#arts4cop26 meetup report

How does the Covid-19 pandemic, the lockdown and social distancing challenge artists' thinking about making work addressing the #COP26 UNFCCC Climate Change talks scheduled for Glasgow? More than 70 artists, scientists, curators and organisational leaders met up on Wednesday 29 April 2020 to discuss how the arts can address COP26. In planning before the Covid-19... Continue Reading →

#arts4cop26 meet up

Date: 29 April, 18.00-20.00 GMT Venue: Online - sign up below How can the arts and artists work with environmental and civil society campaigners to address the multiple dimensions of the climate crisis, particularly in light of the covid-19 pandemic and COP26 postponement? Stop Climate Chaos Scotland, the culture working group of the COP26 Civil... Continue Reading →

Reblog: Global Environment Policy as political theatre #COP26

Reposting from Artists & Climate Change, Kyoto Forever? UN Climate Conferences as Political Theatre is a valuable exploration of the ways in which theatre can open up and imagine global environment policy-making, particularly as enacted in UN Framework Convention on Climate Change Conventions of the Parties (UNFCCC COPs, particularly with COP26 coming to Glasgow in... Continue Reading →

Shelley Castle asks ‘IS THIS IT? Looking towards COP26’

Throughout our travels to Glasgow and beyond, Lucy Neal, myself and Anne-Marie Culhane witnessed rivers bursting their seams and reclaiming land, causing heartache for communities and farmers, expanding territory for beavers, and washing away crops.  Rising alongside the water is a mounting sense of urgency, and an accompanying feeling of confusion, about how (or even... Continue Reading →

Green Tease for COP26 Glasgow

ecoartscotland and Creative Carbon Scotland are collaborating to provide an opportunity to discuss the arrival of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change COP bandwagon in Glasgow in November 2020. The Green Tease will happen at Many Studios in Glasgow on Tues 10 December 6.30-8.30pm. See below for booking, schedule and address. 30,000 scientists, policy-makers... Continue Reading →

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