MULTIMEDIA

Listed below are some of our favourite resources to listen to or watch!

Videos

SiC Webinar 1: How to make your studio more sustainable

The first webinar will focus on actions you can take to run your conservation studio in the most sustainable way possible

SiC Webinar 2: How to make your treatments more sustainable

The second webinar will introduce participants to greener alternatives to some common treatments in conservation

SiC Webinar 3: Collections care and preventive conservation

The third webinar will cover changes within collections care and preventive conservation that can make your practice more sustainable

A short documentary about reusable crates for 2D objects. The hard outer shell of the Turtle was inspired by surfboards in 1993, and protects the object inside from impact, as well as climate fluctuations. 

Through concrete examples, Dr Joelle Wickens (University of Delaware) encourages that conservators shift their focus from preserving objects in their physical form forever to identifying and mitigating risks while ALSO taking care not to increase risks for the planet, people, and our financial wellbeing.

Presentations raising awareness about museums as agents of change, their ability to tackle the climate crisis through technological innovation, social, behavioural change, and cooperation.

The Smithsonian organised a symposium to discuss the impact of climate change on cultural heritage (tangible and intangible), and how cultural heritage professionals can collaborate and actually harness the power of cultural heritage to bring about change

The Smithsonian organised a symposium to discuss the impact of climate change on cultural heritage (tangible and intangible), and how cultural heritage professionals can collaborate and actually harness the power of cultural heritage to bring about change

The Smithsonian organised a symposium to discuss the impact of climate change on cultural heritage (tangible and intangible), and how cultural heritage professionals can collaborate and actually harness the power of cultural heritage to bring about change

The Smithsonian organised a symposium to discuss the impact of climate change on cultural heritage (tangible and intangible), and how cultural heritage professionals can collaborate and actually harness the power of cultural heritage to bring about change

The Smithsonian organised a symposium to discuss the impact of climate change on cultural heritage (tangible and intangible), and how cultural heritage professionals can collaborate and actually harness the power of cultural heritage to bring about change

The Smithsonian organised a symposium to discuss the impact of climate change on cultural heritage (tangible and intangible), and how cultural heritage professionals can collaborate and actually harness the power of cultural heritage to bring about change

The Smithsonian organised a symposium to discuss the impact of climate change on cultural heritage (tangible and intangible), and how cultural heritage professionals can collaborate and actually harness the power of cultural heritage to bring about change

The Smithsonian organised a symposium to discuss the impact of climate change on cultural heritage (tangible and intangible), and how cultural heritage professionals can collaborate and actually harness the power of cultural heritage to bring about change

The Smithsonian organised a symposium to discuss the impact of climate change on cultural heritage (tangible and intangible), and how cultural heritage professionals can collaborate and actually harness the power of cultural heritage to bring about change

The Smithsonian organised a symposium to discuss the impact of climate change on cultural heritage (tangible and intangible), and how cultural heritage professionals can collaborate and actually harness the power of cultural heritage to bring about change

Artist Gary Hume explains how he shifted from shipping his paintings by air to shipping them by sea when he understood that shipping by air produced much more carbon. He encourages other artists to ask themselves which practical aspect of their work has the greatest carbon footprint and to try to reduce it. He also reflects on the sustainability of his painting materials.

Free online tool to help businesses (especially art galleries) estimate their carbon footprint so they can understand which parts of their activity are causing the majority of their carbon emissions.

A three-part webinar informing professionals in water management and in cultural heritage preservation about the work of ICOMOS (International Council on Monuments and Sites). Beyond attracting tourists, historic waterways worldwide are important because they can help us address the water challenges of today and tomorrow.

A three-part webinar informing professionals in water management and in cultural heritage preservation about the work of ICOMOS (International Council on Monuments and Sites). Beyond attracting tourists, historic waterways worldwide are important because they can help us address the water challenges of today and tomorrow.

A three-part webinar informing professionals in water management and in cultural heritage preservation about the work of ICOMOS (International Council on Monuments and Sites). Beyond attracting tourists, historic waterways worldwide are important because they can help us address the water challenges of today and tomorrow.

Case studies of successful sustainability and green lab programs from around the world, insight into how sustainable lab design affects the surrounding community, and tips for auditing your lab to be more sustainable.

 

Audios

The C Word Podcast - ‘S04E01: Going Green’

In this episode of the C Word Podcast, the hosts explore the challenges of making your practice greener, featuring Sarah Staniforth and our very own Caitlin Southwick.

Conservators Combating Climate Change: Episode 0

With this podcast series the American Institute for Conservation, Emerging Conservation Professionals Network, aim to empower conservators to recognise their own agency in sustainability and to begin taking action. 

Conservators Combating Climate Change: Episode 1

With this podcast series the American Institute for Conservation, Emerging Conservation Professionals Network, aim to empower conservators to recognise their own agency in sustainability and to begin taking action. 

Conservators Combating Climate Change: Episode 2

With this podcast series the American Institute for Conservation, Emerging Conservation Professionals Network, aim to empower conservators to recognise their own agency in sustainability and to begin taking action. 

Conservators Combating Climate Change: Episode 3

With this podcast series the American Institute for Conservation, Emerging Conservation Professionals Network, aim to empower conservators to recognise their own agency in sustainability and to begin taking action. 

Conservators Combating Climate Change: Episode 4

With this podcast series the American Institute for Conservation, Emerging Conservation Professionals Network, aim to empower conservators to recognise their own agency in sustainability and to begin taking action. 

Conservators Combating Climate Change: Episode 5

With this podcast series the American Institute for Conservation, Emerging Conservation Professionals Network, aim to empower conservators to recognise their own agency in sustainability and to begin taking action. 

Conservators Combating Climate Change: Episode 6

With this podcast series the American Institute for Conservation, Emerging Conservation Professionals Network, aim to empower conservators to recognise their own agency in sustainability and to begin taking action. 

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