Launched in 2002 in an effort to publish a series on various World Heritage subjects, the series will include: papers related to World Heritage issues; reports from seminars, workshops and meetings; and manuals aimed at facilitating the implementation of the World Heritage Convention for its various actors. This series is targeted mainly at World Heritage experts, national and local authorities and site managers.
The Future of the World Heritage Convention for Marine Conservation. Celebrating 10 years of the World Heritage Marine Programme
The 1972 World Heritage Convention is founded on the premise of international cooperation. It recognizes that some places are of irreplaceable value to ...
World Heritage in the High Seas: An Idea Whose Time Has Come
Oceans cover 70% of our planet. Nearly two-thirds of it lies beyond the jurisdiction of nations. These marine areas beyond national jurisdiction (ABNJ) ...
Understanding World Heritage in Europe and North America Final Report on the Second Cycle of Periodic Reporting, 2012-2015
What is the current status of World Heritage in Europe and North America? How do national heritage policies contribute to the protection of World Heritage ...
Human Origin Sites and the World Heritage Convention in the Americas
The Americas were the last continents to be colonized, very recently in the two-million-year long history of humankind and were the culmination of a long ...
Human Origin Sites and the World Heritage Convention in Eurasia
The purpose of this publication and its two volumes is to present the reader with a panorama of Human Origins in Eurasia, by bringing together key papers ...
Engaging Local Communities in Stewardship of World Heritage
Recent policy and conceptual developments in World Heritage, and in conservation generally, set the stage for new approaches that engage indigenous and ...
Human origin sites and the World Heritage Convention in Asia
Prehistoric sites are the cornerstone for research into the origins of humanity, its evolution and social development – but?they are underrepresented in ...
Safeguarding Precious Resources for Island Communities
Small Island Developing States (SIDS) are islands of the Caribbean Sea, the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Oceans. They are some of the most beautiful places on Earth, with atolls of ...
There is an increasing concern worldwide over the threats posed by climate change to World Heritage properties, with negative consequences for human ...
Earthen Architecture in Today’s World
This publication gives an overview of the state of conservation of World Heritage earthen architecture sites as well as outlining the various activities undertaken during the first ...
Understanding World Heritage in Asia and the Pacific - The Second Cycle of Periodic Reporting 2010-2012
The World Heritage Convention aims to protect the most outstanding cultural and natural heritage places on Earth. Countries (States Parties) that ...
World Heritage in a Sea of Islands - Pacific 2009 Programme
The Pacific region covers about one third of total surface area of the earth and comprises over one thousand islands and atolls. This reservoir and ...