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[InetBib] Reminder! IFLA Green Library Award 2022

Please excuse cross-posting!

Dear colleagues,

*Do not miss the extended deadline for your submission:**14 March 2022. *

 * Libraries that work ecologically and sustainably are eligible for
   the “Best Green Library” category.

 * Ecological and sustainable library projects can be submitted in the
   category “Best Green Library Project. ” Projects should be limited
   in scope, time and budget and should make an important contribution
   to the implementation of environmental and sustainability
   objectives, at least at local level.
 * In addition, a recognition prize is awarded for a project that
   achieves great impact with a small budget.

The winners will be announced at the 88th IFLA World Library and Information Congress 2022 in Dublin, Ireland.

Detailed information can be found here <https://www.ifla.org/g/environment-sustainability-and-libraries/ifla-green-library-award/>.

We look forward to receiving your application!

With best regards
Petra Hauke

Dr. Petra Hauke
Visiting Teacher
Berlin School for Library and Information Science
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany
Tel. +49 30 741 59 03

New publication with open access:
New Libraries in Old Buildings: Creative Reuse.
Eds.: Petra Hauke, Karen Latimer and Robert Niess.
Berlin/Boston: de Gruyter Saur, June 2021.
(IFLA Publication, 180)

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