Climate Action Working Group - Climate Justice and Equity Toolkit

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Climate justice and equitiy lie at the heart of climate action and should be the foundation of our response in the heritage sector. This toolkit provides an overview of the topic alongside some best-practice examples and suggested actions and activities for ICOMOS National and Scientific Committees. These include ways to increase inclusivity and participation, promote meaningful co-production and be more sustainable.

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ICOMOS work on Climate change

ClStilt houses, coping with climate change. Dhaka, Bangladesh © Development Planning Unit University College Londonimate change has become one of the most significant and fastest growing threats to people and their cultural heritage worldwide. ICOMOS embraces a two-pronged approach to the issue that emphasizes both responding to the risks that climate change poses to cultural heritage and also championing heritage as a source of resilience and an asset to climate action, whose potential is unlocked through better conservation and management of the world’s tangible and intangible cultural resources.

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The new Triennial Scientific Plan 2021-2024 – Cultural Heritage and Climate Action

tspIn November 2021, ICOMOS adopted a new Triennial Scientific Plan 2021-24 – Cultural Heritage and Climate Action. This is the first to ambitiously attempt a coordinated effort amongst ALL ICOMOS members and Committees to focus on a single scientific issue.

téléchargement You can download the Triennial Scientific Plan 2021-2024 in English, in French and in Spanish.

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ISC Water: Statement on Water-related Spirituality for Climate Adaptation

GCA WAC webinar 3 spirituality TwitterAs a contribution to the COP26 held in Glasgow, UK (November 2021) and to kickstart the Community of Practitioners on Water and Heritage, the Global Center on Adaptation’s Water Adaptation Community (WAC) and ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on Water and Heritage (ISCWater) organised on 19 October 2021 an online dialogue among spiritual leaders, to discuss water-related spirituality as a source of inspiration and wisdom to cope with climate change impacts on the water cycle.


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