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Launched on 19 October 2022, this landmark report brings together for the first time a sector by sector overview of the creative industries, and looks at the huge amount of activity taking place, and what more the sector needs to do to reach Net Zero.
Arts Council of Wales, in partnership with Natural Resources Wales, has commissioned The Centre for Alternative Technology to develop a new Strategy for Climate Justice and the Arts, to look at issues such as using the arts to connect people with the nature and climate emergencies and the support that is needed for artists and arts organisations to minimise the environmental impact of creating art.
The Climate Heritage Network (CHN), a global network of over 250 member organisations comprising organisations, charities, government bodies, universities, memory and cultural institutions, and cultural and creative industries from around the world, has launched its new Action Plan which aims to provide practical tools for its members to connect with local communities and diverse stakeholders in carrying out culture-led climate action.
In 2022, on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) and following the global impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, ASEF has launched a series of online roundtables entitled Recalibrating the Compass: What Future for Asia-Europe Cultural Relations?, to examine current challenges and identify ways to develop new, more relevant and resilient forms of support for Asia-Europe cultural collaboration.
This plan details what Arts Council England will do internally between 2022-24 to make meaningful, measurable reductions to their carbon footprint.
The report “Strengthening cultural heritage resilience for climate change - Where the European Green Deal meets cultural heritage” emphasises that climate change is directly and indirectly threatening all forms of cultural heritage. At the same time, cultural heritage offers green, sustainable solutions to the climate crisis.