‘After Coal’ Screening and discussion

Documentary exploring climate justice to screen at CCA: Centre for Contemporary Arts in Glasgow on 3 September 2017 What happens when fossil fuels run out? How do communities and cultures survive? After Coal profiles inspiring individuals who are building a new future in the coalfields of eastern Kentucky and south Wales. The hour long documentary... Continue Reading →

Corporations, Climate and the UN

A significant report from the Polaris Institute on corporate influence, documenting the ways that lobbyists infiltrate UN climate change negotiations. Parallel with PLATFORM's work on challenging the 'social license to operate' culture, including the recent publication Not If But When, Culture Beyond Oil.

BLDGBLOG: Tar Creek Supergrid

BLDGBLOG's most recent post relates to a PhD focusing on re-purposing abandoned mines as renewable energy infrastructure.

Sculpture upsets coal industry

Chris Drury, who will be speaking in Ayr in the Autumn, has successfully stirred up a storm in Wyoming, as reported in the Guardian.  He was commissioned by the University to create a work for the campus as part of its evolving public art exhibition organised by the University of Wyoming Art Museum. The work... Continue Reading →

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