IFLA’s Environment, Sustainability and Libraries Section publishes its official newsletter twice a year, which reviews ENSULIB’s activities and achievements and provides a platform for presenting interesting stories, events or projects from libraries all over the world, that follow a clear green and sustainable commitment.
Any type of Green Library or library with an outstanding Green Library Project may apply for the IFLA Green Library Award. Libraries with a small budget but a great impact are explicitly invited to participate in the competition!
IFLA Environment, Sustainability and Libraries (ENSULIB) Standing Committee Member and Librarian at the Parliament of Ghana, Amanda Delali Fie, discusses the role of preservation in information transmission in Parliamentary Libraries.
The recording is available below via YouTube and the slides/resources are available on Slideshare.
A recording and materials from the webinar are now available.
“Making the future yourself!” was the motto of this year’s Sustainability Days, organised by “SUSTAIN IT!” – the initiative for sustainability and climate protection.
Under the motto “Inspired and Engaged on Sustainability” the IFLA Environment, Sustainability and Libraries Section (ENSULIB) with the Management and Marketing Section (M&M) and the Preservation and Conservation Section (P&C) held a Satellite meeting from 22–23 July 2022.
Full list of ENSULIB meetings and programmes at IFLA WLIC 2022 in Dublin.
The recording is available now! This presentation explores how libraries can be proactive in putting climate equity on the top burner in their user communities.
The short list finalists for the 7th IFLA Green Library Award have been selected.
The IFLA Environment, Sustainability and Libraries Section (ENSULIB) with the Management and Marketing Section and Preservation and Conservation Section are seeking proposals for papers to be presented at their Satellite Meeting 2022 in Cork, Ireland.
The recording is now available!