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Julie’s Bicycle at COP 28
This year we are proud to be co-curating the Resilience Hub’s Arts, Culture, Antiquities and Heritage events at COP 28.
Culture at the Heart of Climate Action
Join a global call to the UNFCCC to include cultural heritage, the arts and creative sectors in climate policy at COP
Reflections – How Can Cultural Organisations Adapt to Climate Change?
In this blog, Arts Council England Environmental Programme team members, Hannah Graham, Becky Hazlewood and Vicky Sword-Daniels explain ‘Adaptation’ for those less familiar with the term, and share some insights from the cultural organisations and participants that joined the session.
Taking Stock: The Music Sector and the Climate, Nature, Justice Crisis
Reflecting on a busy week for the music programme, our Climate Change Specialist for Music, Richard Phillips, provides his take on where the sector currently stands on its efforts to tackle the climate, nature and justice crisis.
ADE Green: Reflections on the Carbon Offsetting Panel
Our Climate Change Specialist, Richard Phillips, summarises the key learnings from his panel on the alternatives to carbon offsetting at ADE (Amsterdam Dance Event) Green.
International Touring and Environmental Responsibility
Supporting artists and cultural organisations from England, Denmark and Norway with sustainable touring - applications open!
Art Charter For Climate Action
A charter that aligns the global art sector with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the goals of the United Nations Paris Agreement.
Overheated with Billie Eilish
Overheated, a climate event hosted by Billie Eilish returned for its second year. Our Climate Justice Lead Farah Ahmed joined the panel on how to become more involved in climate activism without the constraints of perfection.
Peer Sharing: How might culture support adaptation to climate change?
Is your creative organisation adapting plans, programmes, projects or ways of working in response to future changes in climate?
Announcing the Capital Investment Ready cohort
Announcing the 12 cultural organisations taking part in the Capital Investment Ready strand of Transforming Energy, as part of the Arts Council England's Environmental Programme.
Working towards environmentally sustainable and accessible events: survey
Calling all disabled artists, creatives , musicians, festival volunteers and audiences - we want to hear from you.