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|Title:||Newsletter: Environment, Sustainability and Libraries Section, June 2022|
|Other Titles:||IFLA ENSULIB Newsletter, June 2022|
Ho, Adrian K.
Aldrich, Rebekkah Smith
Ma, Leo F. H.
Toril Moreno, Rosario
Perwati, Dwi Indah
Young, Michelle L.
Filar Williams, Beth
Subject::UN Sustainable Development Goals
|Publisher:||International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA)|
|Series/Report no.:||IFLA ENSULIB Newsletter;Volume 2, Issue 1|
|Abstract:||The second issue reviews ENSULIB’s activities and achievements and provides a platform for presenting interesting stories, events or projects from libraries all over the world, which follow a clear green and sustainable commitment. In this issue, it includes: A hot and active ENSULIB summer ahead! -- Planning and Developing Green and Sustainable Libraries with the IFLA ENSULIB Section -- Book Review: Libraries and Sustainability: Programs and Practices for Community Impact -- Libraries and the UN 2030 Agenda: The Role of Libraries in Promoting Sustainable Development (Croatia) -- Social and Environmental Responsibility: What Skills for Library Professionals? (France) -- Green Library Meeting in Szekszárd (Hungary) -- The Faro Convention and Sustainable Development Goals: Crossed Destinies (Italy) -- Sustainability and the Environment at the XXIII Conference on Information Management (Spain) -- Spotlight on Green Library Education in Germany -- Library trainees as future thinkers! Multi-day workshop on "Green Library" in Berlin -- Australian Libraries: working towards a better more sustainable future -- Lunch Hour @ the Library: New online lecture series launched in Austria -- Green Literacy -- 2021 – The first year of The Sustainability in Libraries Initiative -- Bringing environmental awareness of public libraries to the 2020s in Finland -- Let’s meet online! Idea-Café events organized by the German Green Library Network -- Green Library Concept at the National Library of Republic Indonesia for Sustainable Development -- Libraries and the UN SDGs: IFLA supporting libraries to achieve the SDGs -- Clarkson University Libraries First Academic Library to Complete Sustainable Libraries Certification Program.|
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