Managing cultural and natural heritage resources: Part II ? A proposed management tool
H Detlef Kammeier, Professor (emeritus) of Urban and Regional Planning;
Part I provided a background to the present Part II which has a focus on the practical requirements and the international experience in the broad and growing field of heritage management. All World Heritage Sites require management plans (as stipulated by international agreements defined by UNESCO and its World Heritage agencies). However, it is difficult for them to find comparison cases that are directly relevant to their management problems. This shortcoming could be overcome by a database on heritage management as described in this paper. As the support tool is as yet incomplete, further work on it is suggested.