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UNSPECIFIED (2022) Blue papers. , 1, 1. 171p . ISSN 2950-1466 (print) & 2950-1423 (online) [Journal]

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PART I Challenges, Concepts and New Approaches. – 1. Carola Hein. Water, Culture and the SDGs as Living History – 2. Åse Johannessen. How Can Culture Help to Learn and Change? A Key Question for Adaptation to Water Challenges – 3. Barbara van Koppen. Customary Water Tenure: Linking Water, Culture, Heritage and SDGs 1, 2 and 5 –4. Brian Davidson and Petra Hellegers. Challenges when Valuing Cultural Heritage Associated with Water – 5. Neelke Doorn. The “Who” and “What” of Water Ethics – 6. Arjan Conijn, Maarten Ouboter and Jeroen Oomkens – 7. Heritage Knowledge Matters for Water Management – 8. Jan Jorrit Hasselaar. Hope as Religious Heritage: Toward Hopeful Coalitions for Sustainable Development – 9. Joanna Tusznio and Marianna Strzelecka. Mourning Rivers: A Way of Negotiating the Future – 10. Akifumi Iwabuchi. On the Frontline of Climate Change: The Underwater Cultural Heritage of Stone Tidal Weirs. PART II Methodologies and Case Studies. 11. Jean-François Vereecke and Sandrine Deveycx. The “(Water) Canvas” as a Tool for the Analysis, Interpretation and Planning of Water Territories and Heritage. – 12. Inge Bobbink, Amina Chouairi and Camilla Di Nicola. Visualizing Water: Using the Illustrative Method to Learn from Long-Lasting Water Systems. – 13. Vera D. Damayanti, Punto Wijayanto, Kemas Ridwan Kurniawan, Hasti Tarekat Dipowijoyo, Jacqueline Rosbergen and Peter Timmer. Two Towns in Indonesia, One on the Coast, the other “A City of One Thousand Rivers”: Historic Urban Landscape (HUL) Quick Scan Method Workshops and Publication of Handbook for Indonesian University Lecturers. – 14. Joanna Tusznio and Marianna Strzelecka. Place Loss and Re-Negotiating Local Water Heritage: The Case of Sztoła River, Bukowno, Poland. – 15. Massoud Ghaderian. Collaboration Between Nature and Humans in the Desert: The Qanat System in Iran. – 16. Michael Kloos. Reconciling the Bryggen World Heritage Property with Bergen’s Strategy for Sustainable Urban Development through Heritage Impact Assessment – 17. Joanne Dahme, Claire Donato, Victoria Prizzia, Ellen Freedman Schultz, Theresa R. Stuhlman and Karen Young. Fairmount Water Works and its Water Stories.

Item Type: Journal
Hein, Carola
D'Agostino, Matteo
Donkor, Carlien
Lin, Queenie
Sennema, Hilde
Languages: English
Keywords: water heritage; water management
Subjects: H. HERITAGE TYPOLOGIES > 25. Underwater cultural heritage
J. HERITAGE ECONOMICS > 05. Heritage and sustainable development
H. HERITAGE TYPOLOGIES > 27A. Water heritage
International Scientific Committee: Water and Heritage
Institutions & Partners: UNESCO
Volume: 1
Number: 1
Number of Pages: 171
ISSN: 2950-1466 (print) & 2950-1423 (online)
Depositing User: ICOMOS DocCentre
Date Deposited: 29 Aug 2023 10:55
Last Modified: 30 Aug 2023 12:53

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