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Движение «Зеленая библиотека». Обзор литературы о «зеленых» библиотеках и деятельности по их развитию. (Часть 2)

https://doi.org/10.33186/1027-3689-2020-6-81-94

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Аннотация

Переломным моментом для «зеленых» библиотек стало зарождение движения «Зеленая библиотека», охватившего библиотекарей и библиотеки, колледжи и университетские городки, города и поселки, разделяющие идею экологизации библиотек и уменьшения их воздействия на окружающую среду. Движение возникло в начале 1990-х гг. и к 2003 г. приобрело популярность в библиотечном сообществе. Все больше библиотек стремятся уменьшить свое воздействие на окружающую среду нашей планеты. Существующие библиотечные пространства становятся более экологичными, а услуги и формы работы библиотек –  ориентированными на охрану окружающей среды и устойчивое развитие.  Один из способов реализации идеи экологичности и соответствия принципам устойчивого развития – строительство для библиотек экологичных «зеленых» зданий, соответствующих стандартам LEED («Руководство по энергоэффективному и экологическому проектированию»). Комитет по управлению отходами штата Калифорния (California Integrated WasteManagement Board) определяет «зеленое», или «экологичное», здание как сооружение, которое спроектировано, построено, отремонтировано и функционирует или повторно используется в соответствии с принципами экологичности и эффективного управления ресурсами. Такие экологические проблемы, как истощение источников энергии и изменение климата, будут влиять на тип информационных ресурсов и программ, которые библиотеки предоставляют сообществам.

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Моника Антонелли
Университет штата Миннесота
Соединённые Штаты Америки

Моника Антонелли – руководитель службы по развитию внешних связей библиотеки, профессор

Манкато, Миннесота



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Антонелли М. Движение «Зеленая библиотека». Обзор литературы о «зеленых» библиотеках и деятельности по их развитию. (Часть 2). Научные и технические библиотеки. 2020;(6):81-94. https://doi.org/10.33186/1027-3689-2020-6-81-94

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Antonelli M. The Green Library Movement: an overview and beyond. (Part II). Scientific and Technical Libraries. 2020;(6):81-94. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.33186/1027-3689-2020-6-81-94

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