#FinallyFriday: Sustainability - Then and Now

How can archaeology and heritage, which are generally involved with events and technology from the past, contribute to current climate issues? #FinallyFriday guests Sarah Sutton and Kirsten Dzwiza share their complementary approaches in using ideas and depictions from the past to deal with present environmental issues.

Sarah Sutton is the founder of Sustainable Museums, which aims to help cultural institutions become more sustainable in their practices, and contribute towards climate action.
Dr Kirsten Dzwiza is the founder of the Amatek Institute, which aims to raise awareness of how ancient technologies can be used as sustainable solutions to modern ecological challenges. 

Join us for a fascinating discussion into the importance of cross-disciplinary collaboration and the sharing of resources, the possibilities and potentials of different technologies and programs, and the future outlook for archaeology and sustainability. This episode of Finally Friday will be live on the EXARC Discord, where our speakers will be there to answer your questions, on Friday 5th February 2021 at 17:00h Central European Time. We look forward to seeing you there! Follow this link to enter the server: Once you click, you are prompted to present yourself in 1, 2 sentences and then one of us will let you in.