In 2019, the American Library Association adopted sustainability as a core value of the profession and embraced the triple bottom line framework, which seeks balance at the nexus of environmental stewardship, social equity, and economic feasibility. WebJunction’s resources on this topic focus on actionable, practical ideas to address climate change and contribute to a future that considers not only climate change mitigation, but also adaptation and justice.
Webinar and seminar recordings on this topic are freely available in the WebJunction Course Catalog.
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Publish Date: News / 30 January 2024
STAR Net would like to invite you to complete a short survey to inform the design of the 2024 Climate Action Symposium: Exploring Collaborations with Libraries, Community-Based Organizations, and Public Health Agencies.
Publish Date: News / 9 January 2024
Climate change is the grandest challenge of our generation. This requires a level of collaboration that has not been seen before.
Publish Date: News / 19 December 2023
Have you ever considered the environmental impact of swag? Whether you're attending a national conference or a local event, you're likely to see examples of pens, tote bags, and trinkets being distributed by libraries and vendors alike. While we all ...
Publish Date: Webinar / 13 December 2023
This webinar with the Sustainable Libraries Initiative features libraries having a collective impact on climate action through community collaborations.
Publish Date: News / 12 December 2023
Throughout this Climate Action series, we have discussed strategies and practical steps libraries can take toward sustainability, as well as resources to support these efforts. The Sustainable Libraries Initiative can help support a balanced approach...