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280218_Luxor-Egypt SECAP Final_revised

Table 1 - Hazard &

Table 1 - Hazard & risks, Heritage Sustainable Management HAZARD VULNERABILITY EXPOSURE RISK Agriculture expansion Increased tourism High High • Rising subsoil water table Medium to high Low and expected to increase Traffic High High Neglect High High Urban Expansion Medium High Lack of Awareness Lack of Maintenance Low to Medium High Medium High Electricity High High Flash floods High Low • Damage • Wear & tear • High Levels of Humidity • Littering • Destructive vibrations • Decay & cracks • Toxic fumes & pollution from parked tourists’ buses • Obstruct the general view of & to the monuments. • Insufficient conservation actions accelerate decay. • Overgrown weed • Visual pollution • Polluted subsoil water • Archaeological sites’ value aspects downgraded • Theft • Waste accumulation • Vandalism • Fire hazard from the tall dry grass • Bat and bird droppings • Growing weed • Littering • Fluctuating current • Vibrations caused from overuse of generators 4.4 Actions needed (classified as per immediate/ short, mid, and long term basis). Reviewing the different types of analyses exhibited above, there are different arrays of problems, lines of problems that once erupted, a chain of other sequential problems occur. This would introduce us to the concept of the chain of problems (Fig.5) Tracing the chains, it is essential to define the overlapping causes, to be prioritised. Based on the analyses above and as illustrated in Figure 5, lacking urban and rural development strategy as well as heritage site management strategy are the major causes responsible for the current imbalanced situation. It is essential, therefore, to recommend UDS and HSM as priority interventions. Meanwhile, due to critical sequenced environmental risks, it is essential to prioritise dealing immediately with electricity problems currently affecting heritage sites and the agricultural waste management problem, as well as another type of immediate priority project for Al-Qurna. 15

Uncoordinated designation for heritage site with other land uses Uncontrolled urban expansion Uncontrolled urban & rural development Limited lands available for urban expansion Erosion of the agricultural built Increase of emissions & degradation of environmental quality Encroachment against the agricultural area Intensification of built up area Increase of water table and GHG Unplanned urban development Degraded urban environmental quality. Increase of emissions and degradation of the environmental quality. Endangered monuments No energy, electricity, planning to lit monuments No heritage site management planning Use of burning fuel generators No visitor center Use of tourist bus ACs excessively Increase of emissions & degradation of environmental quality Increase of emissions & degradation of environ. quality Endangered monuments Endangered monuments. Figure 4: Chain samples Overlap to define the shared factors in all analyses. 2 3 1 2 2/ 3 3 2 1 1 3 2 2 2/ 1 Figure 5: The shift from the heterogeneous, conflicting, current situation) to a more homogeneous balanced situation 16

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