Climate Sustainability

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The Climate Sustainability Community

The purpose of the Climate Sustainability Committee is to survey current and needed practice to make recommendations to the AASLH Council on how to support and guide the field as it incorporates environmental sustainability and climate work, internally and externally, to reflect standards of responsible stewardship.

Committee

The AASLH Climate Sustainability Affinity Community is coordinated by the following committee of volunteers:

Sarah Sutton, Co-Chair
Sustainable Museums
sarah@sustainablemuseums.net

Andre L. Taylor, Co-Chair
North Carolina State University Public History Program
altaylo8@ncsu.edu

Lisa Anderson
Woodbury Art Museum, Utah Valley University
lisabendino@gmail.com

Austin Bell
Marco Island Historical Society
curator@themihs.org

Marian Carpenter
John & Mable Ringling Museum of Art/Florida State University
Marian.Carpenter@ringling.org

Jerry Foust
Dumbarton House
JerryFoust@dumbartonhouse.org

Vicky L. Kruckeberg
vickyLK2006@yahoo.com

Doug Worts
WorldViews Consulting
Dcworts@douglasworts.ca

AASLH Staff Contact
John Dichtl
dichtl@aaslh.org
615-320-3203

Climate Sustainability Resources

AASLH Resources

AASLH has several resources valuable to those interested in climate sustainability. As the Climate Sustainability Group grows, more resources will be added to this list.

How to Join AASLH Affinity Communities


Can I join an AASLH affinity community using my current account?

Everyone will need an individual AASLH account to join one of the communities. This includes active AASLH individual members, those who have staff accounts at active institutional members, academic student and faculty accounts at active Academic programs, and even nonmember accounts.

Institutional members, including partners, must create staff profiles for their employees, volunteers, and board members if you want them to be able to join and participate in AASLH communities. There is no charge for creating staff profiles and no cap on how many staff profiles can be attached to your institution.

Please refer to the Creating Staff Members Flyer for information on how to add these profiles http://download.aaslh.org/Creating+Staff+Profiles.pdf.

Academic Programs can refer to the Creating Faculty and Student Profiles Flyer to create profiles for people in their programs http://download.aaslh.org/Creating+Faculty+and+Student+Profiles.pdf.

Lapsed AASLH members or people who have never had an AASLH account are welcome to create a nonmember account from the Membership Center page. There is no charge for creating a nonmember account.

Signing in to the AASLH Membership Center

To sign in to your individual account, go to https://aaslh.site-ym.com/login.aspx to login to the Membership Center. Links to reset your password or join AASLH are also available at that page. If you do not remember your username please email membership@aaslh.org.

Once logged in, choose the Communities tab to navigate to the community you would like to join. There is no limit to how many Affinity Communities you join. A community showing 0 registered members will still have members, this message appears because AASLH does not share members’ contact information with other members in the Membership Center.

To join the group, select Join Group at the top of the page. You will then be able to participate in the forum discussions. Even if you do not plan on participating in the forums, we recommend you join the Community so you don’t miss out on important community announcements