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Contributions to the debate on the revision of the concept of cultural landscape: ICOMOS BRAZIL’s National Scientific Committee

Betina Adams
Isabelle Cury
Vanessa Gayego Bello Figueiredo
Jose Antonio Hoyuela Jayo
Laura Beatriz Lage
Marcos Olender
Mônica Bahia Schlee
Rafael Winter Ribeiro

Cultural landscape as place, process, and practice

Dr. Steve H. Brown, University of Canberra, Australia

Cultural Landscapes in Aotearoa New Zealand – Decolonisation and challenges

Nicola Short, University of Auckland
Carolyn Hill, University of Waikato, New Zealand

Evolution of landscape scale protection in Australia since 1974

Jane Lennon, Deakin University, Australia

Historical Evolution of Cultural Landscape Protection in Japan and Perspectives towards Climate Change

Mikiko Ishikawa, Chuo University

Influence of the evolution of cultural landscapes as heritage on 20th century international heritage preservation doctrine

Cari Goetcheus, University of Georgia
Nora J. Mitchell, University of Vermont

Legal Framework of Cultural Landscape as a Listed Cultural Heritage in Taiwan

Chun-Hsi Wang, National Taipei University, Taiwan

Naturecultures guidance: steps in our journey

Kristal Buckley, Deakin University
Leticia Leitao
Nora J. Mitchell, University of Vermont
Maya Ishizawa
Jessica L. Brown, IUCN-WCPA Protected Landscapes Specialist Group
Nicole Franceschini
Dr. Steve H. Brown, The University of Canberra

Policy challenges to recognizing and conserving cultural landscapes in the United States

Brenda Barrett, Living Landscape Observer

Recommendation on the Historic Urban Landscape, the New Urban Agenda and Cultural Landscapes. Looking at concepts and vocabulary

Marie-Noël Tournoux, Project Director, WHITRAP

Refreshing ‘Cultural Landscapes’ - ISCCL Global Dialogue 30 Years Later

David Jacques
Patricia ODonnell, Heritage Landscapes

Significance, Opportunities and Challenges of Cultural Landscape Conservation and Bhutan Heritage Bill – UNESCO’s Experiences of Bhutan

Roland Chih-Hung Lin, UNESCO World Heritage Center

The Evolution of Conserving Cultural Landscapes in Canada: Paralleling the ISCCL

John Zvonar

The evolving place of indigenous people and their cultural landscapes in the World Heritage Convention at 50

Diane Menzies, Landcult Ltd.
Gregory W. De Vries, Heritage Landscapes LLC

When you can't see the trees for the forest: An analysis of heritage tree protection and the implications for nature culture integration

Elizabeth Brabec, University of Massachusetts - Amherst

World Heritage Cultural Landscapes: the Old and the New for China

Feng Han