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Articles of Interest
The Cost of Reading: The Book Industry's Carbon Footprint by Senjuti Para, February 10, 2022. Book Riot.
IPCC Report: Climate Change Could Soon Outpace Humanity's Ability to Adapt by Kiley Price, February 28, 2022. IPCC.
How to Recycle Your Old Running Shoes and Apparel by Morgan Tilton, March 21, 2022. Runner's World.
For RCLS Member Libraries
RCLS Virtual Closet Swap: Do you have leftover take and make kits that you just can't get rid of because the craft was too amazing? How about those random peacock feathers in the back of the cabinet that you don't think you'll use, but they're too cool to throw out? Now there is a solution: give them to another library!
What better way to stay up-to-date on the ever evolving nature of sustainability than a podcast? If you have suggestions to add to this list, please contact Joanna Goldfarb (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Feed: A Food System Podcast
Debates about the future of food have become more polarised than ever - and little attention is paid to why people hold genuinely different views. This podcast aims to fill this gap by exploring the evidence, worldviews, and values that people bring to global food system debates.
The Guardian's12-part series on climate change
This series follows the editor-in-chief of the Guardian as his team takes up the fight against climate change.
Professional development opportunities produced by RCLS may be accessed via the RCLS YouTube Channel.
Some presenters agreed to have their webinars recorded, but not made public on YouTube. Those webinars are only accessible through a direct link sent by an RCLS consultant, or through this LibGuide.
To access archived webinars from a variety of providers on different topics, please visit the RCLS Online Professional Development Opportunities guide.
Search WebJunction for "Sustainability" webinars: https://www.webjunction.org/