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The original URL of From Gray Areas to Green Areas: Developing Sustainable Practices in Preservation Environments website was http://www.ischool.utexas.edu/kilgarlin/gaga/.

Symposium proceedings are available/accessible through the symposium website.

From Gray Areas to Green Areas: Developing Sustainable Practices in Preservation Environments Symposium Proceedings

 Table of Contents

Introduction --- Karen L. Pavelka and Snowden Becker
What Will the Cultural Record Say About Us? The stewardship of culture and the mandate for environmental sustainability --- Michael C. Henry
Going Green in Museums: A Conservator's View --- Paul Himmelstein and Barbara Appelbaum
From Japanese Tradition: Is /Kura/ a Model for a Sustainable Preservation Environment? --- Kazuko Hioki
Sustainability Means Less is More --- Joachim Huber
Providing Safe and Practical Environments for Cultural Property in Historic Buildings...and Beyond --- Richard L. Kerschner
Sustainable Practices for Conservation Environments --- William P. Lull
Real and Relevant Green Building --- Peter L. Pfeiffer
Specifying Storage Environments in Libraries and Archives --- James Reilly
Pennsylvania's Rare Collections Library: Design Overview --- Cornelius J. Rusnov
From Institutional Mission to Sustainable Outcome:Cultivating Stewardship Through the Planning and Design Process --- Laurie Zapalac

From Gray Areas to Green Areas: Developing Sustainable Practices in Preservation Environments, 2007, Symposium Proceedings, edited by Melissa Tedone; Copyright © 2008 The Kilgarlin Center for Preservation of the Cultural Record, School of Information, the University of Texas at Austin. All rights reserved.

 

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