Records Management Journal: Volume 31 Issue 3


Table of contents - Special Issue: Records management in the Anthropocene: pathways and challenges presented by climate change

Guest Editors: Sarah R. Demb, Eira Tansey

Climate change and web archives: an Ibero-American study based on the Portuguese and Brazilian contexts

Moisés Rockembach, Anabela Serrano

The purpose of this investigation is to analyze information on the web and its preservation as the digital heritage of events related to climate change and the environment…

Sometimes, green is the outcome: climate action in records management and archives in Canada

Lois M. Evans

The paper aims to respond to three questions: Are Canadian organizations committed to sustainability? Are there any links between sustainability and records management and…


The impact of climate change on the Mpumalanga Provincial Archives and records management activities

Nkholedzeni Sidney Netshakhuma

The purpose of this paper is to investigate the impact of climate change on South Africa’s Mpumalanga Provincial Archives (MPA) and related records management activities.


The impact of climate change on Canadian archives

Amanda Oliver

This study aims to identify Canadian archives that are at risk for climate change threats, to present a snapshot of current practices around disaster planning…

Infonomics and the environment

Salvador Barragan

The purpose of this paper is to examine the possible implications of applying the infonomics methodology and measurement model within records and information management…

Come hell or high water: climate action by archives, records and cultural heritage professionals in the United Kingdom

Georgina Robinson

This paper aims to evidence the perspectives of information professionals in the UK in relation to environmental sustainability and climate action to catalyse collaborative action.

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  • Dr Elizabeth Lomas
  • Sarah R Demb, MLIS