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On a global scale, tourism is a major factor contributing to climate change. Carbon emissions from tourism, including air travel, are expected to double in the next 25 years. Climate change poses a risk to the integrity and preservation of World Heritage properties, endangering what makes them attractive to tourists. The managers of World Heritage sites are setting up new measures to both ...
The Sub-Regional Conference 'Heritage, World Heritage, and the Future: Perspectives on Scale, Conservation and Dialogue' will take place at ANAMED, Koç University (Istanbul, Turkey) on 5-6 December 2019. Co-organized by UNESCO, this sub-regional conference will highlight the archaeological heritage of Turkey, going back thousands of years (with Hattusha: the Hittite Capital, the ...
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