This month, recent headlines focus on arts, culture and climate change as the international community continues to confront the climate emergency.
A new short film starring Scottish-Nigerian supermodel, actress and activist Eunice Olumide MBE, has been made to argue that culture is the ‘secret ally’’ of climate policy makers.
Forum on art in the climate crisis era. Part 1: Building a relationship between climate crisis and art Part 2: Imagine the era of climate crisis, art policy
From Malaysia to Germany, Namibia to Argentina, and Peru to Bulgaria there is an emerging consensus among government ministries and national arts bodies: that culture policy must be linked to environment policy. The arts, culture and creative industries have widely embraced environmental issues at a micro level.
To accompany the Forum’s Global Conversation taking place on November 4, and coinciding with COP 26, this new report published by the World Cities Culture Forum looks at how major cities around the world are responding to climate change through cultural policies and programmes.
On November 2, 2021, in Glasgow, UK, within the framework of the 26th Conference on Climate Change (COP26), Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Hoang Dao Cuong had a working session. with British Council leaders including Ms. Alison Barett, Regional Director of Cultural Cooperation, Mr. Charlie Walker, Director of Global Networks and Mr. Christopher Wade, Director of Strategy.