Green Museums Knowledge Cafe #2

Caring for Collections, Cutting Costs, Cherishing our Planet

19th September , 10-4pm Coventry Transport Museum

You are invited to this open meeting and training session. The café is a mix of training, knowledge sharing, access to  expert information & meeting new partners.

To start making change happen you probably need a Green Champions, sustainability communications specialist m4c, will be helping you and us take the first steps – (more to follow in coming months)
Collections…climate… collections … climate..aargh we care for both – what heating methods should we choose ? We’ve found a deal of confusion and worry over this question, so Jane Thompson-Webb Regional Collections Care manager will provide us with a non- nonsense, practical approach.

Also

  • Suppliers marketplace: Eco cleaning materials, bio-digestors, lighting options and more
  • Successful case studies from small sites,  tools to help you  measure your progress
  • Materials to help you

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All museum staff and volunteers are welcome Places are free. 

Please book your place here  http://greenmuseums2-eorg.eventbrite.co.uk/

In 2013, thirteen museums have begun a journey towards a greener future with the Reducing Bills: Going Green, Marches Network: Museum Development programme.

West Midlands Museums are Greener Museums

Green Museum Knowledge Cafe 2

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