Bargmann, Monika (2015). Wie öko ist mein Lesestoff?. Büchereiperspektiven, 2, 38-39
Some books make us sad because trees had to die for them. It would have been better if they had been published as e-books. But are digital books really better for the environment than printed ones? This question cannot be answered easily. To begin with: Used printed books, such as library books, score well from an ecological point of view.
Manley, Will (2013). Will's world. Warming up to end times: What the coming apocalypse means for libraries. American Libraries, 44(11/12), 56
The author discusses the impact that global warming and climate change is having on libraries. He offers suggestions for libraries, including providing access to global warming research through public programming, making library buildings less reliant on fossil fuels, and printing resources on apocalyptic survival skills. The author also looks at the American Library Association (ALA) contributions to environmental awareness.
Li, Jiwei; Guan, Qiong; Yang, Hui (2018). Winter energy consumption in reading space of green library in cold regions. International Journal of Heat and Technology, 36(4), 1256-1261. DOI: 10.18280/ijht.360413
Association & Conference Management Group K.I.T. (2018). Writing a better future: How the World Library and Information Congress embraced sustainability.
Avila, Sandra; Wray, Christina C.; Haught, Megan (2020). You belong here: Bringing students and local habitats together. American Libraries, 51(May 13)
To mark the 50th anniversary of Earth Day---and recognize the American Library Association adding sustainability as a core value---American Libraries returns with its ongoing sustainability series. In these posts, information professionals share their experiences with sustainability in libraries. In spring 2018, University of Central Florida (UCF) Libraries staff members were exploring ways to expand programming beyond the classroom. Earth Day gave us the perfect opportunity to devise a program that promoted campus sustainability practices and expanded our network of partners.
Poggiali, Jennifer (2015). You're no fun anymore: The ethics of acquiring electronic devices in light of e-waste, sweatshops, and globalization: Paper presented at ACRL 2015, Portland, Oregon.
Dragaš, Božica (2017). Zelene knjižnice za zelenu pismenost: Hrvatsko iskustvo. Green libraries for green literacy: Croatian experience. Vjesnik Bibliotekara Hrvatske, 60(4), 221-241. DOI: 10.30754/vbh.60.4.530
Purpose. The paper deals with the Croatian ``Green libraries'', discussing the meaning of the library programs and services focused on educating users about sustainable development of society and importance of environmental protection as well as learning life-improving skills that affect not only individuals but the whole society. The goal of the article is to offer an insight into the range of ideas and possibilities that Croatian libraries have accomplished so far in their efforts to effectively connect librarianship and ecology. Methodology. The examples are presented chronologically beginning with the year 2011, when the Association of Istria Librarians started the ``Green library'' project, within which many green library programs were initiated and have been carried out ever since in different types of libraries throughout Croatia. The discussed examples of green libraries were selected by certain criteria: they were presented at professional conferences, described in published articles, or there were information about them on the libraries' web pages. Findings. The accomplishments of the Croatian ``Green libraries'' prove that libraries conduct a wide array of activities as part of the program. The cooperation between libraries and different institutions, associations, and individuals that deal with sustainable development, fauna and fl ora preservation, and environmental protection is particularly important. Many of these programs have been initiated through s direct cooperation between libraries and local communities, proving the importance of recognizing and taking into account library users' demands. Social implications. In its ``Statement on Libraries and Development'' (2013), IFLA invited policy and decision makers to recognize libraries as reliable institutions carrying out programs which contribute signifi cantly to solving sustainability issues concerning the entire community. Originality. The article offers the fi rst overview of the previous Croatian practices and experiences with ``Green libraries'', which can serve as guidelines and motivate other librarians in their future work.
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Werner, Klaus Ulrich (2018). Öffentlichen Zugang ermöglichen: Auch die Welt der Bibliotheken hat 17 Ziele. Politik und Kultur, 1, 24
Werner, Klaus Ulrich (2019). Бібліотеки стають зеленими. - Читай! Формат не має значення: Пам'ятка будівельника екологічної бібліотеки: Вперше опубліковано в BuB 70 12/2018
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International Federation of Library Associations; Institutions (IFLA) (2018). 范例、教育者、推动者：图书馆与可持续性: 图书馆如何助力可持续性发展.