Tag: cultural heritage
Engaging the public to rescue information from eroding and destroyed coastal archaeological sites
The Guidoiro Areoso experience in NW Iberia
Rousay, the Egypt of the North: the story from the sea
How Rousay’s surviving archaeology, although eroding, is providing valuable data both on the settlement, and on the process of erosion.
The Pocantico Statement on Climate Impacts and Cultural Heritage
How communities can successfully maintain their cultural heritage in the face of changing climate risks
Loss of cultural world heritage
Threats to currently inhabited places from sea-level rise
Mapping UNESCO Cultural Heritage
Representative list of the tangible and intangible cultural heritage of humanity
National landmarks at risk
Climate change threats to Cherished Historic Sites
Heritage in danger
Cultural sites in peril
Why heritage should be used to interpret the past and forge the future
Cultural heritage can offer new narratives.
What role does agency have in the preservation of indigenous cultural heritage?
Indigenous legal scholar Aimée Craft reflects on the resiliency of indigenous people, in their preservation of language, customs, sacred places, relationships and culture, emphasizing the centrality of human agency and free will in the preservation of cultural heritage.