Sustainable Museum Missions: Environmental Awareness at Cultural Institutions In collaboration with the Sea Level Solution Center, the CLEO Institute, Vizcaya Museum & Gardens, and other existing partner organizations, we will convene a series of meetings for representatives from South Florida museums and cultural organizations to discuss how they might integrate environmental stewardship into their existing missions. This initiative builds on Vizcaya’s successful efforts to draft an institutional climate change statement, which is the basis for their ongoing commitment to address climate change at every level of their organization. We will ask participants to engage two key topics: 1) How is your institution already seeing the effects of climate change and sea level rise? How well do your existing conservation and preservation plans and strategies accommodate those effects? 2) How can your institution integrate environmental stewardship into your existing missions related to public programming, exhibition, education, conservation, and curation? With research support from staff at the Sea Level Solutions Center, environmental humanities faculty will compile the results of those conversations as a report, which will include a case study and recommendations about best practices for cultural institutions and museums to address climate change and sea level rise. We will use a collaborative review process to get input and feedback from participants and partners, and have the resulting report designed and printed as a booklet to distribute across the region.