BIBLIOGRAPHY

AUTHOR

YEAR

DESCRIPTION

PUBLICATION

TITLE

Sustainability in conservation practice

Megan De Silva & Jane Henderson

2011

Journal of the Institute of Conservation

0

Slow Conservation

Sarah Stainforth

Studies in Conservation

2010

Paper exploring how concepts of the 'slow movement' can be applied to conservation. Examines the roots of preventive conservation, the relationship between the museum and global environment and the ways that museums can reduce their environmental footprint

Friday Session 16: Sustainability

IIC

2018

International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works

Overview of two talks from IIC conference related to sustainability; the mapping and construction of a new and more environmentally sustainable expansion of the San Francisco Museum of Art, and case studies using the ABC risk assessment model  to help make more sustainable decisions. 

How are US Conservators going green? : Results of polling AIC members

P. Silence

Studies in Conservation: The journal of the international institute for conservation of historic and artistic works

2010

0

Refining climate change threats to heritage

Peter Brimblecombe

2014

Journal of the Institute of Conservation

0

 Environmental conditions for the safeguarding of collections: Future trends

Sarah Staniforth

Studies in Conservation

2014

This paper sets out the role of the International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (IIC) in facilitating the current international debate on the selection of appropriate environmental conditions for collections to optimise their future condition while minimising energy consumption

Preventive conservation and the environment: Summary of IIC Hong Kong Congress panel discussion

Jo Kirby Atkinson

2014

Studies in Conservation

This is a summary of the panel discussion during which the ICOM-CC and IIC Draft Declaration on Environmental Guidelines was produced and discussed at the IIC Hong Kong Congress.

 Sustainable Pest Management Through Preventive Conservation: Case Studies in the Natural History Museum of Zimbabwe and the Zimbabwe Military Museum

Davison Chiwara

Studies in Conservation

2018

Case Studies examining the use of sustainable Integrated Pest Management (IPM) that does not endanger collections in the Natural History Museum of Zimbabwe and the Zimbabwe Military Museum. Data collection was through interviews with staff. 

Sustainable Decision Making—change in National Trust collections conservation

K. Lithgow

2011

Journal of the Institute of Conservation

0

0

 Museums and the Sustainable Development Goals: a how-to guide for Art museums, galleries, the cultural sector and their partners

H. A.

McGhie

Curating Tomorrow

2019

0

The Contribution of Conservators to Sustainability at the National Maritime Museum

Dervilla O’Dwyer

2010

Studies in Conservation

Examination of the National Maritime Museum, London, UK, energy reduction and sustainablity initiatives. 

Responses to Climate Change

Historic England

Historic England

2019

Examination of Historic England's approach to responding to the challenge of how climate change effects the historic environment. 

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