The Storm Tower in Bude, England. Image: Eddie John via Canva
The Storm Tower in Bude, England. Image: Eddie John via Canva

Historic Environment Forum releases report on heritage and climate change: “Heritage Responds”

Alongside the report, the Historic Environment Forum in collaboration with Historic England has also launched the “Heritage Responds Climate Change Story Map”. The report and story map showcase how the heritage sector is responding to climate change.

Rob Woodside, English Heritage, Chair of the Historic Environment Forum COP26 Task Group: “What “Heritage Responds” clearly demonstrates is the proactive hard work of so many organisations working across the heritage sector in finding solutions. We are working across sectors to bring approaches to nature and culture closer together to help manage the green lungs in our cities and adapt to new environmental challenges. This isn’t about protecting the past but using heritage to find solutions for the future.”

Read the press release here, read the report here and explore the story map here.

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