This resource is intended as a guide for museums developing a site specific environmental policy statement. The list of helpful templates will assist with the completion of your Accreditation application.
‘The museum must be environmentally conscious. Its approach to minimising waste and reducing its effect on the environment is a matter for the governing body.
The museum must be guided by a policy statement about its approach to environmental sustainability, and that policy statement must be appropriate to its statement of purpose.’
(Accreditation standard, October 2011)
This resource is aimed at informing international arts leaders about global developments in policies and programmes related to culture and environmental sustainability, and how these impact on national arts and cultural organisations.
This publication shares learning and best practice, case studies and a step-by-step approach for museums to improve their environmental sustainability.
This publication provides a legacy of the work of the Green Museums Strand of work delivered by Renaissance North West during 2009-2011 and is a guide for museums looking to improve their environmental sustainability.
This toolkit has been designed to help museums measure social and environmental impacts. It includes a blank template and an impact evaluation/assessment framework, which has been tested using evidence from a small number of AIM member museums.
This guidance is aimed at Museum Development Officers/ Museum Mentors and any museum developing their policy statement on environmental sustainability; it is linked directly to the requirement outlined in the Accreditation Standard.