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Scottish schoolchildren have called on world leaders meeting at COP26 to bring about real change to halt climate change and ensure they inherit a sustainable planet.
This study performed by the think tank Mandag Morgen and funded by the Nordic Council of Ministers examines the digital green transition in the Nordic-Baltic region. The study consists of three main parts. The first part maps the current policy initiatives relating to the digital green transition in the countries. The second part analyses positions of strength within the Nordic-Baltic region in relation to the EU and the world.
A new declaration by Pacific leaders on maritime zone preservation helps, but must also allow for cultural dialogue.
In collaboration with partners from around the globe, Museum Galleries Scotland (MGS) is pleased to launch the Culture at COP website with the Climate Heritage Network and Historic Environment Scotland (HES).
The Honourable Steven Guilbeault, Minister of Canadian Heritage, announced today the creation of two ministerial consulting committees to help support a green shift in the arts, culture, heritage and sport sectors. One committee will be dedicated to the arts, culture and heritage sectors while the other will be dedicated to the sport sector.
Caroline Dinenage, Minister of State for Digital and Culture, delivered this keynote speech to G20 culture ministers in Rome.