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Reduce your museum’s impact on the environment

Trainer: Lorraine Finch

Lorraine is founder and director of LFCP, which is accelerating the cultural heritage sector’s climate and environmental actions through research, knowledge sharing and resource creation. Lorraine advocates on the international stage for sustainability in cultural heritage participating in conferences, leading workshops and training and collaborating with leaders in the field in the USA and Europe.

Lorraine is founder and Chair of the Institute of Conservation’s Sustainability Network. In recognition, she was presented with a David Middleton Sustainability Award. Lorraine is a Director of Climate Museum UK and an accredited conservator of archives, photographs, film and sound.

Suitable for: Anyone working or volunteering in museums

About the session: An online session with Lorraine Finch from LFCP on the immediate steps we can all take to work more sustainably in museums.

The session will help you think about the practical no or low cost steps you can take, whatever your role in the museum, to reduce your impact on the climate and environment.

The session will provide you with:

  • Real life examples from other museums of low cost/no cost actions and waste reduction initiatives
  • Ways to reduce your museum’s energy consumption
  • A variety of steps that you can put into place straight away
  • Tools and resources to help you on your sustainability journey

This session has been funded by Heritage Fund and Arts Council England.

Please note, these tickets are for museums located in the East of England and South East*. Museums do not need to be registered within the Arts Council Accreditation Scheme, but attendees should not be from a private collection.

*Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire (Peterborough), Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk, Suffolk, Kent, Surrey, East & West Sussex, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, and Berkshire.

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