Cultural heritage resilience, adaptive capacity and disatsers
What is it about?
This paper proposes that the concept of resilience and the associated concept of adaptive capacity can be used as a means of planning for the greater protection of cultural heritage before and after a disaster.
Why is it important?
This article is significant because it negins to make the link between resilience, adaptive capacity and he need to look at the protection of cultural built heriateg in the wake of disasters. This is crucial because once lost or destroyed it is gone for ever and cannot be rebuilt or returned.
The following have contributed to this page: Dr Hedda Haugen Askland and Dr Jamie MacKee
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