I would like to draw the attention to the next Healthy Buildings
conference "Healthy Buildings 2003", Singapore 13-17 July.
The conference has the Aims & Scope:
To increase the awareness of healthy indoor environment and
energy-efficient building globally, including a special theme for
To create a multi-disciplinary forum on the development and
advances made in the field of indoor air quality and climate to
achieve healthy, comfortable and productive environments.
To allow interactions among scientists, policy makers, medical,
legal and building professionals on the application of
state-of-the-art research to practical problems encountered in the
design, construction, operation and retrofitting of buildings.
The scope of the Conference covers all building
Even though the main scope of this conference is not pointed toward
cultural heritage, there are usually a handful of papers during the
conference on this topic.
And, as for the last HB conference (Helsinki 2000) and Indoor Air
(Monterey 2002), there will be a workshop session on "Indoor air
quality and climate in cultural and heritage collections", hosted by
International Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate (ISIAQ).
The programme is not ready in details just yet, including the time and
date of the workshops, but those who are interested in this
should keep an eye on the conference website: http://www.hb2003.org
web card home. http://www.ryhl.dk
web card work: http://www.natmus.dk/sw1592.asp