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This webinar is primarily interactive and discussion-based, the first meeting will be limited to 15 IIC members as a smaller group, with discussions facilitated by Caitlin Southwick. Registration is free to IIC Members. As places are limited please submit your registration as soon as possible. We have enabled a waiting list, if there is significant interest we will look at repeating sessions over the coming months.

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This webinar is primarily interactive and discussion-based, the first meeting will be limited to 15 IIC members as a smaller group, with discussions facilitated by Caitlin Southwick. Registration is free to IIC Members. As places are limited please submit your registration as soon as possible. We have enabled a waiting list, if there is significant interest we will look at repeating sessions over the coming months.
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The Sustainability & Climate Action Community Challenge answers the questions on sustainable practices and the future of our profession.

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The Future of Sustainability : Online Meeting 29 July 2020, 17:00 (BST)

#Together We Make The Future

The first introductory meeting online will enable participants to examine and discuss how COVID19 has impacted us from the point of view of sustainability. What lessons have we learned? What positive impacts has this experience given us? In what ways can we continue some of this progress? What will be some of the major issues for incorporating sustainability when we return to work? How can we envision and ensure our future will be sustainable?

We will examine some of the strategies that have been discussed for re-opening and develop strategies for our own practice. Participants will leave with concrete actions and a plan for contributing to a sustainable future.

This meeting is primarily interactive and discussion-based. The first meeting will be limited to 15 IIC members (Students, Early Career, Individual and Fellows) only as a smaller group, with discussions facilitated by Caitlin Southwick, champion of the IIC Special Interest Community for Sustainability.

Registration is free and limited to IIC Members only.

As we will have a maximum of 15 people for this first meeting, please submit the registration as soon as possible. We have created a waiting list and if there is significant interest we will look at repeating sessions over the coming months.

Meeting Faciliator: Caitlin Southwick , of Ki Culture and Sustainability in Conservation.

Sustainability in Conservation

SiC is a branch of Ki Culture which focuses on environmental responsibility in conservation and restoration of cultural heritage. SiC promotes effective communication, education and research: combining daily tips and ideas on how to practice conservation with more awareness and creating a single, unified reference and approach to greener practice in the field.

Some of SiC’s programs include: the Student Ambassador Program, which empowers students to think critically and implement sustainable initiatives; the Guy Tree, a decision making chart to help conservators make greener choices in their treatments and approaches; and the Green Solvents Project, which defines and explores the application of Green Chemistry in conservation though the creation of a handbook and an international, collaborative research program.

IIC Code of Conduct and IIC Community Guidelines

IIC has introduced a Code of Conduct alongside our Community Guidelines to support online participation. These guidelines can be viewed on the:

- IIC Website here; and on the

- IIC Community platform here.

IIC recognises its responsibility to create an inclusive culture that does not tolerate inappropiate, discriminatory, offensive or harmful behaviour towards any person who works for, volunteers with, is a member of, or comes into contact with the Institute.

We also strive to make IIC,both in terms of its events, meetings, office and all otehr services, including online, a place where people's well-being and mental health are valued and promoted, so that anyone working at or coming into contact with the Institute is encouraged to value and invest in their own health and wellbeing.

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