ENSULIB wishes to pay tribute to the winners and some excellent submissions.
IFLA’s Environment Sustainability and Libraries Special Interest Group (ENSULIB) is pleased to announce the winner of the IFLA Green Library Award 2016.
application deadline: 1 April 2016
The Preservation and Conservation Section together with the Preservation and Conservation Strategic Programme will hold a two-day Satellite meeting at the Library of Congress, Washington DC, USA focusing on high density storage for library materials.
Environmental Sustainability and Libraries Special Interest Group (ENSULIB) is seeking proposals for papers to be presented at the IFLA World Library and Information Congress in Columbus, Ohio, USA from 13-19 August 2016.
Call for papers for IFLA WLIC 2015 Cape Town has been published. Extended deadline : 13 March 2015
How does the library as an institution, through the construction or renovation of a library building, promote and model sustainable behavior?
IFLA ENSULIB SIG will hold it's Business Meeting on Tuesday 20, from 11:30 to 13:00. in Room 308. Please note: unlike Monday's Green Libraries Day's activities, this one is ON-site at Suntec.
ENSULIB will have a Green Monday at WLIC 20123! The Environmental Sustainability and Libraries SIG has scheduled several events on that special day, under the theme "Future Libraries going Green":
Let our professinal community know about what you're doing, your plans, research, issues, etc.!
Share your experience, projects or research!
This next August at the Singapore WLIC 2013,the SIG will hold it's Open Session and Business Meeting Off- site.
The Instituto Cervantes in Madrid included in the program of its meeting on "Development, Sustainability and Culture: the Social Role of Libraries" a presentation of the IFLA Environmental Sustainability and Libraries Special Interest Group.
You are all invited to our 4 speakers programme and colloquium! Topics: Green Policies in Nort American Public Libraries, A Building Concept, Sustainable Reading Development, Collection Disposal.
Exploring Sustainability and Libraries in a Global World