Table of contents for Managing change : sustainable approaches to the conservation of the built environment : 4th Annual US/ICOMOS International Symposium organized by US/ICOMOS, Program in Historic Preservation of the University of Pennsylvania, and the Getty Conservation Institute 6-8 April 2001, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania / Jeanne Marie Teutonico and Frank Matero..


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CONTENTS
Foreword
Gustavo Araoz, Executive Director, US/ICOMOS
PREFACE
Frank Matero
PART ONE. THINKING SUSTAINABILITY: CONCEPTS AND PRINCIPLES		
Sustainability in the Conservation of the Built Environment: An Economist's Perspective
David Throsby
The Links between Historic Preservation and Sustainability: An Urbanist's Perspective
John C. Keene
PART TWO. FRAMING SUSTAINABILITY: THE PROMISE AND THE PARADOX OF CONSERVATION
Cultural Landscape, Sustainability, and Living with Change?
Graham Fairclough
Social Sustainability: People, History, and Values 
Setha M. Low
Sustainability and the City
M. Christine Boyer 
Sustainability and Buildings: Sustainable Solutions to Decay and Infestation in timber
Brian Ridout
PART THREE. PRACTICING SUSTAINABILITY: CASE STUDIES
SUSTAINABLE APPROACHES TO THE CONSERVATION OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES
 
Toward a Sustainable Management Plan: The Case of Stonehenge and Avebury
David Batchelor
Sustainable Management for Archaeological Sites: The Case of Chan Chan, Peru
Carolina Castellanos
Sustainable Approaches to Building Conservation
Castles and Community in Cape Coast, Ghana
Gina Haney
Sustainability and the Planning of Historic Cities
The Experience of the Aga Khan Trust for Culture
Francesco Siravo
Process over Product: Case Studies of Traditional Building Practices in Djenne, Mali and San'a', Yemen
Trevor H. J. Marchand
Sustainability and Tradition
Tradition and Innovation in the Tibetan Diaspora
Ernesto Noriega
Agricultural Landscapes as World Heritage: Raised Field Agriculture in Bolivia and Peru
Clark L. Erickson
Summary of Proceedings
Jeanne Marie Teutonico
Contributors
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Historic preservation Congresses, Historic sites Conservation and restoration Congresses, Cultural property Protection Congresses, Sustainable architecture Congresses