All natural things: archaeology and the green debate
Conservation is a matter of great concern to everyone, and this volume shows how archaeology contributes both a human and a time dimension to the debate, demonstrating how the historic environment is an integral part of the natural heritage. The twenty-two essays, which are based on papers given at the 1991 IFA conference, fall into four categories: principles, practice, case studies, and the way forward.
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agencies agricultural amenity value approach archaeological remains archaeological sites assessment CADW concept concerned conservation management Convention Countryside Commission criteria cultural and natural cultural heritage cultural landscape damage derelict land diversity documents ecological English Heritage Englishcombe environment environmental evaluation example excavation existing farming field Forestry Commission Fund garden geography Grade green debate green movement green plans group value habitats historic buildings historic landscape features Historic Scotland ICOMOS important industrial integrated conservation integrated designations integrated management Lambrick land-use landscape study legislation Listed Buildings London medieval museum National Park natural beauty Natural Heritage Nature Conservancy Council nomination outstanding universal value Oxford particular past planting potential prehistoric present preservation problems programme protection recent recognised regional restoration role rural Scheduled Ancient Monument scheme Scottish significant society specific statutory survival types UNESCO uplands urban Wales wildlife woodland World Heritage Fund World Heritage List