- Posted on April 28th, 2021
Culture and Climate takes its place at the 2021 G20 meeting
Cultural heritage was recognised for the first time at this year’s G20 summit, the forum for international economic cooperation among the world’s largest economies. Hosted in Italy, this year’s forum focuses on the pillars People, Planet and Prosperity, and introduced two groundbreaking webinars in April around cultural heritage and climate. Through these sessions, the Climate Heritage Network and the Italian Ministry of Culture curated submissions for a declaration from G20 culture ministers to summit leaders.
For more on our collaboration with the Climate Heritage Network, you can find a summary with keynote and interviews here.
Human Capital – The Driver of Culture-led Regeneration
On April 13, various discussions looked at the role cultural heritage can play in building climate change capacity. In a session led by the Co-Chairs of the highly effective cultural advocates, Climate Heritage Network, with Ewan Hyslop, Historic Environment Scotland and Julianne Polanco, California Office of Historic Preservation, speakers addressed the specific intersection of climate change, sustainable development, culture and capacity building – including Julie’s Bicycle Founder and CEO, Alison Tickell. Watch Alison’s contribution below (from 2:04:30).
New Sustainable Screen Fund Partnership with BFI
Over the next three years, Julie's Bicycle will work with the BFI on a new programme to build environmental understanding and action across BFI National Lottery Awardees and the wider screen sector.
Applications Open: CCL Australia 2023
Application Deadline: 6 June | Course Dates: 11 - 16 September 2023 | Where: Bundanon, New South Wales. | Who: artists + cultural practitioners living and working in Australia | Delivered by: Julie's Bicycle in partnership with Australia Council for the Arts and British Council