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Crossing boundaries: exploring biocultural concepts and practices in the World Heritage system

conference contribution
posted on 2015-01-01, 00:00 authored by Kristal BuckleyKristal Buckley, T Badman, P B Larsen
This paper discusses current joint work by IUCN and ICOMOS to address issues that can arise when natural and cultural values and issues are considered separately within World Heritage processes. The Connecting Practice programme has conceptual and practical dimensions, and intersects with related work on rights-based approaches. Focusing on the importance of improving conservation outcomes, we propose a way forward situated in a 'middle ground' that links both theory and practice, and emphasises the critical importance of a joint approach - 'connecting' natural and cultural heritage practice. Some early findings of project field visits will be shared with the Scientific Symposium as a means of furthering the dialogue between practitioners.

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Event

International Council on Monuments and Sites. General Assembly Conference (18th : 2014 : Florence, Italy)

Pagination

604 - 608

Publisher

Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane

Location

Florence, Italy

Place of publication

Napoli, Italy

Start date

2014-11-10

End date

2014-11-14

ISBN-13

978-88-495-3057-5

Language

eng

Publication classification

E1 Full written paper - refereed

Copyright notice

2014, Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane

Editor/Contributor(s)

M Di Stefano

Title of proceedings

ICOMOS 2014 : Heritage and Landscape as Human Values : Proceedings of the International Council on Monuments and Sites 2014 General Assembly Conference

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