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  • Including development topics in a cultural heritage management plan : mercury heritage in Idrija : SyCULTour 2013
  • Développement régional ; Gestion ; Héritage culturel ; Idrija ; Mercure ; Patrimoine culturel ; Slovénie
  • Cultural heritage ; Cultural patrimony ; Management ; Mercury ; Regional development ; Slovenia
  • Mercury heritage in Idrija was included on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Thus, it became an important development factor that should be included in development documents, taking into account its development role. The AA. present a participatory
  • process, aiming at designing a cultural heritage management plan that will ensure heritage becomes an important driver of development. It highlights the need for comprehensive planning that includes all stakeholders and sectors, and contributes
  • Territoires protégés d'héritage naturel et culturel
  • Concept ; Culturel ; Héritage culturel ; Héritage naturel ; Protection de la nature ; Relation homme-environnement
  • Le concept d'héritage naturel est discuté à fond, ainsi que sa relation avec l'héritage culturel. L'approche spatiale est proposée pour gérer l'héritage naturel. Le systèmes d'objets et de phénomènes de l'héritage naturel forme le cadre naturel du
  • Mapping Living Heritage at the Phanom Rung Historical Park: Identifying and Safeguarding the Local Meanings of a National Heritage Site
  • Protecting Siam's heritage
  • Bouddhisme ; Communauté ; Culturel ; Géographie sociale ; Héritage culturel ; Lieu sacré ; Participation ; Phanom Rung ; Protection des sites ; Symbole national ; Thaïlande
  • Buddhism ; Community ; Cultural heritage ; Cultural studies ; Participation ; Sacred place ; Site preservation ; Social geography ; Thailand
  • Drawing on field research at the Phanom Rung Historical Park in Buriram Province, the article aims to shed light on some of the conceptual and practical challenges involved in the shifting from the tangible to intangible in heritage management
  • . It traces the history of Phanom Rung’s incorporation into Thailand’s national heritage. Over the course of 20th century, the sanctuary was transformed from a locally sacred site of Buddhist pilgrimage and worship of tutelary spirits, into a national symbol
  • of Thailand’s Khmer heritage. The A discusses the practical question of how to initiate community involvement in the management and interpretation of the sanctuary, particularly given its national significance. - (GL)
  • Protecting trees through an inventory and typology : heritage trees in the Karavanke mountains, Slovenia
  • Arbre ; Essence forestière ; Héritage culturel ; Protection de la nature ; Slovénie ; Système d'information ; Zone protégée
  • Cultural heritage ; Information system ; Nature conservation ; Protected area ; Slovenia ; Tree ; Tree species
  • This paper introduces an advanced approach to natural and cultural heritage inventory for the study of heritage trees. Because trees play different roles in society, different regulations apply to their preservation, which can lead
  • to inconsistencies in records for heritages trees. The inventory of heritage trees and their types in the study area is based on existing lists of heritage trees, fieldwork and interviews. A new database of heritage trees has been established in which the advantage
  • Aspects théoriques et appliqués de l'étude de l'héritage naturel et culturel
  • Concept ; Développement durable ; Gestion ; Héritage naturel ; Patrimoine ; Patrimoine culturel ; Théorie
  • Excursion historique. Formation des bases conceptuelles de l'étude de l'héritage (patrimoine). Aspects appliqués actuels de la gestion de l'héritage.
  • Siam’s Threatened Cultural Heritage
  • Protecting Siam's heritage
  • Bangkok ; Culturel ; Démolition des bâtiments ; Géographie culturelle ; Héritage culturel ; Protection des sites ; Thaïlande ; Zonage
  • Bangkok ; Cultural geography ; Cultural heritage ; Cultural studies ; Site preservation ; Thailand ; Zoning
  • The Thai heritage conservation community has been stunned by the recent decision of the Supreme Court of Thailand to demolish the venerable buildings on Sanam Luang , in which the Court has been housed for several decades. The A remarks
  • that the Court, which should be an ultimate source of redress against illegal destruction of heritage, is flagrantly flouting zoning restrictions and the attempt by the Fine Arts Department (FAD) to protect heritage sites from destruction. The case is but one
  • of many examples of the difficulties that progressives forces face in safeguarding Thailand’s rich and diverse cultural heritage against the unsympathetic bureaucratic bodies, ambitious interests, and well-meaning but ill-advised agents of “development
  • Cultural Landscape and Goldfield Heritage: Towards a Land Management Framework for the Historic South-West Pacific Gold Mining Landscapes
  • Aménagement foncier ; Australie ; Héritage culturel ; Mine ; Nouvelle-Zélande ; Or ; Paysage ; Paysage culturel ; Protection des sites
  • Australia ; Australia-New Zealand history ; Cultural heritage ; Cultural landscape ; Gold ; Land management ; Landscape ; Mine ; New Zealand ; Site preservation ; World Heritage designation ; landscape classification ; landscape history ; mining
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  • This article investigates how cultural landscapes (especially the potentially limiting organically evolved landscape) can be used as a research framework to evaluate historical mining heritage sites in Australia and New Zealand. We argue that when
  • mining heritage sites are read as evolved organic landscapes and linked to the surrounding forested and hedged farmland, the disruptive aspects of mining are masked. Cultural landscape is now a separate listing for World Heritage sites and includes
  • for their heritage, indeed World Heritage, significance and, where appropriate, developed for their sustainable heritage tourism potential. Drawing on a number of research disciplines, a schematic framework is offered for interpreting and classifying these new world
  • cultural landscapes based upon analysis of gold-rush heritage sites throughout the Trans-Tasman world. We evaluate and apply this framework to place-based case studies in Victoria, Australia and Otago, New Zealand.
  • Historical geography and heritage studies
  • Conflict in Common : Heritage-making in Cape York
  • Aborigines ; Australia ; Discourse ; Environment ; Governance ; Non-governmental organization ; Queensland ; Site preservation ; World heritage
  • This article illuminates the authorised heritage discourse at work in heritage-making, and highlight contested issues of ownership, governance, authenticity, and value. These themes contribute to the possibility of marginalising the voices of local
  • people who wish to contribute to heritage-making in Cape York. Politics infuses all aspects of heritage-making in Cape York, and the specific experiences on Cape York reflect larger political processes occurring in World Heritage discourse.
  • Heritage in landscape or landscape as heritage - the case of landscape change management in protected and development areas in Czechia
  • Aménagement du territoire ; Développement régional ; Gestion de l'environnement ; Héritage culturel ; Paysage ; Protection de l'environnement ; Tchèque république
  • According to recent development, landscape is not only object of scientific studies, but it is being included in planning policy and practice as well. Along with this emerges the strong sense of landscape as heritage constituting the identity
  • of people on different hierarchical levels. However, should be the management of landscape as heritage treated as inherent part of spatial (physical, regional) planning or restricted only to so called natural or landscape protected areas ? The discussion
  • builds on examples from Czechia with the main emphasis on spatial relationships among areas devoted to cultural and natural heritage protection as well as areas dedicated to protection and development. - (BJ).
  • The geological heritages in Xinjiang, China : its features and protection
  • Chine ; Environnement ; Géologie régionale ; Héritage géologique ; Protection de l'environnement ; Structure géologique ; Typologie ; Xinjiang
  • China ; Environment ; Environmental conservation ; Geological heritage ; Geological structure ; Regional geology ; Typology ; Xinjiang
  • The geological heritages in Xinjiang are characterized by their large quantity, rich variety and high grade. The main types of the geological heritages in Xinjiang are the geologic-geomorphic landscapes and the water landscapes. The spatial
  • distribution can be divided into 5 geological heritage districts: Altay, Junggar, Tianshan, Tarim and Kunlun-Altun, among which Tianshan and Kunlun-Altun are most important. It is confirmed that the insufficient coordination between protection and exploitation
  • is the primary cause for the backward situation in the geological heritage protection. To solve the problem, the A. proposes 6 major protection steps.
  • Fes : heritages et dynamiques urbaines actuelles
  • Ouagadougou : heritage colonial, habitat et texture urbaine
  • Heritage, urban planning, and the postmodern city
  • This paper is a preliminary investigation of links between aspects of everyday heritage conservation work and broader historical, cultural and economic imperatives. An overview of the rise of heritage consciousness sets the scene for consideration
  • Maori culture and heritage tourism in New Zealand
  • As a way of increasing New Zealand's market share of international tourists, the Maori people and their sacred sites offer one possibility. The A. discusses Maori concepts of heritage, their world view and notion of land claims in the general
  • context of heritage tourism.―(DWG)
  • Coutume et système d'héritage dans l'ancienne Franche-Comté
  • Communauté rurale ; Coutumes ; Foncier ; France ; Franche-Comté ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Histoire rurale ; Héritage ; Propriété ; Siècle XIII-XVI ; Société rurale
  • Les fondements théoriques : l'héritage philosophique; l'héritage malthusien; l'héritage scientifique; le poids de l'histoire. Quelques difficultés : l'état zéro; de quelle biodiversité parle-t-on ? L'illusion de la conservation.
  • World Heritage Site M´zab Valley in Algeria. Social Change and Safeguarding Cultural Landscapes
  • Algérie ; Architecture ; Héritage culturel ; M'zab ; Paysage ; Paysage urbain
  • Algeria ; Architecture ; Landscape ; M'zab ; Urban landscape ; cultural heritage
  • ;on the integrity, the authenticity and the conservation of the valley;governance of the valley as a world heritage site;the “New Ksar” project. - (IfL)
  • Loss of natural heritage from the geomorphological perspective : do geomorphic processes shape or destroy the natural heritage ?
  • Earth surface processes ; Geomorphosite ; Natural heritage ; Natural landscape ; Slovenia ; Tourism
  • Heritage Conservation in Asia : Shifts and Developments, 1972-2012
  • Protecting Siam's heritage
  • Biens intangibles ; Culturel ; Héritage culturel ; Protection des sites ; Thaïlande ; Vestige
  • Cultural heritage ; Cultural studies ; Site preservation ; Thailand
  • The World Heritage system may be the most visible and prestigious framework of conservation worldwide, but the local and national dimensions are more important for each country and locality. In Thailand there are only five sites with World Heritage