WHS on Other Lists Connections
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|Aga Khan Award for Architecture||Recipients of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture, ".. an architectural prize established by Aga Khan IV in 1977. It aims to identify and reward architectural concepts that successfully address the needs and aspirations of Islamic societies in the fields of contemporary design, social housing, community development and improvement, restoration, reuse and area conservation, as well as landscape design and improvement of the environment." (wiki)||9|
|Alliance for Zero Extinction||Formed in 2000 and launched globally in 2005, the Alliance for Zero Extinction(AZE) engages 88 non-governmental biodiversity conservation organizations working to prevent species extinctions by identifying and safeguarding the places where species evaluated to be Endangered or Critically Endangered under IUCN-World Conservation Union criteria are restricted to single remaining sites.
|ASEAN Heritage Parks||The Association for Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Heritage Parks are representative of efforts to conserve areas of particular biodiversity importance or exceptional uniqueness throughout ASEAN member states.
|ASM Historical Landmarks||ASM Historical Landmarks identify the many sites and events that have played a prominent part in the discovery, development and growth of metals and metalworking. In 1987, the scope of ASM Historical Landmarks was broadened to include all engineered materials.
|Biodiversity hotspot||Natural WHS located within a biodiversity hotspot.
"To qualify as a biodiversity hotspot on Myers 2000 edition of the hotspot-map, a region must meet two strict criteria: it must contain at least 0.5% or 1,500 species of vascular plants as endemics, and it has to have lost at least 70% of its primary vegetation". See Biodiversity hotspot.
|Cultural WHS set within an IUCN recognised protected area||Inscribed area is a cultural WHS in an IUCN recognised protected area, as described here.||19|
|Decade Volcanoes||The Decade Volcanoes are 16 volcanoes identified by the International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth's Interior (IAVCEI) as being worthy of particular study in light of their history of large, destructive eruptions and proximity to populated areas. (wiki)||4|
|Europa Nostra 7 Most Endangered||The 7 Most Endangered identifies the most threatened monuments, sites and landscapes in Europe and mobilises public and private partners at all levels to find a viable future for these heritage gems.
"The 7 Most Endangered" programme was launched in 2013 by Europa Nostra with the European Investment Bank Institute as founding partner and the Council of Europe Development Bank as associated partner. It is supported by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union, as part of Europa Nostra's networking project "Sharing Heritage - Sharing Values" (2017-2020).
Every two years, a new list of 7 Most Endangered heritage sites in Europe is published.
|Europa Nostra Award||"Europa Nostra, (Latin for Our Europe) the pan-European Federation for Cultural Heritage, is the representative platform of 250 heritage NGOs active in 45 countries across Europe. It is the voice of this vast movement of European civil society active in the field of heritage towards international bodies concerned, in particular the European Union Institutions, the Council of Europe and UNESCO.
Europa Nostra's main goal is to put heritage and its benefits in the mainstream of public consciousness and to make heritage a priority for public policies both at European and national levels. Its specific objectives are to promote, at a European level, high standards of quality in the fields of heritage conservation, architecture, urban and rural planning and to advocate a balanced and sustainable development of urban and rural, built and natural environment.
Europa Nostra supports national and international campaigns for the preservation and rescue of Europe's heritage at risk. It encourages initiatives in favour of the conservation and enhancement of cultural heritage by recognising outstanding heritage achievements, in particular through the running of the European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Awards, in partnership with the European Commission. In early 2006, Europa Nostra was selected as the new Liaison Office for the coordination of the European Heritage Days, a joint action of the Council of Europe and the European Commission." (Wiki). See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Europa_Nostra#2011 and http://www.europanostra.org/
|European Capital of Culture||WHS located in a European Capital of Culture.
The European Capital of Culture is a city designated by the European Union for a period of one calendar year during which it organises a series of cultural events with a strong European dimension. (wiki)
|European Destinations of excellence||"EDEN is the acronym for European Destinations of Excellence, a project promoting sustainable tourism development models across the European Union. The project is based on national competitions that take place every year and result in the selection of a tourist 'destination of excellence' for each participating country. Through the selection of destinations, EDEN effectively achieves the objective of drawing attention to the values, diversity and common features of European tourist destinations. It enhances the visibility of emerging European destinations, creates a platform for sharing good practices across Europe and promotes networking between awarded destinations."
|European Diploma of Protected Areas||WHS of which at least a part has been awarded the "European Diploma of Protected Areas"
See - http://www.coe.int/t/dg4/cultureheritage/nature/Diploma/default_en.asp
|European Heritage Label||WHS that also are on the List of European Heritage, "... with the aim of highlighting the European dimension of cultural goods, monuments, natural or urban sites and memorials, testifying to Europe's history and heritage. Its ambition is to reinforce the citizens of Europe's sense of belonging to a common cultural area, symbol of a common European identity."||6|
|European Museum of the Year Award||The European Museum of the Year Award (EMYA), established in 1977, is presented each year by the European Museum Forum, under the Council of Europe. EMYA is awarded to two kinds of museums:
- Established museums that have undergone modernization or expansion during the past two years.
- New museums opened to the public in the previous two years.
|European Route of Brick Gothic||WHS which are also part of the European Route of Brick Gothic (EuRoB). EuRoB is a touristic route connecting 31 cities with Brick Gothic architecture in seven countries along the Baltic (Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia). Currently (Sep 09) there are 26 such cities. http://www.eurob.org/index.php5/Homepage;1/4
|European Route of Historic Theatres||WHS that are also on the European Route of Historic Theatres (http://www.erht.eu/page/en/home.php).||22|
|European Route of Industrial Heritage||WHS which are "anchor points" within the European Route of Industrial Heritage (ERIH).
ERIH is a network (theme route) of the most important industrial heritage sites in Europe. The aim of the project is to create interest for the common European Heritage of the Industrialization and its remains. ERIH also wants to promote regions, towns and sites showing the industrial history and market them as visitor attractions in the leisure and tourism industry. Currently there are 845 sites in 29 European countries. Among these sites there are 66 Anchor Points which build the virtual ERIH main route as being those Industrial Heritage sites which are the historically most important and most attractive for visitors. See http://www.erih.net/.
|Global Geoparks||The Global Geoparks Network (GGN) is a UNESCO programme established in 1998. Managed under the body's Ecological and Earth Sciences Division, the GGN seeks the promotion and conservation of the planet's geological heritage, as well as encourages the sustainable research and development by the concerned communities.
|Global Heritage Fund||Global Heritage Fund (GHF) is a non-profit organization founded in 2002 that operates internationally to protect and preserve important cultural heritage sites ("global heritage sites") in developing countries.||34|
|Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS)||WHS set in Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS). These are "Worldwide, specific agricultural systems and landscapes (which) have been created, shaped and maintained by generations of farmers and herders based on diverse natural resources, using locally adapted management practices"
GIAHS is a scheme initiated by the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) and commenced in 2002. See http://www.fao.org/nr/giahs/en/
The programme is intended ultimately to encompass 100 to 150 Globally Important Agriculture Heritage Systems worldwide. Those identified to date have been placed into 3 "Categories":
- "Pilot" - in receipt of funding (6)
- "Candidate" - assessed as meeting the required criteria but not yet in receipt of funding (9)
- "Other" - Identified but not yet assessed (19).
|Historic Civil Engineering Landmarks||WHS listed in whole or part on the "Register of Historic Civil Engineering Landmarks" maintained by the "American Society of Civil Engineers" (ASCE).
For the full list by country (alternative views by category etc are also available) see - link.
|IUCN Conservation Outlook Assessment Critical||WHS assessed by IUCN in its "World Heritage Outlook" program as having a "Critical" Conservation Outlook (= "The site's values are severely threatened and/or deteriorating. Immediate large-scale additional conservation measures are needed to maintain and/or restore the site's values over the short to medium-term of the values may be lost."). Nb. Although there is significant overlap with the "official" WH In Danger List the lists are not the same and are created in different ways -
"IUCN's World Heritage Outlook provides the first global assessment of the conservation prospects for natural World Heritage. By assessing every natural site with World Heritage status, it recognizes good conservation practice and supports the role of World Heritage sites in demonstrating excellence. It also identifies the actions needed to support sites that are facing threats, in order to improve their conservation outlook.
Based on expert knowledge, IUCN's World Heritage Outlook is designed to track the state of conservation of all natural World Heritage sites over time. Implemented by the IUCN World Heritage Programme and IUCN's World Commission on Protected Areas (WCPA), it aims to provide reliable, transparent and independent information on the present situation and future prospects of natural World Heritage through Conservation Outlook Assessments.
The IUCN World Heritage Outlook is a proactive step to overcome existing and potential knowledge gaps through a methodological approach. The best available data from a wide range of sources and consultation with stakeholders is mobilized into a single IUCN hub for natural World Heritage.
The World Heritage Outlook also highlights the benefits that World Heritage sites provide to people, and projects supporting these exceptional places"
|IUCN Green List||The IUCN Green List of protected areas is a new global initiative that celebrates the success of effective protected areas, and encourages the sharing of that success so that other protected areas can also reach high standards. More effective protected areas lead to greater benefits for humans and nature.
The IUCN Green List will be developed from 2012 to 2014, with a full launch scheduled for the 2014 IUCN World Parks Congress in Sydney, Australia. A number of partners have already joined the pilot phase to help test and refine the process. They include Parques Nacionales Naturales in Colombia, the Korean National Park Service and the CA/TS (Conservation Assured/Tiger Standards) project being carried out by WWF in tiger range countries. IUCN will develop the Green List by adding a diversity of countries and programmes to the pilot phase for testing, ensuring the process is refined to be fair, simple and regionally adaptable. As an ambitious undertaking that will move protected area conservation forward, the IUCN Green List of well-managed protected areas provides a new opportunity for results that demonstrate the IUCN vision of a just world that values and conserves nature.
|Melina Mercouri Prize||Connected to the Melina Mercouri International Prize for the Safeguarding and Management of Cultural Landscapes.
WHS which have also received recognition regarding the Melina Mercouri prize issued by UNESCO and Greece (the first was awarded in 1999 and is generally Biennial) .
"(a) The landscapes proposed in connection with the nomination must fit the definition of at least one of the three categories of cultural landscapes decided on by the World Heritage Committee at its sixteenth session (Santa Fe, 1992)
(b) Nevertheless, since the concept of cultural landscapes corresponds to new perceptions, nominations in respect of landscapes not fitting exactly into this typology may be considered in exceptional cases, provided that such landscapes illustrate exemplary achievements in respect of research, education or the promotion of public awareness.
|Memory of the World||Sites that contain or are closely related to an entry of the Unesco Memory of the World register.||72|
|Natura 2000||WHS that lie within Natura 2000 sites.
Natura 2000 is a network of nature protection areas in the territory of the European Union. It is made up of Special Areas of Conservation (SACs) and Special Protection Areas (SPAs) designated respectively under the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive. The network includes both terrestrial and marine sites (Marine Protected Areas (MPAs)). (wiki)
Actually, all European Natural and Mixed WHS are also Natura 2000 sites, except for:
- Natural and Cultural Heritage of the Ohrid region
- Durmitor National Park
- Swiss Alps Jungfrau-Aletsch
- West Norwegian Fjords – Geirangerfjord and Nærøyfjord
(because they're in non-EU countries)
- Messel Pit Fossil Site
|New 7 Wonders of Nature||New 7 Wonders of Nature - is an initiative started in 2007 to create a list of seven natural wonders chosen by people through a global poll.||8|
|New Seven Wonders of the World||New Seven Wonders of the World is a project that attempts to revive the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World concept with a list of modern wonders. (2007)||8|
|Part of Our Top 50 Missing||WHS that featured on our Top 50 Missing, before being inscribed.||14|
|Pritzker Architecture Prize||The Pritzker Architecture Prize is awarded annually by the Hyatt Foundation. The Pritzker is sometimes referred to as "the Nobel Prize of Architecture".
|PSSA||WHS with a marine component designated as a PSSA.
A Particularly Sensitive Sea Area (PSSA) is an area of special ecological, socio-economic or scientific importance which may be vulnerable to international shipping. The areas are designated by the International Maritime Organization.
|Ramsar Wetlands||Ramsar Wetlands of International Importance that are also inscribed (all or partly) on the World Heritage List.||94|
|Seven Wonders of the World||The Seven Wonders of the World (or the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World) is a widely-known list of seven remarkable manmade constructions of classical antiquity.||6|
|Sri Chinmoy Peace-Blossoms programme||"Since 1986, many significant landmarks around the globe — from natural wonders to entire nations — have been dedicated to peace as part of the Sri Chinmoy Peace-Blossoms programme. The Peace-Blossoms family offers an opportunity for different communities to share in mankinds common quest for peace." See https://www.srichinmoy.org/service/peace-blossoms||8|
|U.S. Ambassadors Fund||The Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation is one of many programs run by the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs as part of its mission of public diplomacy through educational and cultural programming and exchange. Only U.S. Ambassadors serving in eligible developing countries may participate in this program. (wiki)
"Since 2001, the U.S. Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation has awarded direct grants in support of 127 projects to preserve cultural heritage at 74 World Heritage sites in 49 countries. This accomplishment represents a direct investment of more than $9 million towards the preservation of world heritage and demonstrates U.S. respect for the cultural heritage of other countries."
See also https://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid=213199230475049281731.0004bd591f934d5d128ef&msa=0
|UN list of Non-Self-Governing Territories||The United Nations list of Non-Self-Governing Territories is a list of places that the United Nations General Assembly deems to be "non-self-governing" and subject to the decolonization process. (wiki)||6|
|UNESCO 'LEAP' program||WHC which are participants in UNESCO's "LEAP" (Local Effort And Preservation) progarma in the Asia-Pacific region. "Designed as an innovative tool to contribute to poverty alleviation, these projects aim at empowering the indigenous populations and local communities living within or adjacent to heritage sites to play a leading role in the preservation and management of those sites. Through LEAP, communities are given the opportunity to share the economic benefits of enhanced conservation, while maintaining their own social and cultural traditions."
|UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage Lists||WHS closely connected with an entry on the Intangible Cultural Heritage Lists. I.e: the WHS is a major or the sole location for the occurrence/performance of an entry and/or is closely associated culturally with it. https://ich.unesco.org/||43|
|ViTour||ViTour is a cooperation project between a group op European World Heritage Vineyards. See http://www.vitour.org/.||10|
|World Biosphere Reserves||Biosphere Reserves which are wholly or partially World Heritage Sites.||120|
|World Heritage Forest Programme||In 2001, the World Heritage Committee agreed that forests warranted a particular focus, and approved the creation of the World Heritage Forest programme to ensure that the World Heritage Convention be leveraged as much as possible to further forest conservation on a global scale.||98|
|World Monuments Watch||WHS that are also on the list of the 50 most endangered sites of the World Monuments Watch (current list).||5|
|World Monuments Watch (past)||WHS that have been also on the list of the 100 most endangered sites of the World Monuments Watch (not including current list).||183|
|WWF Global 200||The Global 200 is the list of ecoregions identified by WWF, the global conservation organization, as priorities for conservation.
Both Terrestrial and Freshwater ecoregions are covered.