As sea levels rise and extreme weather events become more frequent, conservation and preservation practices will need to improve to protect landscapes and living habitats. Equal in importance, and too often overlooked in climate change discussions, are the world’s arts and cultural heritage sites. Their protection requires a strengthening of efforts to address climate change and a renewed commitment to the Paris Agreement’s decarbonization goals. To that end, Carleton University recently signed an MOU with the Climate Heritage Network (CHN) to commit to these goals with an emphasis on arts, culture and heritage.

Friday, April 23, 2021 in , , , , ,
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