The Climate Heritage Network is a global network whose members, including JB, are committed to mobilising arts, culture and heritage to address climate change and support communities in achieving the ambitions of the Paris Agreement.
Timespan, a gallery in Helmsdale, Scotland uses digital technology to track the history of the village and landscape surrounding the gallery, connecting those histories to Scotland's role in the transatlantic slave trade and environmental destruction in the Highlands.
Helping to profile, support and produce art work of all types by and about refugees and migrants, advocating for social change. Dijana Rakovic is a project manager on the team and an alumni of Creative Climate Leadership.
A multimedia platform capturing the inspiring ways and creative approaches in which we can See Hear Act and Do, to cultivate a culture led system change towards social justice. Their third print issue was dedicated to climate justice.
The Principles of Environmental Justice were developed by delegates to the First National People of Color Environmental Leadership Summit held in Washington DC, in 1991. They are a defining set of guidelines for the environmental justice movement.
Poets Kathy Kathy Jetñil-Kijiner and Aka Niviâna collaborated on poem Rise: From One Island to Another, highlighting the disastrous effects of climate change on their homes in Greenland and the Marshall Islands.
An online directory of films made in participation with Indigenous communities around the world. The films span themes of activism, different knowledge systems, how the communities live in harmony with the planet, and how climate and environmental changes affect their lives.
Ken Saro-Wiwa was a writer, television presenter and environmental activist. He was killed, along with 8 others for protesting Royal Dutch Shell's oil extraction in his native Ogoniland. The activists are collectively known as the Ogoni 9.
Creative Climate Leadership participant Phillip Kusasa, founder of the N'dau Festival of the Arts celebrates his Indigenous culture through dance and performance, documenting environmental knowledge held in N'dau stories. This was developed into workshops and policy recommendations.
Ketemu Projects is an artist collective based in Indonesia and Singapore, led by Creative Climate Leadership alumn Budi Agung Kuswara. Their 'Kekasih Hati Sang Bumi' project connected young people with traditional local knowledges and expressions of gratitude with nature.
A music, film, live project recorded in nature by over a hundred musicians across 16 island nations of the Pacific and Indian Oceans, a region in the frontline of cultural and environmental challenges.
LION is a Black-led, grassroots collective committed to reparative justice in Britain by securing land for BPOC (Black people and People of Colour). They use events, video, photography and podcasts to build an ecosystem of BPOC stewards committed to the land.
A library curated by The Colour Green podcast guest Ama Josephine Budge. Part of Season For Change, selected guests are invited to read a section of their "apocalypse survival guide" from their favourite reading rooms, and then share a provocation for the audience. Listen to her episode on The Colour Green podcast.
A global movement of peasants, small and medium size farmers, landless people, rural women and youth, Indigenous people, migrants and agricultural workers working to defend food sovereignty, social justice and nature.
In this The Colour Green episode we meet multidisciplinary performer, poet and writer Zena Edwards, who has been involved in performance for over 20 years – as a writer/poet performer, educator and creative project developer.
Through the eyes of women impacted by extraction projects in South Africa, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo, Women Hold Up the Sky explores stories of resistance and communities in active struggle to regain control of their land, their rights and their bodies.
Why don't we talk about it? Fehinti Balogun asks this urgent question and offers an invitation in Can I Live?, a vital new digital performance about the climate catastrophe, sharing his personal journey into the biggest challenge of our times.
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