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A community of artists, curators & researchers exploring creative responses to or : creative conversations for the
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Climate Central 14h
Here's what climate change means for Western wildfire season
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Been catching up on this excellent series of 5 shorts from scientists: Climate Change and Me - last one today
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ClimateCultures May 24
Seeking inspiration from William Blake, Poet Salli Hipkiss has some Modest Things to propose in response to climate change - see
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Jamal May 24
Today ‘s their doors for a once in lifetime polar bear encounter. Be one of few to pet and play with the Arctic’s apex predator
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JMasson May 22
triptych for residency with Thorian Framing
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O N C A May 22
The Privileged by runs Thursday 24th - Sun 27th from 6.30pm, part of . Jamal won our 2017 Green Curtain award for brave new work. Tickets and more info:
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John Oberg May 22
For anyone who thinks that egg-laying hens are treated well, please watch this clip. It’s the aftermath of being confined to a tiny cage for 18 months in darkness and filth. RT if you agree that *no* animal deserves this cruelty.
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Emily Shuckburgh May 21
A video of when I joined the amazing singers from the Cantabrigians for a musical & climate science extravaganza as part of ClimateKeys.
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Ed Hawkins May 22
Annual temperatures in central England since 1772
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Nicholas Brealey Travel May 22
Author Nick Hunt will be at TWICE this week - Thursday and Friday. He's a master storyteller - definitely worth catching live
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ClimateCultures May 23
Excellent new post from ClimateCultures Member, artist from his recent residency in the New Forest, Hampshire. Using paint & digital to explore human/nature, virtual/real, technology/experience -
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Larissa Naylor May 22
Are you interested in applying GIS & coastal skills to a real-world problem? Then apply for a research assistant post to join us on the project:
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Combining conservation with a camera :~)
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art.earth May 22
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION now open, deadline JULY 7. Adorning our new biosphere: how to love the postcarbon world. Find out more at Another international creative summit from , taking place in UK from November 7-9 2018
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ClimateCultures May 22
This is a great project, bringing fresh creativity and engagement to climate change consciousness.
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ClimateCultures May 22
New to our Views from Elsewhere page - pieces on 'Crowdsourcing the songs of sand'; 'For a terrestrial politics'; 'A history of the Anthropocene in objects' More fresh reading from around the web as it gets read!
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Adeline Johns-Putra May 21
This is the ethical challenge of the Anthropocene: to acknowledge both our insignificance and the impact of our actions.
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McKay Smith May 19
1) As a young man, Jakob W. was a guard at Auschwitz. Charges against him were dropped in 2014, but not before he was interviewed by SPIEGEL. In an ensuing article, he vividly described what it was like to be a cog in the Nazis' horrific killing machine.
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ClimateCultures May 21
"Some would say, 'Methane doesn’t last as long in the atmosphere as carbon,' which is true. But sadly, while it’s around, it traps heat far more efficiently, molecule for molecule — and right now happens to be the short window where we’re breaking the climate."
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