If you’re looking for THE Sustainability Symposium of the Season, then look no further. The APT (Association for Preservation Technology International) Annual Conference this year has a Sustainability track and a separate Symposium following the conference. Where? Montréal, Quebec. When? October 13-17th.
APT is one of the founding members of our Sustainable Preservation Coalition (and okay, full disclosure, I am the immediate Past President of APT) and the APT Bulletin on Sustainability which came out of APT’s first symposium on Sustainability and Preservation at the Halifax conference in 2005, set the tone for much of the current thinking and policy creation. This is also the 40th Anniversary of APT (a joint American – Canadian organization) and the Conference whose theme is "Moving Forward, Looking Back", is on target to be one heck of a good time too.
So the good news – there are still spots available for the Symposium (description below) being held at the Centre des Sciences in the Old Port and the totally cool, hip and modern Biosphere . (Worth the $450 just to get to hang out at these inspiring places and pontificate for 2 days!). The bad news – it’s filling up quickly as is the conference. Most of the field sessions are booked and the special events are close to selling out. If you really want to be a part of the dialogue between people creating the baseline for “green preservation” – then this is a must.
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