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Creative Climate Chats: Araceli Camargo

May 20, 2021 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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Julie’s Bicycle’s Creative Climate Chats are live conversations with leading thinkers in culture and climate on just transition, new economics for a regenerative economy, the net zero carbon challenge, and climate justice. Sign up below to participate, ask questions and be part of the conversation.



EPISODE 11 – Creative Climate Chats with Araceli Camargo


We’re excited to be joined by Araceli Camargo for our next Creative Climate Chat. Araceli is the Director at The Centric Lab, a neuroscience research lab creating strategies to improve public health. They research how the environment impacts on our health, and help to shape policy connecting healthcare to urban design, physical, social and economic infrastructure, and climate change. Join us on Thursday 20th May at 4pm, where we’ll be exploring Araceli’s research, how public health policy can drive climate action, and how the arts and cultural sector can support public and planetary wellbeing.



Araceli will be in conversation with Julie’s Bicycle on Thursday 20th May, 4-5pm GMT.

This is a free event with limited capacity which will also be livestreamed.

About Araceli:

Araceli is lead scientist at Centric Lab and a cognitive neuroscientist focused on how our environments affect our health. Araceli Camargo is of Indigenous American descent and considers her work as fighting for health and environmental justice.

This Creative Climate Chat is part of the Season for Ex-Change, an 8-week programme of free online events for artists, arts organisations, cultural practitioners, producers, curators and anyone who wants to learn about, share knowledge or get ideas and inspiration on embedding climate action and climate justice in their artistic and creative work.

Previous Episodes of Creative Climate Chats

Episode 1 – Lucy Davies, Royal Court Theatre

Episode 2 – Chaitanya Kumar, New Economics Foundation

Episode 3 – Paul Dickinson, Carbon Disclosure Project

Episode 4 – Raj Pal, Colonial Countryside

Episode 5 – Zamzam Ibrahim, Students Organising for Sustainability

Episode 6 – Charise Johnson, British Academy

Episode 7 – Ron Whyte, Deep Green Philly

Episode 8 – Bridget McKenzie, Jess Sim and Laura Napier, Creative Climate Leadership

Episode 9 – Nick Merriman, Horniman Museum and Gardens

Episode 10 – Eli Goldstein (DJs for Climate Action) and Love Ssega (Earth Percent)

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May 20, 2021
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm