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Climate change has become the biggest threat to the conservation of the 50 marine sites on the UNESCO World Heritage List. But understanding climate change impacts on a large marine protected area, some of whose ecosystems remain unmapped, can be challenging. The Climate Vulnerability Index (CVI) is an innovative and rapid assessment tool that is distinct from other vulnerability assessments ...
The World Heritage Centre is organising a series of online training sessions to accompany States Parties in Asia and the Pacific as they carry out the Third Cycle of Periodic Reporting. This session is dedicated to Factors Affecting the Properties and focuses on the following: The Periodic Reporting Factors: background and integration with the state of conservation (SOC) review by the ...
This global award aims at promoting the aesthetic properties, the construction advantages and the environmental benefits of 40 buildings conceived and built with earth, plant fibres or both. Following on from the TERRA Award in 2016, and the FIBRA Award in 2019, this third edition sheds light on the combination of materials in contemporary architecture. This new event will allow the greater ...
ProtectingUNESCO marine World Heritagethrough scientific research Photo Exhibition Initiative organized in the framework of the forthcoming United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development (2021-2030) Exhibition developed with the support of the Government of the Principality of Monaco In collaboration with Monaco Explorations © Olivier ...
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