay, as announced by President Mitterrand in 1983, had not ...
Sites: Mont-Saint-Michel and its Bay
CONF 003 IV.A.22-24
Mount Nimba (Guinea and Cote d'Ivoire)
22. The Bureau recalled that at the time of the inscription of this site on the World Heritage List in 1981, the Committee was aware of the pending threat to exploit the rich iron ore deposit ...
Sites: Mount Nimba Strict Nature Reserve
Country: Côte d'Ivoire Guinea
CONF 003 IV.A.25
Manas Wildlife Sanctuary (India)
The Bureau recalled that this site had been invaded by people belonging to the Bodo tribe about a year ago and was concerned to note that the reserve was still occupied and that illegal removal ...
Sites: Manas Wildlife Sanctuary
CONF 003 IV.A.26
Royal Chitwan National Park (Nepal)
The Bureau was informed that a US $30 million irrigation project, to be implemented with the assistance of a Japanese company and the Asian Development Bank, could divert about 75 per cent of the ...
Sites: Chitwan National Park
CONF 003 IV.A.27
Manovo-Gounda Saint Floris National Park (Central African Republic)
The Bureau recalled that when this site was entered on the World Heritage List at the twelfth session of the Committee, in Brasilia (Brazil), in December 1988, the Committee had noted that the ...
Sites: Manovo-Gounda St Floris National Park
Country: Central African Republic
CONF 003 IV.A.28
Niokolo-Koba National Park (Senegal)
The Bureau recalled that during 1989, both the Bureau and the Committee had expressed concern regarding the proposed construction of a major highway, based on an existing track, across the park, ...
Sites: Niokolo-Koba National Park
CONF 003 IV.A.29-31
29. The Bureau was concerned that the site was being degraded by unregulated tourism and water pollution and hence requested the Secretariat to contact the Turkish authorities and request them to ...
CONF 003 IV.B.42
Palace and Park of Versailles (France)
At its thirteenth session, in December 1989, the Committee had expressed concern regarding the felling of trees in the park of Versailles Palace. The French observer informed the Bureau that, ...
Sites: Palace and Park of Versailles
CONF 003 IV.B.43
Venice and its Lagoon (Italy)
In the course of its fourteenth session the Bureau was informed of the Italian authorities' decision not to confirm the proposal to have Venice selected as the site of the Universal Exhibition ...
Sites: Venice and its Lagoon
CONF 003 IV.B.44
Kathmandu Valley (Nepal)
One member of the Bureau expressed concern about the state of conservation of the Kathmandu Valley monuments. The Secretariat informed the Bureau that assistance had been granted as a matter of ...
Sites: Kathmandu Valley
CONF 003 IV.B.45
Memphis and its Necropolis – the Pyramid Fields from Giza to Dahshur (Egypt)
One member of the Bureau expressed concern regarding the project for the development of the Pyramids Plateau in Egypt, which included the building of a great wall between the archaeological area ...
Sites: Memphis and its Necropolis – the Pyramid Fields from Giza to Dahshur
CONF 003 V.47
Requests for International Assistance
47. The Bureau recommended that the Committee approve a request for technical assistance submitted by Yugoslavia for the purchase of computer and photographic equipment and equipment for the ...
Sites: Studenica Monastery
CONF 003 V.48
Requests for International Assistance
48. The Bureau considered a request by the United Republic of Tanzania for the purchase of a Land Rover and radio equipment at a cost of US$49,782 for use at the archaeological and ...
Sites: Ngorongoro Conservation Area
Country: Tanzania, United Republic of