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Museums are in a race to save America’s treasures from climate change

Category: Environmental Sustainability
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With the ongoing threat of water damage and climate-related threats, museums must find new ways to save collections from damage.

The nation's museums are facing increased flooding and more frequent wildfires, and all that history inside is at risk. The value at stake is incalculable. Now the rush is on to make the structures more resilient, but funding that will be a feat.

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