Climate Change and its Repercussions on World Heritage Monuments


  • Zaman Saab Sarhan College of Law, Al-Nahrain University, Iraq


Climate Change, Cultural Heritage Sites, Weather, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.


Climate change has been a serious problem that cannot be ignored. It has become a global issue that requires countries and governments in general, and scientists, experts and researchers in particular, to seek methods that would mitigate the damage that may be caused to cultural heritage monuments and sites as a result of this phenomenon This research aimed to examine the repercussions of climate change on world heritage monuments. The findings reflected that the debate taking place now is about the extent of the impact of climate change on World Heritage Sites, and given the seriousness of the repercussions resulting from climate change, it was necessary for the international community to establish controls and foundations to reduce and avoid the risks of this phenomenon.




How to Cite

Zaman Saab Sarhan. (2024). Climate Change and its Repercussions on World Heritage Monuments. Kurdish Studies, 12(2), 4458–4468. Retrieved from