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  • Barna, C., Epure, M. &  Vasilescu, R. (2011). Ecotourism -conservation of the natural and cultural heritage. Review of Applied Socio-Economic Research, 1 (1), 87-96. Retrieved from:  reaser.eu
  • European Commission (2017). Mapping of Cultural Heritage actions in European Unionpolicies, programmes and activities. Retrieved from: link
  • European Commission (2019). Natural and Cultural Heritage in europe:Working together within the Natura 2000 network. Retrieved from: link
  • European Union (2018). Digital solutions in the field of cultural heritage. A Policy Brief from the Policy Learning Platform on Environment and resource efficiency. Retrieved from: link
  • European Union (2018). Sustainable tourism: an opportunityfor regionstobenefit from their cultural and natural heritage. A policy brief from the Policy Learning Platform on environment and resource efficiency. Retrieved from: link
  • Georgiadis, N. M., Melissourgos, Y., Dodouras, S., Lyratzaki, I., Dimitropoulos,  G., Foutri, A., Mordechai L., Zafeiriou R.  &  Papayannis, T. (2019). Reconnecting Nature and Culture-The INCREAte Approach and Its Practical Implementation in the Island of Kythera. Heritage, 2 (2), 1630-1639. Retrieved from: doi: 10.3390/heritage2020100
  • Guilfoyle, D., Bennell, B., Webb, W., Gillies, V. & J. Strickland (2009). Integrating Natural Resource Management and Indigenous Cultural Heritage, A Model and Case Study from South-western Australia. Journal Heritage and Society, 2 (1), 149-175. Retrieved from: doi: 10.1179/hma.2009.2.1.149.
  • Hall, C. M., Baird, T., James, M.  &  Ram Y. (2016). Climate change and cultural heritage: Conservation and Heritage Tourism in the Anthropocene. Journal of Heritage Tourism, 11 (1), 10-24. Retrieved from:  doi: 10.1080/1743873X.2015.1082573.
  • Hall, C. M. (2016). Heritage, Heritage Tourism and Climate Change. Journal of Heritage Tourism, 11 (1), 1-9. Retrieved from: doi: 10.1080/1743873X.2015.1082576.
  • Konsa, Κ. (2016). Natural and Cultural Heritage: Framing Meanings and Practices. The international Journal of Sustainability in Economic, Social, and Cultural Context, 12 (4), 9-18. Retrieved from: doi: 10.18848/2325-1115/CGP/v12i04/9-18
  • Μενδώνη, Λ. (n.d.). Από το φυσικό στο πολιτιστικό τοπίο: Αναφορά σε βασικά κείμενα θεσμικής προστασίας. Retrieved from: link
  • Marzeion, B. & Levermann, A. (2014). Loss of cultural world heritage and currently inhabited places to sea-level rise. Environmental  Research Letters,  9 (3), 1-7. Available on: link
  • Παρθενώνας και κλιματική αλλαγή (2019, Ιούνιος 21). Το Βήμα. Retrieved from: link
  • Perez-Alvaro. E. (2016).  Climate change and underwater cultural heritage: impacts and challenges.  Retrieved from: academia.edu
  •  Reimann, L.,  Vafeidis,  A. T.,  Brown, S.,  Hinkel, J.  &   Tol ,  R. S. J. (2018).  Mediterranean UNESCO World Heritage at risk from coastal flooding and erosion due to sea-level rise.  Nature Communications 9, (4161). Retrieved from: link
  • Στρατηγική Μελέτη Περιβαλλοντικών Επιπτώσεων (Σ.Μ.Π.Γ.) του "Ειδικού Πλαισίου Χωροταξικού Σχεδιασμού και Αειφόρου Ανάπτυξης για τον Τουρισμό (Ε.Π.Σ.Χ.Α.Α.Τ.) (2012) Retrieved from: link
  • Στρατής, Κ., Τσάρτσου, Ε., Κυριακίδη, Ε. (2018, Αύγουστος 20). Το κλίμα απειλεί τα μνημεία. Η Καθημερινή. Retrieved from: link
  • Stymfalia Declaration (2014), Retrieved from: link
  • UNESCO: Η κλιματική αλλαγή απειλεί μεσογειακά μνημεία (2018, Οκτώβριος 21).  Η Καθημερινή. Retrieved from: link
  • United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (2007).  Case  Studies  on  Climate  Change  and  World  Heritage. Paris: Unesco World Heritage Centre. Available on: link
  • United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (2008). Policy Document on the Impacts of Climate Change on World Heritage Properties. Paris:Unesco World Heritage Centre. Available on: link
  •  Von Schorlemer, S.  & Maus, S. (eds.) (2014). Climate Change as a Threat to Peace. Impacts on Cultural Heritage and Cultural Diversity. Band 19.  Frankfurt: Peter Lang. Available on: link
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