World Heritage Review - Volume 2021, Issue 100, 2022

Volume 2021, Issue 100, 2022

As World Heritage sites suffer the impacts of climate change, they can serve as invaluable observatories to gather and share information on applied and tested practices of climate change monitoring, mitigation and adaptation. The global network of World Heritage also helps to raise awareness of climate change impacts on human societies and their cultural diversity, biodiversity and ecosystem services, and on the world’s natural and cultural heritage. This issue explores the latest findings on climate change and its effects on World Heritage. We look at how sites are coping and what measures are being taken to protect the Outstanding Universal Value of these unique places.
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