1. Cultural Heritage and Global Climate Change
Following preliminary research proposed during the June 2006 Rome Scientific Council (SC) meeting, in Edinburgh in September 2006 the SC voted to adopt global climate change (GCC) and its effects on cultural heritage as its three-year interdisciplinary research theme for the International Scientific Committees (ISCs). During 2007, twelve papers were submitted to Heritage @ Risk and a Scientific Council symposium was organized in Pretoria, South Africa on the topic of Cultural Heritage and Global Climate Change. In addition, several regional ICOMOS meetings were held that broached the subject and reflected the pressing need for more discussion on methods of adaptation. The Pretoria symposium resulted in recommendations that were distributed in March 2008. The Quebec workshop will build on the Pretoria recommendations and provide training for heritage managers and others on how to implement the recommendations.
Chairperson : Pamela Jerome, US/ICOMOS, SC Coordinator
Coordinator : Pamela Jerome – pjerome@ATTGLOBAL.NET
|07:30 – 08:00 :||Introduction, Pamela Jerome, SC Coordinator
|08:00 – 08:30 :||Maintenance manual, John Hurd, President, Advisory Committee
Use of the maintenance manual
|08:30 – 09:00 :||Monitoring tools, CIPA
What are the monitoring tools and how much will the kit cost per site?
How do you analyze and format the data using manual and/or computerized analysis?
Data manipulation and who do you present the data to?
|09:00 – 10:00 :||Breakout session
How do you link the monitoring data to the maintenance manual in a practical way?
|10:00 – 10:30 :||Conclusions, Pamela Jerome, SC Coordinator|
2. ICOMOS and World Heritage
3. Cultural Heritage and International Development
4. Historic Urban Landscapes
5. Archeo Networks