Thursday, January 24, 2013

Sustainability In Museums - A Survey

If you didn't have a chance to participate in the green museums survey late last year, here is your chance. 

The American Alliance of Museum's Professional Network on Environmental Sustainability - PIC Green - is interested in understanding if  - or which - green building and practice and product standards work best for the field. And we're interested in learning if we need to tweak those or adopt some of our own, or "none of the above".

To create a foundation for this discussion we greatly need your input.  The survey here is for any US-based museum (we'll go global next time) - any museum. You don't even have to be doing anything green. We want your comments on what you've done or not done, and why. 

So please, take 8 minutes to fill out this survey. Two randomly-selected  surveys will receive a gift copy of The Green Museum: A Primer on Environmental Practice. [Three have received theirs from the first run of the survey].

Your comments now will help shape the future of environmental sustainable practices for the field. 

Thank you so much for participating.

By the way - congratulations to book winners from Round I:
  • Melissa Hermes, Education Coordinator at Otter Tail County Historical Museum in Minnesota
  • John Farr at Grand Encampment Museum in Wyoming
  • and Allison Titman, Assistant Director and Curator at Hammond-Harwood House in Maryland.

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