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A community of artists, curators & researchers exploring creative responses to or : creative conversations for the
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ClimateCultures 2h
Replying to @6040split
Though some think Prof Pat Pending will prevail & save the day ...
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ClimateCultures 2h
Replying to @liamdutton @6040split
Fair points, but a limited (& limiting) view of what's possible & engaging with short discussions of meteorology, climate knowledge & (as you say) stories of impact & attribution in links between climate & weather, global & local.
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ClimateCultures 2h
This was a very interesting 'Life Scientific' with & bringing physical & social sciences into the carbon cycle mix. Well worth catching
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ClimateCultures 5h
TV weather forecasts should include regular climate change segment says former BBC presenter Bill Giles
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ClimateCultures Mar 18
Strangely beautiful, disturbing & ridiculous all at the same time: like seeing the (early the onset) Anthropocene played out as an episode of Wacky Races - with Dick Dastardly, Penelope Pitstop et al acted by London, New York etc.
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ClimateCultures Mar 18
Great to welcome 's Mary Woodbury back for ClimateCultures' Gifts of Sound & Vision series: her moving piece finds deep resonance in music of rooted in her native Kentucky & offering songs of resilience in times of eco-social change.
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Gareth Goldthorpe Mar 17
Arctic: New Frontier via
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Extinction Symbol Mar 17
The Rapid Decline Of The Natural World Is A Crisis Even Bigger Than Climate Change:
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Art For Our Planet Mar 17
🌊 Using light to show future sea level rise in the outer Hebrides. Art shows the impact of climate change. Life as we know it will be very different in the future.
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ecoartscotland Mar 17
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ClimateCultures Mar 17
"The idea is open to interpretation: it can come from a personal place, be dramatic in form, be a call to action. The invitation is open to all - to think beyond the human narrative and to bear witness to the scale and horror of this crisis."
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Owain Jones Mar 16
This made me think - there are huge reservoirs of hope, beauty, joy, innovation, creativity, alliances, new organisations, ecologies all round the world. We need the cultural, political & moral will to bring them to the fore & push back all the systems which are so destructive
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Stephen Woroniecki Mar 15
is not meant for adults to be inspired. To feel fresh hope. To do anything to ease your pain or guilt. People are marching for their lives. This is a demographic that will feel first hand the long shadow cast by decades of inaction.
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Kate Rigby Mar 15
So good to be reminded by Solnit that dramatic change can happen, sometimes fast and unexpectedly, and that concerted mass nonviolent resistance can be key
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ClimateMuseumUK Mar 13
Here's how you can support the young people in the UK school-striking for climate
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Morgana Morgaine Mar 12
Ben Fogle: I wish our leaders had even half the tenacity of climate campaigner Greta Thunberg
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The List Mar 13
. fills us in on this year's (, Fri 29 Mar–Sun 31 Mar)
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Staging Change Mar 13
Performing somewhere soon? Or fancy contacting your favourite theatre? Here are 5 questions you should ask your venue. It could be the nudge they need to make change! For more info on practice at venues, check out
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Woodland Trust Mar 13
A single 400-year-old ancient produces 234,000 litres of oxygen a year, and may support more than 2,000 species of bird, insect, fungus, and lichen
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Julie's Bicycle Mar 11
As we launch , writes about the thinking behind the podcast and the value cultural heritage brings to the fight against climate change.
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