Launch Webinar for New Carbon Literacy for Museums Toolkit

A new Carbon Literacy for Museums Toolkit has been developed by The Carbon Literacy Project and Museum Development North West, in collaboration with Museum Development England, museums and Julie’s Bicycle.  Museums have an important role to play in tackling the climate crisis – not only by reducing the emissions created within the museum sector, but also as…

Climate Change Resilience Heritage Summit

How can we work together to face the challenges presented by climate change to the historic environment? On 27 October, heritage partners from across the UK have joined up to present a virtual Climate Resilience Summit. Hosted by Historic Environment Scotland, partners include the National Trust, English Heritage, Cadw, and the the National Trust for…

AIA Annual Conference August 2020 Booking Now Open

Booking for the Association for Industrial Archaeology’s Annual Conference is now open. This year’s event will be based at Liverpool Hope University and will run from the 21st to the 26th August. The Conference is being organised in conjunction with an enthusiastic local team from the Merseyside Industrial Heritage Society led by Anna Alexander and…

Flooding and Industrial Heritage Buildings Guidance

February 2020 has now been confirmed as the wettest month on record in Britain and many communities are still mopping up after the floods. Industrial heritage sites are just as vulnerable to heavy rains and flooding events as the communities within which they sit, especially those sites located in river valleys or on the coast….