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50 Years World Heritage Convention: Shared Responsibility – Conflict

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Introduction into the Overall Message of the Book: Destruction of Heritage Is Destroying Identity – Shared Responsibility Is Therefore Our Common Task for the Future
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    Chapter 2 50 Years World Heritage Convention: Founding Idea(s) and Implementation – Reflections on Important Developments Over Time
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    Chapter 3 UNESCO’s World Heritage Convention and Global Governance
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    Chapter 4 Coloniality, Natural World Heritage and Indigenous Peoples: A Critical Analysis of World Heritage Cultural Governance
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    Chapter 5 Governing World Heritage – Taking Stock of the Structures that Determine the Protection and Conservation of World Heritage Sites
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    Chapter 6 World Heritage and Global Governance: Thematic Reflections
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    Chapter 7 Urban Transformation and Related Conflicts at UNESCO World Heritage Sites
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    Chapter 8 Temporary Uses as a Toolkit for Heritage-Led Sustainable Urban Development
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    Chapter 9 Going Beyond Tourism Attraction in the Festivalisation of World Heritage Cities
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    Chapter 10 Sustainable Urban Heritage vs Heritage Orthodoxy
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    Chapter 11 The Politics of Shared Heritage: Contested Histories and Participatory Memory Work in the Post-Colonial Urban Landscape
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    Chapter 12 UNESCO World Heritage and Cultural Property Protection in the Event of Armed Conflict
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    Chapter 13 Palmyra: Bridging Past and Future
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    Chapter 14 Countering the Narratives of Destruction: Textual Evidence and the Tradition of Heritage Preservation in Islam
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    Chapter 15 The Role of Heritage in Post-War Reconciliation: Going Beyond World Heritage Sites
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    Chapter 16 Fighting Terrorist Attacks Against World Heritage – An Integrated Approach
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    Chapter 17 Climate Change and World Heritage: An Introduction
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    Chapter 18 The Climate Crisis, Outstanding Universal Value and Change in World Heritage
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    Chapter 19 Climate Action and World Heritage: Conflict or Confluence?
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    Chapter 20 Conflict Areas and Solution Strategies in the Conservation of Ecosystems and Their Services: A Holistic Approach
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    Chapter 21 Historic Gardens as a Cultural Task: Climate Adaptation Strategies and Understanding of Nature
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    Chapter 22 The Highest Mountain in the Shadow of Climate Change: Managing Tourism and Conservation in a World Heritage Site: Sagarmatha National Park, Nepal
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    Chapter 23 Technological Change – Risk or Opportunity for UNESCO World Heritage?
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    Chapter 24 Change in Water Technology in Anatolia: From Use to Energy, Conflicts to Climate Action
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    Chapter 25 Mineral Extractive Industries in the Context of European World Heritage Cultural Landscape Conservation and Management: The Case Study of the Erzgebirge/Krušnohoří Mining Region
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    Chapter 26 Cultural Landscape Compatibility Study Upper Middle Rhine Valley – A Proactive Tool for Preventive Monitoring of Complex World Heritage Landscapes
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    Chapter 27 Geoheritage to Support Heritage Authorities: Research Case Studies on Maya Archaeological Sites
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    Chapter 28 Adopting Digital Tools & Technology to Evolve Sustainable Tourism at World Heritage Sites: Case Studies from India and Greece
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    Chapter 29 The Commodification of World Heritage: A Marxist Introduction
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    Chapter 30 Tourism Without Commodification at a Hungarian World Heritage Site
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    Chapter 31 Natural Heritage in Danger. Native Forests, New and Old Forms of Extractive Activities and Sustainability from the Perspective of a New Generation of Scientists, Activists and Entrepreneurs in Argentina
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    Chapter 32 Shifting Scales in the Honghe Hani Rice Terraces: Traditional Knowledge, Commodification and Community Participation
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    Chapter 33 Shared Responsibility – A Guiding Principle of the World Heritage Convention – Perception – Implementation – Future
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    Chapter 34 World Heritage and Reconciliation
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    Chapter 35 Sustainability – A Guiding Principle of the World Heritage Convention – What Has Been Achieved – What Is Missing – What Is the Future Perspective
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    Chapter 36 World Heritage Education and the Next 50 Years of the Convention: Current Pitfalls and Future Potentials of World Heritage Education
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    Chapter 37 Young Professionals’ Perspectives on World Heritage – Transformation from an Expert-Dominated Concept to a Project for the People it is Made for
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    Chapter 38 Outlook
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50 Years World Heritage Convention: Shared Responsibility – Conflict & Reconciliation
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Springer International Publishing, August 2022
DOI 10.1007/978-3-031-05660-4
978-3-03-105659-8, 978-3-03-105660-4

Albert, Marie-Theres, Bernecker, Roland, Cave, Claire, Prodan, Anca Claudia, Ripp, Matthias

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Other 5 15%
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