Under each section title below is a list of Resources on knowledge areas of heritage education for climate adaptation. This version of the list focusses on Journal articles, and selected reports published in English. For next stages of JTHECA, teaching resources including videos of related online webinars and conferences, and course syllabi and text books are being compiled. See also this selection of key ICOMOS and Climate Heritage Network resources.

CLIMATE IMPACTS-Heritage

  • Berenfeld, Michelle L. 2008. “Climate Change and Cultural Heritage: Local Evidence, Global Responses.” The GeorgeWright Forum 25 (2): 66–82. www.georgewright.org/252berenfeld.pdf.
  • Bizarro, Alcides F., and Luís V. Alexandre. 2020. “STORM Policies and Recommendations – a New Vision for Authorities, First Responders and Civil Protection towards an Effective Protection of Cultural Heritage.” In IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering. Vol. 949. IOP Publishing Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1088/1757-899X/949/1/012108.
  • Bosher, L, D Kim, T Okubo, K Chmutina, and R Jigyasu. 2020. “Dealing with Multiple Hazards and Threats on Cultural Heritage Sites: An Assessment of 80 Case Studies.” Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal 29 (1): 109–28. https://doi.org/10.1108/DPM-08-2018-0245.
  • Burton, Ian. 1997. “Vulnerability and Adaptive Response in the Context of Climate and Climate Change.” Climatic Change 36 (1–2): 185–96. https://doi.org/10.1023/a:1005334926618.
  • Cassar, May, and Robyn Pender. 2005. “The Impact of Climate Change on Cultural Heritage: Evidence and Response.” ICOM Committee for Conservation 2: 610–16. https://doi.org/10.5038/1944-0472.13.4.1847.
  • Chmutina, Ksenia, Rohit Jigyasu, and Takeyuki Okubo, editors. 2020. Securing Future of Heritage by Reducing Risks and Building Resilience. Disaster Prevention and Management 29.1. Emerald Publishing.
  • Clarke, M.N. 2008. “For Whom Does the Bell Toll? The Conservation of Heritage in Disasters.” Australian Journal of Multi-Disciplinary Engineering 6 (1): 11–20. https://doi.org/10.1080/14488388.2008.11464763.
  • Daly, Cathy. 2011.”Climate Change and the Conservation of Archaeological Sites: A Review of Impacts Theory,” Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites, 13:4,293-310, DOI: 10.1179/175355212X13315728646058
  • Daly, Cathy. 2014. “A Framework for Assessing the Vulnerability of Archaeological Sites to Climate Change: Theory, Development, and Application.” Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites 16 (3): 268–82. https://doi.org/10.1179/1350503315Z.00000000086.
  • Daly, Cathy. 2019.”Preliminary Results from a Legacy Indicator Tool for Measuring Climate Change Impacts on Built Heritage,” Heritage Science 7:32. 1-13, https://doi.org/10.1186/s40494-019-0274-x
  • Dastgerdi, Ahmadreza Shirvani, and Massimo Sargolini. 2019. “Vulnerability Assessment and Conservation of Heritage Sites in A Changing Climate.” International Journal of Landscape Architecture Research (IJLAR) E-ISSN: 2602-4322 3 (2).
  • DeSilvey, Caitlin and Rodney Harrison. 2020. “Anticipating loss: rethinking endangerment in heritage futures.” International Journal of Heritage Studies 26.1: 1-7.
  • Fatorić, Sandra, and Erin Seekamp. 2017. “Are Cultural Heritage and Resources Threatened by Climate Change? A Systematic Literature Review.” Climatic Change 142 (1–2): 227–54. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10584-017-1929-9.
  • Ford JD, Pearce T, McDowell G, et al. 2018. “Vulnerability and its discontents: The past, present, and future of climate change vulnerability research.” Climatic Change 151(2): 189–203.
  • Guzman, P. and Daly, C. 2021. Cultural Heritage in Climate Planning; The HiCLIP Pilot Project for Understanding the Integration of Culture into Climate Action. A report on the Climate Heritage Network WG4 HiCLIP project. ICOMOS. https://climateheritage.org/cultural-heritage-climate-planning/
  • Heathcote, Jen, et al. 2017. “Predicting and Adapting to Climate Change: Challenges for the Historic Environment.” The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice 8 (2): 89–100. doi:10.1080/17567505.2017.1317071.
  • Heilen, Michael, Jeffrey H. Altschul, and Friedrich Lüth. 2018. “Modelling Resource Values and Climate Change Impacts to Set Preservation and Research Priorities.” Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites 20 (4): 261–84. https://doi.org/10.1080/13505033.2018.1545204.
  • Hurlbert, Margot, et al. 2009. “Climate Change and Water Governance in Saskatchewan, Canada.” International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management 1 (2): 118–32. https://doi.org/10.1108/17568690910955595.
  • Kenny, Shawn. 2019. “Asset Management of Linear Civil Infrastructure – Through the Lens of a Changing Climate.” Cur Trends Civil & Struct Eng. 2(3). CTCSE.MS.ID.000537. DOI: 10.33552/CTCSE.2019.02.000537.
  • Megarry, William and Kacey Hadick. 2021. “Lessons from the Edge: Assessing the impact and efficacy of digital technologies to stress urgency about climate change and cultural heritage globally.” The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice12 (3-4): 336-355.DOI:10.1080/17567505.2021.1944571
  • Mendes, José Manuel, Gretchen Kalonji, Rohit Jigyasu, and Alice Chang-Richards, editors. 2021. Strengthening Disaster Risk Governance to Manage Disaster Risk. Amsterdam: Elsevier.
  • Richards, Jenny, Scott Allan Orr, and Heather Viles. 2020. “Reconceptualising the Relationships between Heritage and Environment within an Earth System Science Framework.” Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development 10 (2): 122-129. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/JCHMSD-08-2019-0099.
  • Sesana, Elena, et al. 2021. “Climate Change Impacts on Cultural Heritage: A Literature Review.” Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 12 (4): 1–29. https://doi.org/10.1002/wcc.710.
  • Sutter, Glenn C. 2015. “Review: The Future of Heritage as Climates Change: Loss, Adaptation and Creativity.” Museum Management and Curatorship 30 (4): 359–61. https://doi.org/10.1080/09647775.2015.1065569.
  • Vandesande, A., and E. Verstrynge. 2020. Preventive Conservation – From Climate and Damage Monitoring to a Systemic and Integrated Approach. Vol. 5. CRC Press. https://doi.org/10.1201/9781003004042-2.

CLIMATE IMPACTS-Indigenous Heritage

  • Andrews, Thomas D, et al. 2016. “Permafrost Thaw and Aboriginal Cultural Landscapes in the Gwich’in Region, Canada.” APT Bulletin Journal of Preservation Technology 47 (1): 15–22.
  • Carmichael, Bethune, et al. 2018. “Local and Indigenous Management of Climate Change Risks to Archaeological Sites.” Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 23 (2): 231–55. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11027-016-9734-8.
  • Cunsolo Willox A, et al. 2011. “‘The land enriches the soul:’ On climatic and environmental change, affect, and emotional health and well-being in Rigolet, Nunatsiavut, Canada.” Emotion, Space and Society 6(1): 14–24.
  • Cunsolo Willox A, et al. 2012. “‘From this place and of this place:’ Climate change, sense of place, and health in Nunatsiavut, Canada.” Social Science & Medicine 75(3): 538–547.
  • Ford JD, et al. 2016. Community-based adaptation research in the Canadian Arctic. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 7(2): 175–191.
  • Ford JD, et al. 2008. Climate change in the Arctic: Current and future vulnerability in two Inuit communities in Canada. Geographical Journal 174(1): 45–62.
  • Golden DM, Audet C and Smith MA. 2014. “Blue-ice”: Framing climate change and reframing climate change adaptation from the indigenous peoples’ perspective in the northern boreal forest of Ontario, Canada. Climate and Development 7(5): 1–13.
  • Johnson, Danielle Emma, Meg Parsons, and Karen Fisher. 2021. “Indigenous Climate Change Adaptation: New Directions for Emerging Scholarship.” Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space, June. https://doi.org/10.1177/25148486211022450.
  • Krupnik, Igor, Jennifer T. Rubis, and Douglas Nakashima. 2018. “Indigenous Knowledge for Climate Change Assessment and Adaptation: Epilogue.” Indigenous Knowledge for Climate Change Assessment and Adaptation 1992: 280–90. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781316481066.021.
  • Madan, Nidhi. 2017. “Integrating Farmer’s Traditional Knowledge and Practices into Climate Change Sectoral Development Planning: Case Studies from India.” In Climate Change Research at Universities. Cham: Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-58214-6_1.
  • Nakashima, D., Rubis, J., & Krupnik, I. 2018. “Indigenous Knowledge for Climate Change Assessment and Adaptation: Introduction.” In D. Nakashima, I. Krupnik, & J. Rubis (Eds.), Indigenous Knowledge for Climate Change Assessment and Adaptation. pp. 1-20. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. doi:10.1017/9781316481066.002
  • Pearce T, Smit B, Duerden F, et al. 2010. “Inuit vulnerability and adaptive capacity to climate change in Ulukhaktok, Northwest Territories, Canada.” Polar Record 46(2): 157–177.
  • Simpson, Nicholas P., Joanne Clarke, Scott Allan Orr, Georgina Cundill, Ben Orlove, Sandra Fatorić, Salma Sabour. 2022. “Decolonizing Climate Change–Heritage Research.” Nature Climate Change, February. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41558-022-01279-8.
  • Turner NJ and Clifton H.2009. “It’s so different today”: Climate change and indigenous lifeways in British Columbia, Canada. Global Environmental Change 19(2): 180–190.
  • Williams L. 2018. “Climate change, colonialism, and women’s well-being in Canada: What is to be done?” Canadian Journal of Public Health 109(2): 268–271.
  • Williams L. 2018.”Women and climate change impacts and action in Canada. Feminist, Indigenous and intersectional perspectives.” Report produced in collaboration with the Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women and the Alliance for Intergenerational Resilience. pp.38.
  • Wolf J, Allice I and Bell T. 2013. “Values, climate change, and implications for adaptation: Evidence from two communities in Labrador, Canada.” Global Environmental Change 23(2): 548–562.

CLIMATE IMPACTS-Landscapes

  • Agrawal, Nirupama, and Alireza Jahanandish. 2019. “Is Climate Change Impacting Rideau Canal Skateway, the World’s Longest Skating Rink?” Natural Hazards 98 (1): 91–101. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11069-018-3459-9. (red=added from Susan’s climate change/sustainable heritage folders of articles)
  • Aicardi, I, et al. 2015. “A Didactic Project for Landscape Heritage Mapping in Post-Disaster Management.” Applied Geomatics 7 (1): 49–60. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12518-014-0144-x.
  • Beagan, Chris, and Susan Dolan. 2015. “Integrating Components of Resilient Systems into Cultural Landscape Management.” Change Over Time 5 (2): 180–99.
  • Cook, Isabel, Robert Johnston, and Katherine Selby. 2021. “Climate Change and Cultural Heritage: A Landscape Vulnerability Framework.” Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology 16 (2–4): 553–71. https://doi.org/10.1080/15564894.2019.1605430.
  • Melnick, Robert Z. 2009. “Climate Change and Landscape Preservation: A Twenty-First-Century Conundrum.” APT Bulletin 40 (3/4): 35–42. http://www.apti.org/publications/Past-Bulletin-Articles/Melnick-40-3-4.pdf%5Cnwww.jstor.org/stable/40284502?origin=JSTOR-pdf.
  • Marandi, Anna, and Kelly Leilani Main. 2021. “Vulnerable City, Recipient City, or Climate Destination? Towards a Typology of Domestic Climate Migration Impacts in US Cities.” Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 11 (3): 465–80. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13412-021-00712-2.
  • Page, Bob. 2015. “Cultural Landscape Preservation in Context: Responding to a Changing Environment, , 32 (1), 59-70.” George Wright Forum 32 (1): 59–70. http://www.georgewright.org/321page.pdf

CLIMATE IMPACTS-Coastal Heritage-Sea Rise-Flooding

  • Anzidei, Marco, et al. 2020. “Sea Level Rise Scenario for 2100 a.D. in the Heritage Site of Pyrgi (Santa Severa, Italy).” Journal of Marine Science and Engineering 8 (2): 1–18. https://doi.org/10.3390/jmse8020064.
  • Casey, Alanna, and Austin Becker. 2019. “Institutional and Conceptual Barriers to Climate Change Adaptation for Coastal Cultural Heritage.” Coastal Management 47 (2). https://doi.org/10.1080/08920753.2019.1564952.
  • Cottar, Shaieree, et al. 2021. “Evaluating Property Buyouts and Disaster Recovery Assistance (Rebuild) Options in Canada: A Comparative Analysis of Constance Bay, Ontario and Pointe Gatineau, Quebec.” Natural Hazards 109 (1): 201–20. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11069-021-04832-4.
  • Eggleston, Jennifer, and Jen Wellock. 2015. “The National Flood Insurance Program and Historic Resources.” Forum Journal 29 (4): 34–46.
  • Feng, Boyu, Ying Zhang, and Robin Bourke. 2021. “Urbanization Impacts on Flood Risks Based on Urban Growth Data and Coupled Flood Models.” Natural Hazards 106 (1): 613–27. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11069-020-04480-0.
  • Olynyk, M. 2008. “Summary of the Significance of and Threats to Cultural Resources Located at the Historic Settlement Area on Herschel Island Territorial Park of Yukon.” Heritage at Risk: ICOMOS World Report 2006/2007 on Monuments and Sites in Danger, 212–14.
  • Reeder-Myers, Leslie A. 2015. “Cultural Heritage at Risk in the Twenty-First Century: A Vulnerability Assessment of Coastal Archaeological Sites in the United States.” Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology 10 (3): 436–45. https://doi.org/10.1080/15564894.2015.1008074.
  • Stucchi, Leonardo, et al. 2021. “Assessment of Climate-Driven Flood Risk and Adaptation Supporting the Conservation Management Plan of a Heritage Site. The National Art Schools of Cuba.” Climate 9 (2): 1–26. https://doi.org/10.3390/cli9020023.
  • Volk, Michael, Kathryn Frank, and Belinda B. Nettles. 2015. “Managing Coastal Change in the Cultural Landscape: A Case Study in Yankeetown and Inglis, Florida.” Change Over Time 5 (2): 226–46. https://doi.org/10.1353/cot.2015.0018.

CLIMATE ADAPTATION-Heritage

  • Boccardi, Giovanni. 2015 .“From Mitigation to Adaptation: A New Heritage Paradigm for the Anthropocene.” 87-97. Editor Marie-Theres Albert. Perceptions of Sustainability in Heritage Studies. De Gruyter.
  • Boro, Marte, Rebecca Bain, Jerker Bexelius, and Anne-Cathrine Flyen. 2020. “Adaptation Stories: Examples of Risk Assessment, Adaptation Planning and Conservation Management of Northern Historic Places.” http://nationalarchives.gov.uk/doc/opengovernment-licence/version/3/www.adaptnorthernheritage.org.
  • Brabec, Elizabeth, and Elizabeth Chilton. 2015. “Toward an Ecology of Cultural Heritage.” Change Over Time 5 (2): 266–85. https://doi.org/10.1353/cot.2015.0021.
  • Carmichael, Bethune, et al. 2020. “A Methodology for the Assessment of Climate Change Adaptation Options for Cultural Heritage Sites.” Climate (Basel) 8, no. 8: 88–1-19. https://doi.org/10.3390/CLI8080088.
  • Daly, C., et al.. 2020. ‘Climate Change Adaptation Planning, a National Scale Methodology.’ Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development.
  • Daly, C. 2019. Climate Change Adaptation Sectoral Plan for Built and Archaeological Heritage. Dublin: Department of Culture Heritage and the Gaeltacht. Available at https://www.chg.gov.ie/heritage/climate-change/the-built-and-archaeological-heritage-climate-change-sectoral-adaptation-plan/
  • Dastgerdi, Ahmadreza Shirvani, et al. 2020. “Climate Change and Sustaining Heritage Resources: A Framework for Boosting Cultural and Natural Heritage Conservation in Central Italy.” Climate 8 (2). https://doi.org/10.3390/cli8020026.
  • DeSilvey, Caitlin, et al. “When Loss Is More: From Managed Decline to Adaptive Release.” The historic environment: Policy& Practice 12, no. 3-4 (2021): 418–433.
  • Dickinson, Thea, Livia Bizikova and Ian Burton. 2009. “Integrating Climate Change Adaptation into Sustainable Development.” in Gregory C. Knight and Jill Jaeger, editors. Integrated Regional Assessment of Global Climate Change. Cambridge, 15-159.
  • Fatorić, Sandra, and Robbert Biesbroek. 2020. “Adapting Cultural Heritage to Climate Change Impacts in the Netherlands: Barriers, Interdependencies, and Strategies for Overcoming Them.” Climatic Change 162 (2): 301–20. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10584-020-02831-1.
  • Fatorić, Sandra, and Erin Seekamp. 2017. “Securing the Future of Cultural Heritage by Identifying Barriers to and Strategizing Solutions for Preservation under Changing Climate Conditions.” Sustainability (Switzerland) 9 (11). https://doi.org/10.3390/su9112143
  • Fernandez-Galiano, E., Lefèvre, et al. (n.d.). Listening to the STORM: Preliminary Survey to Identify Needs in Risk Management Policies for Cultural Heritage Endangered by Natural Hazards 103 P. Bianconi Joint Programming Initiative on Cultural Heritage and Global Change: Strategies and Activities Plan 113.
  • Fluck, H. 2016 .Climate Change Adaptation Report. Research Report Series 28/2016. Swindon: Historic England. http://research.historicengland.org.uk/Report.aspx?i=15500
  • Hambrecht, George, and Marcy Rockman. 2017. “International Approaches to Climate Change and Cultural Heritage.” American Antiquity 82 (4): 627–41. https://doi.org/10.1017/aaq.2017.30.
  • Harvey, David, and James A. Perry. 2015 .The Future of Heritage as Climates Change : Loss, Adaptation and Creativity. New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Hermann, C, et al. 2021. “Raising Awareness and Training Professionals to Assess Climate Risks to Historic Buildings and Commence Adaptation Planning – Experiences from Adapt Northern Heritage.” IOP conference series. Earth and environmental science 863 (1): 12029–1-8.
  • Jigyasu, Rohit. 2020. “Managing Cultural Heritage in the Face of Climate Change.” Journal of international affairs 73 (1): 87–100.
  • Mikkonen, Tuija. 2018. “Cultural Environment as a Resource in Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation.” In Cultural Heritage Facing Climate Change: Experiences and Ideas for Resilience and Adaptation.
  • O’Brien, Geoff, Phil O’Keefe, Janaka Jayawickrama, and Rohit Jigyasu. 2015. “Developing a Model for Building Resilience to Climate Risks for Cultural Heritage.” Journal of cultural heritage management and sustainable development 5 (2): 99–114.
  • Orr, Scott Allan, Jenny Richards, and Sandra Fatorić. 2021. “Climate Change and Cultural Heritage: A Systematic Literature Review (2016-2020).” The Historic Environment 12 (3-4): 434–477.
  • Phillips, Helen. 2015. “The Capacity to Adapt to Climate Change at Heritage Sites-The Development of a Conceptual Framework.” Environmental Science and Policy 47: 118–25. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsci.2014.11.003.
  • Sabbioni, C., Peter Brimblecombe, May Cassar, and Noah’s Ark (Project). 2010. The Atlas of Climate Change Impact on European Cultural Heritage : Scientific Analysis and Management Strategies. Anthem.
  • Sargent, Liz, and Deborah Slaton. 2015. “Heading into the Wind: Climate Change and the Implications for Managing Our Cultural Landscape.” Change Over Time 5 (2): 200–224.
  • Seekamp, Erin, Sandra Fatorić, and Allie McCreary. 2020. “Historic Preservation Priorities for Climate Adaptation.” Ocean & coastal management 191 (105180)–1-15.
  • Sesana, Elena, Alexandre S Gagnon, Chiara Bertolin, and John Hughes. 2018. “Adapting Cultural Heritage to Climate Change Risks: Perspectives of Cultural Heritage Experts in Europe.” Geosciences (Switzerland) 8 (8). https://doi.org/10.3390/geosciences8080305.
  • Terrill, Greg. 2008. “Climate Change: How Should the World Heritage Convention Respond?” International Journal of Heritage Studies 14 (5): 388–404. https://doi.org/10.1080/13527250802284388.

CLIMATE ADAPTATION-Methods-Research

  • Cundill, Georgina, et al. 2019. “Large-Scale Transdisciplinary Collaboration for Adaptation Research: Challenges and Insights.” Global Challenges.
  • Cundill, Georgina, Blane Harvey. 2019 “Unpacking the Potential of Social Learning in Adaptation Policy.” Research Handbook on Climate Change Adaptation Policy. Edward Elgar Publishing. 125-137.
  • Cundill, Georgina, et al. 2021. “Toward a climate mobilities research agenda: Intersectionality, immobility, and policy responses.” Global Environmental Change 69: 1-7.
  • Daly, C., et al.. 2020. ‘Climate Change Adaptation Planning, a National Scale Methodology.’ Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development.
  • Dickinson Thea. 2007. The compendium of adaptation models for climate change, 1st edn. Adaptation and Impacts Research Division, Environment Canada, Downsview
  • Dickinson, Thea L. 2019.  “Advancing Climate Change Adaptation.” (Dissertation). University of Toronto.
  • Dickinson, Thea, Livia Bizikova and Ian Burton. 2009. “Integrating Climate Change Adaptation into Sustainable Development.” in Gregory C. Knight and Jill Jaeger, editors. Integrated Regional Assessment of Global Climate Change. Cambridge, 15-159.
  • Folke, Carl, et al. 2010. “Resilience Thinking: Integrating Resilience, Adaptability and Transformability.” Ecology and Society 15 (4). https://doi.org/10.5751/ES-03610-150420.
  • Ford, James D. D., and Lea Berrang-Ford. 2011. Climate Change Adaptation in Developed Nations: From Theory to Practice. Springer Netherlands.
  • Klinenberg, Eric. 2016. “Climate Change: Adaptation, Mitigation, and Critical Infrastructures.” Public Culture 28 (2): 187–92. https://doi.org/10.1215/08992363-3427415.
  • Simonet, Guillaume and Sandra Fatorić. 2016. “Does ‘Adaptation to Climate Change’ Mean Resignation or Opportunity?” Regional Environmental Change 16 (3): 789–99. doi.org/10.1007/s10113-015-0792-3.
  • Vachon, Geneviève, and et al. 2013. “An Interdisciplinary and Intersectoral Action-Research Method: Case-Study of Climate Change Adaptation by Cities Using Participatory Web 2.0 Urban Design.” Enquiry 10 (1): 14–28.
  • Ward, Catherine D.Georgina Cundill, Guy F. Midgley, Astrid Jarre. 2021. “Drawing on diverse knowledge systems to enhance local climate understanding in the southern Cape, South Africa.” Environment and Society 26 (4):10.1-36.

CLIMATE ADAPTATION-Urban Landscape-Cities

  • Alizadeh, Behdad, and James Hitchmough. 2019. “A Review of Urban Landscape Adaptation to the Challenge of Climate Change.” International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management 11 (2): 178–94. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJCCSM-10-2017-0179.
  • Antuña-Rozado, Carmen, Justo García-Navarro, and Pekka Huovila. 2019. “Challenges in Adapting Sustainable City Solutions from Finland to Different Contexts worldwide: A Libyan Case Study.” Energies 12 (10). https://doi.org/10.3390/en12101883.
  • Blum, Alan, and Elke Grenzer. 2016. “Heritage in Transition Scenes of Urban Innovation Conference Program Syros 2016.” www.cultureofcities.com.
  • Carmin, Jo Ann, Isabelle Anguelovski, and Debra Roberts. 2012. “Urban Climate Adaptation in the Global South: Planning in an Emerging Policy Domain.” Journal of Planning Education and Research 32 (1): 18–32. https://doi.org/10.1177/0739456X11430951.
  • Eichner, M., and Z. Ivanova. 2020. “Climate Change and Eco-Anthropocentric Approach to Architectural and Urban Planning.” In IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering. Vol. 953. IOP Publishing Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1088/1757-899X/953/1/012055.
  • Fabbricatti, Katia, Lucie Boissenin, and Michele Citoni. 2020. “Heritage Community Resilience: Towards New Approaches for Urban Resilience and Sustainability.” City, Territory and Architecture 7 (1). https://doi.org/10.1186/s40410-020-00126-7.
  • Leichenko, Robin M., and William D. Solecki. 2013. “Climate Change in Suburbs: An Exploration of Key Impacts and Vulnerabilities.” Urban Climate 6: 82–97. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.uclim.2013.09.001.
  • Leichenko, R. 2011. “Climate change and urban resilience.” Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 3 (3): 164–168. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cosust.2010.12.014
  • Pintossi, N.; Ikiz Kaya, D.; Pereira Roders, A. 2021. “Identifying Challenges and Solutions in Cultural Heritage Adaptive Reuse through the Historic Urban Landscape Approach in Amsterdam.” Sustainability 13, 5547. https://doi.org/10.3390/su13105547
  • Ross, Susan M. 2019. “Waterworks in a changing climate: the R.C. Harris filtration plant, Toronto, Canada,” Proceedings of the Institute of Civil Engineers – Engineering History and Heritage 172 (3): 125-135. https://doi.org/10.1680/jenhh.18.00025

CLIMATE ADAPTATION-Buildings

  • Anaf, Willemien, Diana Leyva Pernia, and Olivier Schalm. 2018. “Standardized Indoor Air Quality Assessments as a Tool to Prepare Heritage Guardians for Changing Preservation Conditions Due to Climate Change.” Geosciences (Switzerland) 8 (8). https://doi.org/10.3390/geosciences8080276.
  • Brandt, Mark Thompson, and Cory Rouillard. 2020. “Climate Chaos and Heritage-Conservation Values: The Urgency for Action.” APT bulletin 51 (1): 37–48.
  • Brandt, Mark Thompson. 2017. “Buildings and Stories: Mindset, Climate Change and Mid-Century Modern.” Journal of architectural conservation 23 (1-2): 36–46.
  • Brimblecombe, Peter, and Carlota M Grossi. 2007. “Damage to Buildings from Future Climate and Pollution.” APT Bulletin Journal of Preservation Technology 38 (2): 13–18.
  • English, Elizabeth C., et al. 2018. “Building Resilience through Flood Risk Reduction: The Benefits of Amphibious Foundation Retrofits to Heritage Structures.” In 8th International Conference on Building Resilience – ICBR Lisbon’2018 Risk and Resilience in Practice: Vulnerabilities, Displaced People, Local Communities and Heritages 14-16 November 2018 – Lisbon, Portugal. https://doi.org/10.1080/15583058.2019.1695154.
  • García, G., A. Tenze, and C. Achig. 2020. “The Role of the University in Maintaining Vernacular Heritage Buildings in the Southern Region of Ecuador.” Preventive Conservation – From Climate and Damage Monitoring to a Systemic and Integrated Approach, 103–10. https://doi.org/10.1201/9781003004042-15.
  • Kinnane, Oliver, Tom Grey, and Mark Dyer. 2017. “Adaptable Housing Design for Climate Change Adaptation.” Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Engineering Sustainability 170 (5): 249–67. https://doi.org/10.1680/jensu.15.00029.
  • Lu, Jacqueline, et al. 2021. “Climate Resilience of Internally-Insulated Historic Masonry Assemblies: Comparison of Moisture Risk Under Current and Future Climate Scenarios.” Minerals (Basel) 11, no. 3 (2021): 271–.
  • Marsh, R. 2012. “The paradox of climate change mitigation and adaptation in Danish housing.” Open House International 37(4), 19-28.
  • Munarim, Ulisses, and Enedir Ghisi. 2016. “Environmental Feasibility of Heritage Buildings Rehabilitation.” Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. Elsevier Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rser.2015.12.334.
  • O’Brien, Geoff, Phil O’Keefe, Janaka Jayawickrama, and Rohit Jigyasu. 2015. “Developing a Model for Building Resilience to Climate Risks for Cultural Heritage.” Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development 5 (2): 99–114. https://doi.org/10.1108/JCHMSD-06-2013-0021.
  • Prizeman, Oriel. 2015. Sustainable Building Conservation: Theory and Practice of Responsive Design in the Heritage Environment. Newcastle upon Tyne: RIBA Publishing.
  • Prizeman, Oriel, Mahdi Boughanmi, and Camilla Pezzica. 2022. “Carnegie Libraries of Britain: Assets or Liabilities? Managing Altering Agendas of Energy Efficiency for Early 20th Century Heritage.” Public library quarterly 41 (1): 43–82.
  • Sesana, E., Bertolin, C., Gagnon, A. S., & Hughes, J. J. 2019. Mitigating climate change in the cultural built heritage sector. Climate, 7(7). https://doi.org/10.3390/cli7070090
  • Whitman, Chris, Oriel Prizeman and Max Lacey Barnacale, 2016. Correlating maintenance, energy efficiency and fuel poverty for traditional buildings in the UK. Cadw, Historic Scotland, Historic England. https://www.cardiff.ac.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0008/1318364/Maintenance-energy-fuel-poverty.pdf
  • Whitman, Christopher J.  and Oriel Prizeman. 2016. “U-Value Monitoring of Infill Panels of a Fifteenth-Century Dwelling in Herefordshire, UK.” APT bulletin 47, no. 4 : 6–13.
  • Yung, Esther H.K., and Edwin H.W. Chan. 2012. “Implementation Challenges to the Adaptive Reuse of Heritage Buildings: Towards the Goals of Sustainable, Low Carbon Cities.” Habitat International 36 (3): 352–61. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.habitatint.2011.11.001.

CLIMATE ADAPTATION-Social Justice, Global Perspectives, Migration

  • Ajibade, Idowu Jola, and A. R Siders. 2021. Global Views on Climate Relocation and Social Justice: Navigating Retreat. Milton: Taylor and Francis.
  • Alatalu, Riin. 2021. “Dignity of the Heritage and the Heritage Communities.” Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development 11 (2): 146–54. https://doi.org/10.1108/JCHMSD-06-2019-0064.
  • Brumann, Christoph, and Aurélie Gfeller. 2021. “Cultural Landscapes and the UNESCO World Heritage List: Perpetuating European Dominance.” International Journal of Heritage Studies. https://doi.org/10.1080/13527258.2021.1941197.
  • Dickinson, Thea and Ian Burton. 2011. “Adaptation to Climate change in Canada:  A Multi-level Mosaic.” in J.D. Ford and L. Berrang-Ford (eds.), Climate Change Adaptation in Developed Nations: From Theory to Practice, Advances in Global Change Research 42, 103-117.
  • Ferretti, Federico. 2019. “Radical Geography in Pernambuco.” Annals of the American Association of Geographers, 1–19. https://doi.org/10.1080/24694452.2018.1554423ï.
  • Gao, Xuan, et al. 2020. “Farmers’ Landslide Risk Perceptions and Willingness for Restoration and Conservation of World Heritage Site of Honghe Hani Rice Terraces, China.” Landslides 17 (8): 1915–24. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10346-020-01389-4.
  • Ghosn, Rania, and El Hadi Jazairy. 2021. “Elephant in the Room.” Journal of Architectural Education 75 (2): 264–74. https://doi.org/10.1080/10464883.2021.1947677.
  • Goli, I., Omidi Najafabadi, M. & Lashgarara, F. 2020. “Where are We Standing and Where Should We Be Going? Gender and Climate Change Adaptation Behavior.” J Agric Environ Ethics 33:187–218. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10806-020-09822-3
  • McGuire, Randall H. 2020. “The Materiality and Heritage of Contemporary Forced Migration.” Annual Review of Anthropology Annual Reviews 49 (1): 175–91, https://doi.org/10.1146/annurev-anthro-010220-074624.
  • Verner, Dorte, ed. 2012. “Gender-Responsive Climate Change Adaptation: Ensuring Effectiveness and Sustainability.” In Adaptation to a Changing Climate in the Arab Countries : A Case for Adaptation Governance and Leadership in Building Climate Resilience. http://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/oculcarleton-ebooks/detail.action?docID=1109721.
  • Wiggins, Meredith. 2018. “Eroding Paradigms: Heritage in an Age of Climate Gentrification.” Change Over Time 8 (1): 122-130. doi:10.1353/cot.2018.0006.

EDUCATION-Climate-Environment-Sustainability

  • Altomonte, Sergio. 2009. “Environmental Education for Sustainable Architecture.” Review of European Studies 1 (2).
  • Anderson, Allison. 2012. “Climate Change Education for Mitigation and Adaptation.” Journal of Education for Sustainable Development 6 (2): 191–206. https://doi.org/10.1177/0973408212475199.
  • Backman, Malin, et al. 2019. “Experiential Approaches to Sustainability Education: Towards Learning Landscapes.” International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education 20 (1): 139–56. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJSHE-06-2018-0109.
  • Bontchev, B.; et al. 2022.“Let Us Save Venice”—An Educational Online Maze Game for Climate Resilience. Sustainability 14,7. https:// doi.org/10.3390/su14010007
  • Burch, Sarah L. and Sara E. Harris. 2014. “A Massive Open Online Course on climate change: The social construction of a global problem using new tools for connectedness.” Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 5 (5): 577–85. https://doi.org/10.1002/wcc.300.
  • Cundill, Georgina, Blane Harvey. 2019 “Unpacking the Potential of Social Learning in Adaptation Policy.” Research Handbook on Climate Change Adaptation Policy. Edward Elgar Publishing. 125-137.
  • Feinstein, N. W., and K. J. Mach. 2020. “Three Roles for Education in Climate Change Adaptation.” Climate Policy 20 (3): 317–22. https://doi.org/10.1080/14693062.2019.1701975.
  • Filho, Walter Leal, et al. 2021. “Handling Climate Change Education at Universities: An Overview.” Environmental Sciences Europe 33 (1). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12302-021-00552-5.
  • Krasny, Marianne E., and Bryce DuBois. 2019. “Climate Adaptation Education: Embracing Reality or Abandoning Environmental Values.” Environmental Education Research 25 (6): 883–94. https://doi.org/10.1080/13504622.2016.1196345.
  • Martin, John, et al. 2021. “Development of the My Cult-Rural Toolkit.” Sustainability (Switzerland) 13 (13). https://doi.org/10.3390/su13137128.
  • Matusch, Tobias, et al. 2018. “Implementing a Modern E-Learning Strategy in an Interdisciplinary Environment—Empowering UNESCO Stakeholders to Use Earth Observation.” Geosciences (Switzerland) 8 (12). https://doi.org/10.3390/geosciences8120432.
  • Monroe, Martha C., et al. 2019. “Identifying Effective Climate Change Education Strategies: A Systematic Review of the Research.” Environmental Education Research 25 (6): 791–812. https://doi.org/10.1080/13504622.2017.1360842.
  • Nam, Annie Hyokyong, and Sueyoon Lee. 2021. “Students as Partners. Implementation of Climate Change Education Within the Harvard Graduate School of Education.” In International Explorations in Outdoor and Environmental Education, 153–80. Springer Science and Business Media B.V. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-57927-2_6.
  • O’Brien, Karen, et al. 2013. “You Say You Want a Revolution? Transforming Education and Capacity Building in Response to Global Change.” Environmental Science and Policy 28 (April): 48–59. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsci.2012.11.011.
  • Ololube, Nwachukwu, et al. 2015. “Climate Change Education in Nigeria: The Role of Curriculum Review” 5 (3): 71–79. https://doi.org/10.5923/j.edu.20150503.01.
  • Reimers, Fernando M. 2021. “Learning from Teaching Graduate Students How to Design Climate Change Education Programs.” In International Explorations in Outdoor and Environmental Education, 181–201. Springer Science and Business Media B.V. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-57927-2_7.
  • Roysen, Rebeca, and Tânia Cristina Cruz. 2020. “Educating for Transitions: Ecovillages as Transdisciplinary Sustainability ‘Classrooms.’” International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education 21 (5): 977–92. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJSHE-01-2020-0009.
  • Stevenson, Robert B., Jennifer Nicholls, and Hilary Whitehouse. 2017. “What Is Climate Change Education?” Curriculum Perspectives 37 (1): 67–71. https://doi.org/10.1007/s41297-017-0015-9.
  • Stupar, Aleksandra, Vladimir Mihajlov, and Ivan Simic. 2017. “Towards the Conceptual Changes in Architectural Education: Adjusting to Climate Change.” Sustainability (Switzerland) 9 (8). https://doi.org/10.3390/su9081355.
  • Velázquez Labrada, et al. 2021. “The Environmental Education in the Face of the Climatic Change in the University Professional’s Formation: Experiences from the Universidad de Oriente.” Universidad y Sociedad 13 (1).

EDUCATION-History-Heritage

  • Cassar, M. 2003. “Education and Training Needs for the Conservation and Protection of Cultural Heritage.” https://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/18787/1/18787.pdf
  • Glassber, D. 2014. “Public History Skills: Place, Memory, and Climate Change.” Public Historian 36 (3): 17–30. https://doi.org/10.1525/tph.2014.36.3.17.
  • Jones, Karen. 2020. “Greening the Past: Putting History in Its Place at the Ecological University.” International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJSHE-07-2020-0233.
  • Moniz, G C, A Canziani, and C Quiroga. 2018. “Learning to Reuse Modernity: The Educational Challenge.” In Proceedings of the 15th International Docomomo Conference – Metamorphosis: The Continuity of Change, IDC 2018, edited by Tostoes A Koselj N., 532–39. Docomomo.
  • Popa, Nathalie. 2021. “Promoting Historical Consciousness in History Education: An Instructional Model and Classroom-Based Design Study.” Thesis, McGill University. https://escholarship.mcgill.ca/concern/theses/xg94hv268
  • Seekamp, E, and E Jo. 2020. “Resilience and Transformation of Heritage Sites to Accommodate for Loss and Learning in a Changing Climate.” Climatic Change 162 (1): 41–55. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10584-020-02812-4.
  • Magar, V., King, J., & Jigyasu, R. 2020. Training and Capacity Building in Built Heritage at Iccrom: A historical and future perspective. Conservation Perspectives, 35(2), 15.

EDUCATION-Indigenous-Land-based

  • Asch, M., Borrows, J., & Tully, J. (Eds). 2018. Resurgence and reconciliation: Indigenous settler relations and Earth teachings. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
  • Alfred, Taiaiake. 2014. “The Akwesasne Cultural Restoration Program: A Mohawk Approach to Land-Based Education.” Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education & Society 3 (3): 134–44.
  • Johnson, Danielle E. 2019. “Indigenous Storytelling and Language Learning: Digital Media as a Vehicle for Cultural Transmission and Language Acquisition.” In Perspectives on Indigenous Writing and Literacies. BRILL. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004298507_006.
  • Lowan-Trudeau, Gregory. 2019. “Gatekeeper or Gardener? Exploring Positioning, Paradigms, and Metaphors in Indigenous Environmental Education Research.” Journal of Environmental Education 50 (4–6): 348–57. https://doi.org/10.1080/00958964.2019.1687413.
  • Mcdavid, Carol, Uzma Z Rizvi, and Laurajane Smith. 2016. “Conversations Inspired by a Workshop.” In Community Archaeology and Heritage In Africa, Ed. Peter R. Schmidt and Innocent Pikirayi, Routledge.
  • Murray, Laura J. 2018. “Settler and Indigenous Stories of Kingston/Ka’tarohkwi: A Case Study in Critical Heritage Pedagogy.” Journal of Canadian Studies 52 (1): 249–79. https://doi.org/10.3138/jcs.2017-0052.r2.
  • Sullivan, S., N. Hall, and S. Greer. 2016. “Learning to Walk Together and Work Together: Providing a Formative Teaching Experience for Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Heritage Managers.” Managing Archaeological Resources: Global Context, National Programs, Local Actions. Taylor and Francis. 35-54.

EDUCATION-Museums-Communication

  • Dawson, Peter, and Richard Levy. 2016. “From Science to Survival: Using Virtual Exhibits to Communicate the Significance of Polar Heritage Sites in the Canadian Arctic.” Open Archaeology 2 (1). https://doi.org/10.1515/opar-2016-0016.
  • Janes, Robert R. 2020. “Museums in perilous times.” Museum Management and Curatorship 35:6, 587-598, DOI: 10.1080/09647775.2020.1836998
  • Janes, Robert R., and Naomi Grattan. 2019. “Museums Confront the Climate Challenge.” Curator, The Museum Journal.
  • Janes, Robert. 2022. “Confronting Authentic Change in Museums.”Journal of the Anchorage Museum 5, pp. 11-13. https://magsmaguol.wixsite.com/home/post/confronting-authentic-change-in-museums
  • Lemieux, Christopher J., et al. 2018. “‘The End of the Ice Age?’: Disappearing World Heritage and the Climate Change Communication Imperative.” Environmental Communication 12 (5): 653–71. https://doi.org/10.1080/17524032.2017.1400454.
  • Morrison, Stephanie M, Jessica J Luke, 2019. “In Pursuit of Connection: Exploring Visitors’ Empathy in Culturally-Centered Museums.” Thesis. https://www.washington.edu/museology/2019/11/13/in-pursuit-of-connection-exploring-visitors-empathy-in-culturally-centered-museums/

EDUCATION-University roles

  • Carter, Emily, et al. 2019. “The Role of Higher Education in Advancing Carbon Pricing.” Second Nature. https://secondnature.org/wp-content/uploads/SecondNature_UC3_The-Role-Of-Higher-Ed-In-Advancing-Carbon-Pricing_Final.pdf
  • Dyers, Georges and Jennifer Andrews. 2011. “Higher Education’s Role in Adapting to a Changing Climate.” Second Nature. www.secondnature.org%7Cwww.presidentsclimatecommitment.org%7Cinfo@secondnature.org.
  • Ferris, Lori. 2021 “Building Reuse is Climate Action,” The Society for College and University Planning, Learning By Design, Summer 2021, 6-9. www.learningbydesignmagazine.com
  • Filho, Walter Leal, et al. 2021. “Mapping Sustainability Initiatives in Higher Education Institutions in Latin America.” Journal of Cleaner Production 315 (September). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2021.128093.
  • García, G., A. Tenze, and C. Achig. 2020. “The Role of the University in Maintaining Vernacular Heritage Buildings in the Southern Region of Ecuador.” Preventive Conservation – From Climate and Damage Monitoring to a Systemic and Integrated Approach, 103–10. https://doi.org/10.1201/9781003004042-15.
  • Reimers, Fernando M. 2021. “The Role of Universities Building an Ecosystem of Climate Change Education.” In International Explorations in Outdoor and Environmental Education, 1–44. Springer Science and Business Media B.V. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-57927-2_1.
  • Owen, Rochelle, Erica Fisher, and Kyle McKenzie. 2013. “Beyond Reduction: Climate Change Adaptation Planning for Universities and Colleges.” International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education. https://doi.org/10.1108/14676371311312860.
  • Pereira, Luisa Dias, Vanessa Tavares, and Nelson Soares. 2021. “Up-to-Date Challenges for the Conservation, Rehabilitation and Energy Retrofitting of Higher Education Cultural Heritage Buildings.” Sustainability (Switzerland) 13 (4). https://doi.org/10.3390/su13042061.

INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE AND GOVERNANCE

See also under CLIMATE IMPACTS-Indigenous Heritage and EDUCATION-Indigenous, Land-based

  • Aird, Karen, and Gretchen Fox. 2020. “Indigenous Living Heritage in Canada.” https://fpcc.ca/resource/indigenous-living-heritage-in-canada/
  • Chamithri, Greruge, and Buddhini Greru. 2018. “Decolonising Design and Heritage in Craft Development Discourses: Examples from Sri Lanka, India and Scotland.”
  • Crowshoe, Lorna. 2021. “Indigenous Practitioner Perspectives on City Building.” June 21, 2021 (video). https://canurb.org/citytalk-news/indigenous-practitioner-perspectives-on-city-building/
  • Forget, A. 2017. Algoma returns traditional burial ground to Métis Nation of Ontario. AnglicanJournal.com.
  • Giblin, John. 2017. “Community Archaeology and Heritage in Africa: Decolonizing Practice.” Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa 52 (3): 428–29. https://doi.org/10.1080/0067270x.2017.1349248.
  • Harper S, Salomon AK, Newell D, et al. 2018. “Indigenous women respond to fisheries conflict and catalyze change in governance on Canada’s Pacific Coast.” Maritime Studies 17: 189–198. https:// doi.org/10.1007/s40152-018-0101-0
  • Helwig, D. 2018. “John Street to become Metis tourist destination.” SooToday.com.
  • Kermoal, N., & Altamirano-Jiménez, I. (Eds). (2016). Living on the land: Indigenous women’s understanding of place. Edmonton, Canada: AU Press.
  • Lytwyn, V. (2007). Echo of the Crane: Tracing Anishnawbek and Métis title to Bawating (Sault Ste. Marie). New histories for old: Changing perspectives on Canada’s native pasts. Eds. Binnema, T, & Neylan, S. Vancouver, Canada: UBC Press.
  • Nijdam, Elizabeth “Biz.” 2021. “Sami-Digital Storytelling: Survivance and Revitalization in Indigenous Digital Games.” New Media and Society. https://doi.org/10.1177/14614448211038902.
  • Palmer, Mark, and Cadey Korson. 2020. “Decolonizing World Heritage Maps Using Indigenous Toponyms, Stories, and Interpretive Attributes.” Cartographica 55 (3): 183–92. https://doi.org/10.3138/CART-2019-0014.
  • Parks Canada, and Indigenous Heritage Circle. 2019. “Report on Gatherings on Indigenous Cultural Heritage.” https://indigenousheritage.ca/2020/08/07/parks-canada-report-on-gatherings-on-indigenous-cultural-heritage-march-2019/
  • Parlee B, Berkes F and Gwich’in T. 2005. “Health of the land, health of the people: A case study on Gwich’in Berry harvesting in Northern Canada.” EcoHealth 2(2): 127–137.
  • Pimachiowin Aki, https://pimaki.ca/
  • Proverbs T, Lantz T, Lord S, et al. (2020) Social-ecological determinants of access to fish and wellbeing in four Gwich’in communities in Canada’s Northwest Territories. Human Ecology 48(2): 155–171.
  • RAIC Indigenous Task Force. 2017. “HIGHLIGHTS REPORT RAIC International Indigenous Architecture and Design Symposium | 1.”
  • Simkin, Jodi. 2020. Creating a New Reality: Repatriation, Reconciliation and Moving Forward.
  • Tuck, E. & Yang, K.W. 2012. “Decolonization is not a metaphor.” Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education & Society. 1(1): 1-40.
  • Watts, V. 2013. “Indigenous Place-Thought and agency amongst humans and non-humans (First Woman and Sky Woman go on a European tour!” DIES: Decolonization, Indigeneity, Education and Society 2(1): 20–34.
  • Wilson, S. 2008. Research is ceremony: Indigenous research methods. Winnipeg, Canada: Fernwood Publishing.
  • Vaughan, C. 2019. “Reclaiming the Rapids: Evaluating the Reconciliatory and Decolonial Potential of Private Land Return.” Thesis. Carleton University.

RESOURCES/MATERIALS-Durability, Reuse

  • Basu, Sudeshna, Scott Allan Orr, and Yasemin D. Aktas. 2020. “A Geological Perspective on Climate Change and Building Stone Deterioration in London: Implications for Urban Stone-Built Heritage Research and Management.” Atmosphere 11 (8): 788–.
  • Brown, Charlotte, Mark Milke and Erica Seville. 2011. “Disaster waste management: A review article.” Waste Management 31: 1085-1098.
  • Carr, Chantel, and Chris Gibson. 2016. “Geographies of Making: Rethinking Materials and Skills for Volatile Futures.” Progress in Human Geography 40(3): 297–315, doi:10.1177/0309132515578775.
  • Cooper, Daniel R. and Timothy G. Gutowski. 2015. “The Environmental Impacts of Reuse: A Review.” Journal of Industrial Ecology. n.p.
  • Corvellec, H., et al. 2021. Resourcification: A non-essentialist theory of resources for sustainable development. Sustainable Development 29(6): 1249–1256. https://doi.org/10.1002/sd.22221256CORVELLECET AL.
  • Dahmen, Joseph, Jens von Bergmann and Misha Das.  2018. “Teardown Index: Impact of property values on carbon dioxide emissions of single-family housing in Vancouver.” Energy & Buildings 170: 95-106.
  • Delaney, Emma L., Paul G. Leahy, Lawrence C. Bank, and Russell Gentry. Jennifer M. McKinley, William Megarry, Conor Graham. 2021 ““An Integrated Geospatial Approach for Repurposing Wind Turbine Blades.” Resources, Conservation and Recycling 170. doi:10.1016/j.resconrec.2021.105601.
  • Denhart, Hazel. 2010. “Deconstructing Disaster: Economic and Environmental Impacts of Deconstruction in Post-Katrina New Orleans.” Resources, Conservation and Recycling 54: 194-204.
  • Dodman, David, Loan Diep & Sarah Colenbrander. 2017. “Making the case for the nexus between resilience and resource efficiency at the city scale.” International Journal of Urban Sustainable Development 9 (2): 97-106, DOI: 10.1080/19463138.2017.1345740
  • Ferriss, Lori. 2021. “Sustainable Reuse of Post-War Architecture through Life Cycle Assessment.” Journal of Architectural Conservation 27 (3): 208–24. https://doi.org/10.1080/13556207.2021.1943260.
  • Frangipane, Anna. 2015. “From Spolia to Recycling: the Reuse of Traditional Construction Materials in Built Heritage and its Role in Sustainability Today: a Review.” Geological Society, London, Special Publications 416: 23-33.
  • Green Leigh, Nancy and Lynn M. Patterson.  2006.”Deconstructing to Redevelop: A Sustainable Alternative to Mechanical Demolition.” Journal of the American Planning Association 72 (2): 217-225.
  • Gregson, Nicky, and Helen Watkins and Melania Castani. 2010. “Inextinguishable fibres: demolition, and the vital materialisms of asbestos.” Environment and Planning A 42: 1065-1083.
  • Hardesty, Donald L. 2001. “Issues in Preserving Toxic Wastes as Heritage Sites.” The Public Historian 23 (2): 19-28.
  • Hassler, Uta. 2009. “Long-term building stock survival and intergenerational management: the role of institutional.” Building Research and Information 37 (5-6): 552-568.
  • Meryman, Helena. 2005. “Structural Materials in Historic Preservation: Environmental Issues and Greener Strategies.” APT Bulletin 36 (4): 31-37.
  • Myers, David. 2016. “Heritage inventories: promoting effectiveness as a vital tool for sustainable heritage management.” Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development 6 (2): 102-112, doi: 10.1108/JCHMSD-02-2016-0009 http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/JCHMSD-02-2016-0009.
  • Orr, Scott Allan, and May Cassar. 2020. “Exposure Indices of Extreme Wind-Driven Rain Events for Built Heritage.” Atmosphere 11 (2): 163–. 1-16.
  • Phillipson, Mark C, Rohinton Emmanuel, and Paul H Baker. 2016. “The Durability of Building Materials Under a Changing Climate.” Wiley interdisciplinary reviews. Climate change 7 (4): 590–599.
  • Ross, Susan and Victoria Angel. 2020. Heritage and Waste: Introduction. Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development 10 (1):1-6.
  • Schultmann, Frank and Sunke, Nicole. 2007. “Energy-oriented Deconstruction and Recovery Planning.” Building Research & Information 35 (6): 602-615.

RESOURCES/MATERIALS-Circular Economy-Equity

  • Berry, Brieanne, et al. 2021. “Just by design: exploring justice as a multidimensional concept in US circular economy discourse,” Local Environment,   DOI: 10.1080/13549839.2021.1994535
  • Foster, Gillian. 2020. “Circular economy strategies for adaptive reuse of cultural heritage buildings to reduce environmental impacts.” Resources, Conservation & Recycling 152. DOI: 10.1016/j.resconrec.2019.104507
  • Gallego-Schmid, Alejandro, et al. 2020. “Links between Circular Economy and Climate Change Mitigation in the Built Environment.” Journal of Cleaner Production 260 (July). doi:10.1016/j.jclepro.2020.121115.
  • Huuhka, Satu, and Inge Vestergaard. 2020. “Building Conservation and the Circular Economy: a Theoretical Consideration.” Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development 10 (1): 29–40, https://doi.org/10.1108/JCHMSD-06-2019-0081.
  • Ikiz Kaya, Deniz, et al. 2021. “Subjective Circularity Performance Analysis of Adaptive Heritage Reuse Practices in the Netherlands.” Sustainable cities and society 70: 102869–.1-14.
  • Ikiz Kaya, D., Pintossi, N., & Dane, G. 2021. An empirical analysis of driving factors and policy enablers of heritage adaptive reuse within the circular economy framework.” Sustainability, 13(5), Article 2479. https://doi.org/10.3390/su13052479
  • Ikiz Kaya, Deniz, Nadia Pintoss, Marco Acri and Maja Debevec. 2021. CLIC Circular models Leveraging Investments in Cultural Heritage adaptive reuse. Deliverable D1.6 Report on Project-long Assessment. https://www.clicproject.eu/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/CLIC_D1.6_Project-long-assessment_20210224_TUe.pdf
  • Knuth Sarah. 2019. “Cities and planetary repair: The problem with climate retrofitting.” Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 51(2):487-504. doi:10.1177/0308518X18793973
  • Nocca, Francesca, et al.  2021.“Circular Economy and Cultural Heritage Conservation: a Proposal for Integrating Level(s) Evaluation Tool.” Ce.S.E.T. Aestimum 78: 105–43, https://doi.org/10.36253/aestim-10119.

TOURISM

Although not one of the main themes of the panel discussions on June 3-4, the relationship of climate change to heritage tourism is part of an increasing number of studies and reports. This is an initial selection that will be expanded.

  • Hall, C. Michael, et al. 2016. “Climate Change and Cultural Heritage: Conservation and Heritage Tourism in the Anthropocene.” Journal of Heritage Tourism 11 (1): 10–24. doi:10.1080/1743873X.2015.1082573.
  • Markham, A., et al. 2016. World Heritage and Tourism in a Changing Climate. Nairobi and Paris: United Nations Environment Programme and United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, 2016. http://whc.unesco.org/en/activities/883/
  • Méndez-Lázaro, Pablo A., et al. 2014. “Tourism and Climate Conditions in San Juan, Puerto Rico, 2000-2010.” Ecology and Society 19 (2). https://doi.org/10.5751/ES-06380-190211.
  • Thi, H L V, and T Q Nguyen. 2021. “Adaptive Reuse of Local Buildings in Sapa, Vietnam for Cultural Tourism Development towards Sustainability.” IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 878 (1): 012032. https://doi.org/10.1088/1755-1315/878/1/012032.
  • Wu, K.-Y. 2014. “A Study on the Evaluation Factors of Environmental Education Strategies for Cultural Heritage and Low Carbon Tourism.” Edited by Bhatnagar A K Bhatnagar A K Bhatnagar A.K. Bhatnagar A.K. Advanced Materials Research 1051: 632–40. https://doi.org/10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.1051.632.