The Europeana Foundation’s Business Plan 2021, ‘Towards a digital public space for cultural heritage’, highlights five themes that run through all aspects of our work. Shadi Ardalan and Patrick Ehlert talk about the Europeana Foundation’s environmental responsibility.
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.
The Global Network of Water Museums, in cooperation with ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on Water and Heritage, invites you to a webinar to explore new educational tools that can support the promotion of our water heritage and build a knowledge repository for future generations.
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!
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!
The Fridays For Future Movement, We are Museums and the Europeana Network Association Climate Action Group discuss collective climate action with a focus on steps that the cultural heritage sector can take.