The online meeting will begin with a short presentation from network coordinator Anita Hollinshead on Extreme Environments and their impact on conditions in museums, heritage sites and on collections.
This will be followed by an open discussion, Q&A and opportunity to share your experiences. If you have any particular questions, then please do let us know in advance of the meeting.
This session will be linked to discussion concerning climate change and collections management, and will be informed by the larger project ‘Roots and Branches’ by Museum Development England and The Carbon Literacy Project, supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. It aims to train and certify 1,500 people from 300 museums as Carbon Literate over the next two years and give an opportunity for museums to converse, experiment, and test new ideas for a more sustainable future.
To find out more about the Roots and Branches project and how to get involved, please visit the MDEM website.
Who should attend:
This event is for members of the Emergency and Risk Network in the east Midlands. Anyone from a museum or heritage site in the region is welcome to join, and you can do so here. the Network welcomes new members.
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