Cultural Heritage at COP23

At the UN Climate Change Conference (COP23) in Bonn, Germany from 6-17 November 2017, ICOMOS is participating in four events on key issues of cultural heritage.

Heritage, Green Technology, Collaboration and Ecovillage Solutions for Peace and Prosperity
10 November 2017, 11:30-13:00
UK Pavilion, Bonn Zone

Speakers:

Paul Allen
Zero Carbon Britain
Research from the Centre for Alternative Technology
@centre_alt_tech

Oliver Maurice
International National Trust Organization (INTO)
@OliverMaurice1

Leire Gorroño,
Nordic Folkcenter for Renewable Energy

Kosha Joubert
Executive Director
GEN International
@koshajoubert
@GEN_ecovillages

Keith Jones
Environmental Adviser, Wales
National Trust (England, Wales and Northern Ireland)
@walesepa

Joanne Schanté
Co-Founder
OPEN TEAM
@joanneSchante

Challenges and Solutions to Heritage Management in the face of Climate Change
12 November 2017, 15:45–16:45
Fiji Pavilion, Bonn Zone

Speakers:

Oliver Maurice
Director
International National Trust Organization (INTO)

Keith Jones
Environmental Adviser, Wales
National Trust (England, Wales and Northern Ireland)

Andrew Potts
International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS)

Siteri Takoca
Conservation Officer
Nature Fiji-Marqueti Viti

UNESCO Pavilion programme on 15 November 2017, from 9:45-10:30 under the theme:

Cultural Sites, Resources and Climate Change

- The National Park Service U.S. Department of the Interior Cultural Resources, Partnerships, and Science Climate Change Response Program's Cultural Resources Climate Change Strategy (CRCC Strategy), Presentation by Andrew Potts (Nixon Peabody);
- Preservation of Natural and Man-made Heritage Sites in an Era of Climate Change, Presentation by Oliver Maurice, International National Trusts Organisation

Challenges and Solutions to Heritage Management in the face of Climate Change
17 November 2017, 11:45-13:00
UK Pavilion, Bonn Zone

Speakers:

Oliver Maurice
Director
International National Trust Organization (INTO)

Leire Gorroño,
Nordic Folkcenter for Renewable Energy

Kosha Joubert
Executive Director
GEN International

Rt Hon Claire Perry
Minister of State for Climate Change and Industry (UK)

Andrew Potts
International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS)

Siteri Takoca
Conservation Officer
Nature Fiji-Marqueti Viti
@NatureJiji

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