There is growing recognition that the fossil fuel we use in our daily lives is making a significant contribution to manmade climate change. In addition, the fossil fuels we use to heat and power our lives, are running out. Not any time soon but they are running out. And as they become harder to find so the price increases.
Highland Museum Forum (supported by Highland Council and HI-Arts) were delighted to be awarded AmbITion Scotland funding to develop a digital resource to help measure and communicate carbon emissions. Running over the spring 2013, this project will help 12 independently run highland museums to identify how they can reduce their day to day carbon emissions which will also help reduce venue running costs.
The relevant buttons below take you to the web page for each venue.
The museum is situated at Glenfinnan railway station at Lochaber.
Museum is a timber frame and external brick rectangular building situated alongside Mallaig Railway Station.
The museum is housed in a traditional 3 storey stone building in the centre of Fort William.
The main museum building consists of 2 joined traditional thatched highland cottages.
The museum is located in a bespoke built single storey building completed in 2000.
Timespan is the largest of the museums involved in the project.
The main museum building consists of a gallery/exhibition room and 2 smaller adjacent exhibition rooms.
Main museum building is an old church which has significant development and upgrade restrictions due to it being a listed building.
The museum is housed over 2 locations. An old estate courtyard building provides a small storage area, office facility and room for committee meetings.
The museum consists of a traditional stone school building, built in 1861 with an extension completed in 1991.
The museum is located in timber framed Victorian railway platform waiting rooms.
The museum is located in a custom built building that was completed 10 years ago.