UCLA/Getty Program’s Distinguished Speaker Series

Dr. Glenn Wharton
Chair, UCLA/Getty Program in the Conservation of Cultural Heritage
invites you to attend
UCLA/Getty Program’s Distinguished Speaker Series

Sarah Sutton
CEO of Environment & Culture Partners (ECP)
Co-Author of “The Green Museum”

Cultural Heritage and Climate Change:
D(d)iplomacy for Neighbors and Nations

Friday, February 4, 2022 at 11:00 a.m. PST
Live streaming via Zoom

To RSVP, please visit https://ucla.in/3rwQirB.

Please submit your questions in advance of the webinar via email to hnadworny@support.ucla.edu by Wednesday, February 2 at 12:00 p.m.

Instructions to join the webinar will be provided once your registration has been confirmed.

About the program: Presenter Sarah Sutton will share how those who care about cultural heritage have been taking important steps to protect it and to embed it in climate change response as a core component, not an add on.

About the speaker: Sarah Sutton is CEO of Environment & Culture Partners (ECP), a non-profit accelerating cultural institutions’ leadership in climate action. ECP manages the Frankenthaler Climate Initiative, a grant program supporting museums’ energy efficiency and clean energy projects, and an IMLS National Leadership Grant creating energy efficiency tools for museums. Sutton is the Cultural Sector Lead for America is All In supporting the Paris Agreement. She is co-author of The Green Museum and author of Environmental Sustainability at Historic Sites & Museums.  Sutton is a Steering Committee member and Climate Change co-chair, for Held in Trust, a special program of the National Endowment for the Humanities and the American Institute for Conservation that is shaping the future of the preventive conservation profession. Sutton is a member of the American Psychological Association’s Climate Change Task Force, and was a selected participant in the International Co-Sponsored Meeting on Climate Change with the IPCC, UNESCO, and International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS).

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