Now online: NEMO Webinar on sustainability in museums

© Image: Ricardo Gomez Angel, Studio Olafur Eliasson at Fondation Beyeler A person is standing on a footbridge inside a room with a floor covered by a mirror. The person is looking at their reflection.

© Image: Ricardo Gomez Angel, Studio Olafur Eliasson at Fondation Beyeler

On 22 September 2022, Tabea Leukhardt, Collective for future culture, delivered a free NEMO Webinar focused on sustainability in museums and how museums can transition to sustainability in a holistic, credible and future-oriented way. The recording is now available to be watched online.

Museums have always been initiators of change - they convey attitudes, values, transformation. But as with all other industries, too much climate-damaging CO2 is produced by museums. The political expectation is to reduce, transform and act (more) responsible. But how can this be done? How can a museum be transformed into a sustainable place?

In this webinar, Tabea Leukhardt, Collective for future culture, shares her knowledge about current political frameworks, essential measures and the necessary steps to successfully implement sustainable processes.

Meet the speaker

Tabea Leukhardt has been an expert for sustainable management in companies and organisations for more than 10 years. Together with the Collective for future culture, she supports cultural and media institutions in the development of sustainability strategies, the materiality analysis and the implementation of individual measures (e.g. CO2 balance, sustainable event management, sustainability reports as evidence for funding programs). In the Akademie für Zukunftskultur, she trains people to become "sustainability managers in culture and media”. Tabea loves to network and build cooperations for sustainable change.