This is what you have missed if you did not attend to the two first session:
Session 1: World Heritage and NationsAttending the session was Ambassador Jorge Alberto Lozoya as the third Mexico Studies Chair at UNM. Established in 1972, reaching their 50th anniversary.
World Heritage’s mission is to conserve and protect natural and cultural sites. World Heritage protects over 1,000 sites. 3 of them include New Mexico’s own Taos Pueblo, Chaco Canyon, and Carlsbad Caverns.
Session 2: Agriculture Landscapes As World Heritage
World Heritage acknowledges there are many struggles that come with conserving natural and cultural sites. One of which is climate change and the global pandemic. Many sites also don’t have a western type of government. Thanks to World Heritage, many sites still received the resources that were needed.
Please join us for the 3rd World Heritage session (Friday 15th 4 pm, MT) in which Planetarity, Space and Digital Heritage will be discussed.