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Dr Christopher SevaraORCiD
This is the final published version of a report that has been published in its final definitive form by Historic England, 2022.
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This report presents the aims, principles, method and results of a pilot project to develop an approach that utilises Historic Landscape Characterisation (see below, section 2) as a systematic representation of the whole of the country’s historic environment when assessing how heritage can be ‘part of the solution’ to the climate change challenge. If the patterns of historic landscape and land use are regarded as part of the country’s inherited infrastructure then it also explores how elements of this could be reused and adapted in national, regional, and local responses to climate change, including when addressing the threats and effects of flooding, and when considering reversing the biodiversity crisis (for a summary of which see Lawton 2021).
Author(s): Herring P, Turner S, Sevara C
Publication type: Report
Publication status: Published
Series Title: Research Report Series
Online publication date: 08/11/2022
Acceptance date: 24/10/2022
Report Number: 69/2022
Institution: Historic England
ePrints DOI: 10.57711/fyek-qs87
Notes: ISSN 2059-4453 (Online)