Conventional sectoral approaches to addressing interconnected social, cultural, environmental, economic and political challenges in heritage conservation are proving inefficient. An alternative is to focus on integrated solutions at a landscape level, applying landscape-based approaches and Nature-Culture linkages.
This session aims to debate integrative approaches for managing landscape change and conservation. In search of more integrative approaches, the session will examine natural, cultural, tangible and intangible heritage dimensions, and address aspects such as the articulation between urban planning and heritage conservation, and emergent lines of research, methods and solutions that link science, policy and practice in multiple scales of application.
Monica Bahia Schlee (Brazil)
Julia Rey Perez (Spain), Professor at the University of Seville
Topic: The landscape approach to urban heritage management
Paolo Motta (Italy), architect, territorial/urban planner. ICOMOS-CIVVIH/ICTC/ISCES/ SDGWG International Committees Member
Topic: Integrated approach to mitigate urban development & pandemic impacts
Ricardo Riveros (Chile), Professor of Landscape Architecture, Central University of Chile. IFLA AR President
Topic: Heritage and landscape. Challenges from the global, opportunities from the local
Tashka Yawanawa (Brazil), Leader of the Yawanawa People