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State of Conservation

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51
Reports
11
Properties
1
States Parties
States Parties:  Brazil
Year:  1997
Document Source:  WHC.97/CONF.208/04B,WHC.97/CONF.208/08B
Threats*: Ground transport infrastructure Impacts of tourism / visitor / recreation Input of excess energy
States Parties:  Brazil
Year:  1992
Document Source:  WHC.92/CONF.002/12
Threats*: Impacts of tourism / visitor / recreation Input of excess energy
States Parties:  Brazil
Year:  1991
Document Source:  SC.91/CONF.002/15
Threats*: Impacts of tourism / visitor / recreation Input of excess energy
States Parties:  Brazil
Year:  1989
Document Source:  SC.89/CONF.003/02
Threats*:
States Parties:  Brazil
Year:  2004
Document Source:  WHC-04/28.COM/15B
Threats*: Management systems/ management plan
Other Threats: Lack of capacity in Conservation of stone techniques
States Parties:  Brazil
Year:  2003
Document Source:  WHC.03/27.COM/07B
Threats*: Financial resources Human resources Industrial areas Interpretative and visitation facilities Management systems/ management plan
States Parties:  Brazil
Year:  1999
Document Source:  WHC.99/CONF.204/05,WHC.99/CONF.209/14
Threats*: Industrial areas Management systems/ management plan
Other Threats: Aggressive natural environment
States Parties:  Brazil
Year:  1993
Document Source:  WHC.93/CONF.002/14
Threats*: Management systems/ management plan
Other Threats: Aggressive natural environment
States Parties:  Brazil
Year:  2015
Document Source:  WHC-15/39.COM/7B.Add
Threats*:
States Parties:  Brazil
Year:  1993
Document Source:  WHC.93/CONF.002/14
Threats*:
Other Threats: Architecture of mediocre quality around the property; Conservation issue of woodwork and mural paintings
States Parties:  Brazil
Year:  1994
Document Source:  WHC.94/CONF.003/16
Threats*: Illegal activities Management systems/ management plan
Other Threats: Fire


* : The threats indicated are listed in alphabetical order; their order does not constitute a classification according to the importance of their impact on the property.
Furthermore, they are presented irrespective of the type of threat faced by the property, i.e. with specific and proven imminent danger (“ascertained danger”) or with threats which could have deleterious effects on the property’s Outstanding Universal Value (“potential danger”).

** : All mission reports are not always available electronically.