Climate Action Community

Who we are

We are professionals at all levels who work within and around the digital cultural heritage sector. We acknowledge that climate change is an emergency and believe that cooperative action is required to reverse this momentum. 

What we do 

We aim to drive impactful, cooperative and sustainable action to address the climate emergency and the environmental impact of our life, work and the digital transformation of the cultural heritage sector and we aim for wider systemic change within our organisations and networks. 

Why join?

  • Exchange knowledge, approaches and good practice related to climate action and the digital cultural heritage sector

  • Help grow expertise on how the digital transformation of the cultural heritage sector can reduce the climate footprint of its digital transformation and contribute to positive climate action

  • Raise the profile of climate action in Europe’s cultural heritage institutions through specialised task forces, working groups and workshops 

  • Collaborate with your peers to address this urgent issue - we are stronger together!

Join us

Activities and resources

The Europeana climate action manifesto

Plan. Collaborate. Operate. Advocate.


Learn more
Title:
BARRE DES ECRINS 4103 M. ET GLACIER BLANC/ (DAUPHINE').
Creator:
SELLA VITTORIO
Date:
1900 ca.
Institution:
Archivio Fotografico - Fondo Gabinio
Country:
Italy

Meet the steering Group

Latest News

Europeana in conversation with Kim McKay from the Australian Museum
Title:
Kim McKay in Hintze Hall at the Australia Museum. In Copyright.
Creator:
Michelle Mossop
Date:
2020

Europeana in conversation with Kim McKay from the Australian Museum

Created: 22 April 2021

Kim McKay is the first woman Director and CEO of the Australian Museum in its 191 year history. In a special interview for our celebration of Women’s History Month, she discusses highlighting women’s achievements, First Nation communities, and climate change through the Museum’s activities and collections. Watch the interviews!

Working for climate justice - an update from the ENA Climate Group
Title:
The Caroline Spring at Næsby on Funen
Creator:
Dankvart Dreyer
Date:
1844-1845
Institution:
Statens Museum for Kunst
Country:
Denmark

Working for climate justice - an update from the ENA Climate Group

Created: 12 March 2021

In this post, Barbara Fischer of the Europeana Network Association Climate Group shares how they are working and collaborating with other cultural heritage movements  to raise awareness of climate change in the cultural heritage sector. Find out more about a new cultural heritage climate action map and event on 19 March!

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