Search

1 to 10 of 47
Sort by

Library Entry
Fall 2008 Forum Journal: Viewpoints

​ Table of Content Interstate Safety Rest Areas: Enhancing the American Travel Experience by Joanna Dowling Considering Archeology: What Site Stewards Should Know by Scott M. Grammer The Paradores of Spain: A Sojourn to Refresh the Preservation Soul by Theodore Ligibel ...

Fall 2008 Journal.pdf

Forum Online's profile image

Library Entry
Spring 2009 Forum Journal: Positioning Preservation in a Green World

T able of Content • Introduction by Emily Wadhams • Historic Preservation and Green Buildings: Finding Common Ground by Richard Moe • Positioning Preservation in the Center of the Green Area by Steve Tilly • The Secretary Standards and Leed: Where They Work Together and Where They...

FJ_Spring 2009.pdf

Forum Online's profile image

Blog Entry
A 360-Degree View of Virginia History

By Peter Hedlund In 2013 Encyclopedia Virginia ( EV ), a free and authoritative online resource published by the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities , partnered with the Google Earth Outreach team to apply the technology behind Google Street View to capturing some of Virginia’s most...

Special Contributor's profile image

Blog Entry
Historic Preservation and Environmental Justice: A Q&A with Jeana C. Wiser

The United States’ withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement in early June ignited an international conversation about global climate change and its disproportionate effects on the world’s most marginalized and vulnerable communities. Given that the United States is responsible for almost a...

Jacquie Johnson's profile image

Blog Entry
Ellicott City One Year Later: Rising from a Flood

On the evening of July 30, 2016, the historic center of Ellicott City, Maryland, was devastated by one of the strongest floods in its 250-year history. In less than 90 minutes, a torrential storm dropped more than six inches of rain. In addition to being a humanitarian nightmare, the flood also...

Nicholas Redding's profile image

Blog Entry
What Sea Level Rise Could Mean for Boston’s Historic Structures

By Mariana Jordan Webb Lighthouses—intentionally constructed in exposed areas close to sea level—have long been the “canary in the coal mine” when it comes to talking about historic structures being impacted by sea level rise. In recent decades, several historic lighthouses have been...

Special Contributor's profile image

Blog Entry
America's Eroding Edges: Climate Change in Context

The edges of our country are eroding. From Alaska to Louisiana, centuries of culture, tangible history, and dynamic communities are being battered by stronger storms and sea level rise—raising difficult questions about adaptation, relocation, and what it means to be an American experiencing...

Victoria Herrmann's profile image

Blog Entry
America's Eroding Edges: Enabling Families to Adapt to Climate Change Independently

The edges of our country are eroding. From Alaska to Louisiana, centuries of culture, tangible history, and dynamic communities are being battered by stronger storms and sea level rise—raising difficult questions about adaptation, relocation, and what it means to be an American experiencing...

Victoria Herrmann's profile image

Blog Entry
Best Practice Exchange for Cultural Heritage and Climate Change Adaptation

The edges of our country are eroding. From Alaska to Louisiana, centuries of culture, tangible history, and dynamic communities are being battered by stronger storms and sea level rise—raising difficult questions about adaptation, relocation, and what it means to be an American...

Victoria Herrmann's profile image

Blog Entry
All Climate Change Is Local (Part II): Empowering Subnational Leaders

The edges of our country are eroding. From Alaska to Louisiana, centuries of culture, tangible history, and dynamic communities are being battered by stronger storms and sea level rise—raising difficult questions about adaptation, relocation, and what it means to be an American...

Victoria Herrmann's profile image