A Methodological Exploration of Houfková et al.: Using Scientific Technologies to Date Vernacular Landscape Features
This past September, UMass Center for Heritage & Society paired up with US/ICOMOS to provide up-to-date coverage at the IUCN World Conservation Congress in Honolulu. Learn about the biggest issues and most innovative solutions in the fields of natural and cultural conservation here: [View the story “A Nature-Culture Journey” on Storify]
Assessing linkages between ecosystem services, land-use and well-being in an agroforestry landscape using public participation GIS
Starting tomorrow, members of CHS and US/ICOMOS will be reporting LIVE from the IUCN World Conservation Congress in Honolulu! Be sure to follow as we use the hashtags #NatureCulture and #WorldHeritage to highlight big issues and innovative solutions in the fields of natural and cultural conservation. Schedule for World Heritage and Nature-Culture Journeys
The contribution of very large marine protected areas to marine conservation: Giant leaps or smoke and mirrors?
Culture, tourism and sustainability: An ethnographic study of rural community development in Jamaica
Journal of Resources and Ecology 7(3), 2016, 231 – 236 Daniel Niles and Robin Roth While traditional agricultural systems are from the past, they are for the future. This is at least according to the founder of the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization’s (FAO) Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS) project, Parviz Koohafkan. GIAHS represent…