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In 2015, representatives of 195 countries met in Paris for the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 21) to discuss the impact of climate change on societies, their livelihoods and their cultural heritage. Evidence suggests that torrential downpours, violent and unexpected storms, heat waves, new records in pollution and landslides are increasingly frequent. Over the last few ...
Co-organized by UNESCO and the Arab Regional Centre for World Heritage (ARCWH), the International Conference on World Heritage Sites and Museums will take place in UNESCO Headquarters in Paris, from 2 to 3 November 2016, in cooperation also with ALECSO, ICCROM, ICOM, ICOMOS, and IUCN.   The World Heritage Convention, with its 192 States Parties and 1052 cultural, natural and mixed sites, ...
The African World Heritage Fund (AWHF) in collaboration with ICCROM are proposing a training course for African States Parties. Africa, as a developing region, must increasingly address the issue of ensuring that development is carried out in a way that minimizes negative impacts and promotes positive effects for heritage and associated communities. Heritage Impact assessments are a key tool ...
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