An iceberg in a lake next to brown hills on a sunny day.

History and Climate Change

This column originally appeared in the Winter 2019 issue of History News. By…


Windmills in a field during sunset.

AASLH’s Task Force on Environmental Sustainability and Climate

By Sarah W. Sutton, Task Force Co-chair It’s an incredibly exciting time to…


Historic Houses and Sustainability in Miami

On February 3-5, the American Alliance of Museums’ Environment and Climate…


“It’s Never Been This Hot” – Addressing Climate Change

  On July 31, AASLH joined We Are Still In (WASI), a national effort to…


Webinar: Steps to Environmental Sustainability

Environmental sustainability offers important pathways for strengthening your…


Earth Day and History Organizations: Making Green Connections

Every year it surprises you - Earth Day, again!? Should you join in? Can you…


AASLH Leaders Participating in Consensus Webinars on Environmental Sustainability

Are you interested in the role of environmental sustainability in the museum…


Historic House Call: Being Historic and Green

Historic Houses are part of the common good. We have a responsibility to our…


On Being Historic and Green

  Visitor #1 (exiting a recreated 1700’s log house at an open air site):…


An Illuminating Proposal: How a Small Museum Saved Big by Going Green

Waving a sheet of tablet paper covered with figures, Ted Yahraus came into our…