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Cultural Institutions at the United Nations Conference of Parties

COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland (2022) CEO, Sarah Sutton attended the United Nations Conference of Parties (COP26) on behalf of Environment & Culture Partners in November 2021. Sutton participated in multiple events and met with attendees representing international and national cultural sector representatives and other cross-sector attendees whether from government, NGOs, the youth movement, or other… Continue readingRepresentation

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Held In Trust

Background The Foundation for Advancement in Conservation (FAIC) entered into a three-year cooperative agreement with the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) in 2020 to conduct the “Held in Trust” project. The project will consider the current state, future directions, challenges, opportunities, and resource needs for the conservation and preservation of cultural heritage in the U.S. “Held… Continue readingRepresentation

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America Is All In

Background Sarah Sutton began #MuseumsforParis in 2017 on the day the U.S. announced an intention to withdraw from the Paris Agreement. In March of 2018, #MuseumsforParis was retired as the museums, aquariums, zoos and gardens joined We Are Still In as the Cultural Institutions Sector. In 2021, We Are Still In joined forces with America’s… Continue readingRepresentation

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