Abstracts

THEME 1: Heritage at Risk – Climate Change and Disasters

Paper No.

Author(s) Name

Title of Paper

ST1-008

Andrew Potts, Frances Namoumou, Siteri Tikoca

Climate Change and Resettlement: the Role of Culture and Heritage

 

ST1-006

Catherine Forbes

Are we really prepared for disaster? Responding to the lessons from Christchurch

ST1-019

Chris Richards

The former Colonial Sugar Refining Company Ltd. (CSR) and the Fiji Sugar Corporation (FSC) – Vulnerable Heritage in Fiji

ST1-002

Christophe Sand

Climate change, sea-shore erosion and the disappearance of cultural sites: putting the record of archaeological remains in Islanders hands

ST1-011

E. Yarina, P. Allan, M. Bryant

Indigenous values as a method for designing for climate change on culturally significant sites

ST1-018

E. Yarina, P. Allan, M. Bryant

Translating spaces: Designing for Climate Migrants

ST1-015

Gerson Jackson

The 2015 Convention and The Pacific

ST1-009

Marco Hernández-Escampa, Daniel Barrera-Fernández

Corrosion studies and archaeometallurgical heritage conservation in Pacific Ocean basins of Mexico

ST1-001

Milogros Flores-Roman

Case Study Climate Change in small Islands; Lessons learned from hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico

ST1-012

Robyn Riddett

Role of Indigenous Knowledge in Contemporary Risk Preparedness for Natural Disasters

ST1-003

Semisi Tonga

Post Disaster Needs after Cyclone Gita (February 2018) Report on Cultural Heritage Sites and Buildings in Tonga

ST1-016

Victoria Herrmann

“They Should Know to Keep Them:” The Importance of Documenting Histories of Heritage for Climate Change Adaptation in American Samoa

ST1-014

Yi-Jen Tseng

Built Heritage, the Threat of Disasters, and the Challenges to Conservation—Kinmen Island as Case Study

 

THEME 4: Heritage as a Pillar of Sustainable Development

Paper No.

Author Name

Title of Paper

ST4-010

Ania Kotarba

Sustainable Past of maritime Kiribati?: Historical and ethnographic adaptations of Kiribati people to a changing natural environment

ST4-018

Ayako Fujieda, M. Miyaji, S. Veitata, H. Kobayashi

Sustainability of vernacular houses and building tradition in modern context: A case of Navala village, Fiji

ST4-006

David Gole

The Challenges of Sustainable Heritage Lead Development in the Yangon Downtown Conservation Area

ST4-007

E. Yarina, P. Allan, M. Bryant

The tensions of conservation and resilience: landscape as middle ground

ST4-019

Ebru Karabag

Story Of Timeless Furniture; Mid-Century Modern Furniture In The World And Reflection In Pacific Region

ST4-009

Kiho Yaoita

Sustainable Heritage and Tourism Management based on Ecomuseum Concept – A case study on Levuka, Fiji

ST4-012

Mary Knaggs

Towards a Heritage Quality Framework: Heritage Implementation & Monitoring of Cultural Heritage for Sustainable Outcomes

ST4-020

Masami Fukumoto, Tsuguto Ezura, Kiho Yaoita

Research of development and characteristics on historical buildings in Levuka

ST4-013

Miriam Stacy

Sustainable heritage management – Successes and challenges for heritage buildings and adaptive reuse in The Rocks, Sydney, Australia.

ST4-014

Nguyen Thi ThuTrang_Viet Nam

Heritage conservation and sustainable development in Vietnam

ST4-001

Oliver Maurice

Heritage Conservation and the Sustainable Development Goals

 

SPECIFIC SESSION 2: CultureNature Knowledge Café

Paper No.

Author Name

Title of Paper

CNJ-06

Elodie Fache & Simonne Pauwels

Rethinking indigenous / local ecological knowledge combination in Fiji: On the role of social sciences in tackling overfishing

CNJ-05

Leah Lui-Chivizhe

Culture/Nature, Islander knowing and the 1875 Chevert Expedition

CNJ-04

Susan McIntyre-Tamwoy, Kristal Buckley, Meretui

Ratunabuabua; IUCN delegate TBC; Regional IUCN and SPREP will be targeted -participants TBC

Knowledge Café and Forum on Advancing the Culturenature Journey on the Pacific Region

 

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