Event series ‘ the Green Museum demonstrate how sustainable in the future,’ 2011 current reconstruction in museums environmentally friendly, ecologically and economically also with regard to the financial shortages for many project diagram worked can be. The German Congress held in this context for the second time the Green Museum”series of events. On March 17, 2011 Bern, March 30, 2011 in Dresden and 7 April 2011 in Vienna again over 200 restorers, Museum Directors, Chief Financial Officer, head are expected in Museum technology and curators as well as responsible of the public administration. Especially the issues of efficiency and sustainability, protection and damage in everyday Museum, sustainable portfolios and exhibitions, as well as the preventive conservation are focal points of the series the Green Museum”, so Bernhard Klier, Managing Director of the new German Congress GmbH. in addition, we are pleased and others because of numerous questions the series of events in the Switzerland and Austria to position”, so Klier next. Examples of practice from museums are solutions outlined and discussed scientific approaches, information about new standards, norms and best practices”to get. Under the chairmanship of Dr.

Johanna Leissner, Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft Research Alliance, 30 renowned experts and experienced practitioners from museums experience reports and examples of solutions to the current challenges in the transformation of the museums present cultural heritage, Brussels. For more information and the detailed programme, see Grune-museum.de press contact Claudia Pomillo new German KONGRESS GmbH escort duty str. 14 D-60599 Frankfurt / Main Tel. 069 / 63006 – 900 fax 069 / 63006 – 969 through the German Congress is independent and informed in high-profile events on trend topics. It provides managers and professionals from business, industry, politics and research platforms for knowledge transfer and exchange of views..