Guest blog: The first International Climate Control Conference

Time to do something about climate control. Please help us by filling out this survey.

We are all aware that climate control is one of the most carbon intensive aspects of the art and cultural sector. And we are very aware that changes are needed – relaxing ranges to increase our energy efficiency and decrease our carbon footprint. And we know that the scientific evidence is there to support changing our climate control. So, the question is: why haven’t we made the switch? There are many answers – loan agreements, insurance policies, sometimes it’s as simple as a miscommunication or missing conversation.

Whatever the reason, we can no longer work in this way. We are now out of time. Between the climate crisis and energy crisis, we have to address this issue now. This is a collective problem and needs a collective solution. In an effort to facilitate action in this area, Ki Culture, in partnership with Gallery Climate Coalition, will be hosting the first International Climate Control Conference on 1 and 2 December 2022 to highlight best practices, and get climate control conditions in check. This free online event will outline the current state of climate control globally, outline the scientific data behind new protocols and kick off a pilot with 50 museums to implement energy efficient solutions.

Please complete our survey

In anticipation of this event, we’re asking you to take two minutes to fill out a survey on your current climate control protocols. The data collected will be presented at the conference (institutions names will be included ONLY if express permission is given at the end of this form). Emails are not collected unless you have opted for a follow-up interview.

Make sure to follow Ki Culture and GCC for more information about the conference and the Pilot. If you are interested in getting more information, please contact us at kifutures@kiculture.org.

Thank you for contributing to this important research. We look forward to seeing you at the conference!

Link to survey: https://bit.ly/3e6DjdC

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