The conference took place in November 2019 at TU Delft, in the Netherlands. It was organized in collaboration with the TU Delft, the LDE Center for Global Heritage and Development (CGHD), the universities of Leiden, Delft and Rotterdam and with other consortium and international partners. I was invited as a speaker during Parallel Session 7 Heritage and the Natural Resource Base 1. In the Book LDE Heritage Conference on Heritage and the Sustainable Development Goals: Proceedings (2021) my article investigates the typologies of vernacular and historical fresh watermanagement systems and their potential for water security. The book was published in januari 2021. Below you find the article and the book.
Thirsty Cities, Shared Water Heritage in the Small Island States of the Dutch Caribbean
author: Suzanne Loen (2021)
LDE Heritage Conference on Heritage and the Sustainable Development Goals: Proceedings
U. Pottgiesser (Editor), Sandra Fatorić (Editor), C.M. Hein (Editor), Erik de Maaker (Editor), A. Pereira Roders (Editor)
Heritage & TechnologyHistory & ComplexityArchitectural Engineering +Technology
January 11, 2021
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