GML Joins the Climate Heritage Network
GML and Context have joined the newly formed global Climate Heritage Network, bringing together the heritage, culture and arts sectors to act on climate change.
GML and Context have joined the newly formed global Climate Heritage Network, bringing together the heritage, culture and arts sectors to act on climate change. GML CEO, Sharon Veale, is attending the launch of the Climate Heritage Network in the World Heritage Listed city, Edinburgh, Scotland. The key objective of the launch is to develop an initial action plan, raise awareness about the group. and establish working groups. By its very nature, the heritage sector has a positive environmental impact through environmental conservation.
At GML we know our actions can make a difference in helping to address climate change. We have advised our clients about how historic places contribute positively to the environment. We champion adaptively reusing buildings, recognising the benefits of embodied energy and avoided waste. We also help our clients to prepare climate change adaptation strategies for heritage places, historic buildings and archaeological collections.
We are excited to work globally with support in our sector, to act on climate change in heritage.