ICOMOS releases ‘Future of Our Pasts’ report to increase engagement of cultural heritage in climate action
ICOMOS has released the ‘Future of Our Pasts: Engaging cultural heritage in climate action’ report during the 43rd session of the World Heritage Committee in Baku, Azerbaijan. The report highlights the ambition to adress climate change and provides a framework to cataloge the impacts of climate change.
“The climate is changing and so must heritage. It would be foolish to imagine the practice of heritage remaining static while the world goes through rapid and far-reaching transitions”, said professor Toshiyuku Kono, president of ICOMOS.