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Adam Markham Oct 16
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Marcy Rockman Oct 16
- you have family! We're still fairly small, but growing. See also . And in this article is mention of a formal effort now getting underway to link culture and heritage broadly to work of - archaeology is part of this.
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🌍 David Harkin Oct 16
The Impact Guide has just turned one 🎉 and its still making an impact - It's currently being translated into French 🇫🇷, Norwegian 🇳🇴, & Swedish 🇸🇪 (cool!!!!) Find out more about the impacts of climate change on the historic environment - free download ⬇️
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Meredith Wiggins Oct 16
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ClimateHeritage Oct 17
Threadful of resources ...
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Marcy Rockman Oct 14
Oh yes- my path to linking cultural heritage &climate policy () came from looking at learning of flint landscapes in Palaeolithic Britain &translating that into risk communication advice for US homeland security. Happy to share more if of interest.
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Marcy Rockman Oct 16
Archaeology connects us to centuries & millennia of human experience. But how well is archaeology connected to global climate science in reports of ? New baseline assessment & recommendations here. H/t to co-author Tim Kohler
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ClimateHeritage Oct 16
Join us Friday, Oct 23 for a sensational, free 60-minute webinar on how arts, culture & hertiage can support climate action by local communities & Indigenous Peoples. Part of our Mobilisation series. 🔗
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ClimateHeritage Oct 16
Today! Scaling up & our across the fields of art, culture & heritage. 15h BST/14h UTC/10am EDT Make your .
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Julie's Bicycle Oct 16
Join JB's Lucy Latham alongside Mayor and Mayor to find out how the arts, culture and heritage offices of cities and regional governments can support climate action and a green recovery. The event is part of
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Fiona Macalister Oct 14
This looks very useful + fun! inSIGHT a community centred game, bringing different sectors together to gain understanding and build resilience. A new resource from ‘for enhancing disaster risk governance’.
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Andrew S. Potts🏳️‍🌈 Oct 15
It’s always a good day when I get to collaborate w ! Join us tmrw for a lightening-quick 60 minute tour de table of work being done across the globe to boost arts culture & heritage tackling the climate emergency.
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Erminia Sciacchitano Oct 15
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Marcy Rockman Oct 17
Brilliant - yes, downloaded and looking forward very much to reading through. Have been aware that there is an Africa gap in the work I know of, so grateful in many ways to know about this work.
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ClimateHeritage Oct 15
The arts, culture and heritage sectors are mobilising for ... because the world needs culture to win the race to a healthy, resilient and fair, zero carbon recovery.
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ClimateHeritage 23h
Join on October 22 & discover four best practices from the Netherlands for effectively using heritage & culture in climate adaptation. A affiliated event.
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Marcy Rockman 3h
Replying to @Garama3CLtd
I've found myself saying recently- cultural heritage can't solve all of climate change, because there's no single area of knowledge that can. But I don't think we can fully address climate change without it. So- much yes to this.
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Meredith Wiggins Oct 13
This looks great! Can't wait to play.
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Andrew S. Potts🏳️‍🌈 Oct 13
It was a great pleasure today to join & & dear colleagues & at . ➡️ My message: Culture Heritage needs the to succeed & the EU Green Deal needs cultural heritage to succeed.
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Meredith Wiggins Oct 13
Cocktail hour tonight will include a healthy dash of for good measure. Excited about hearing more about . This is what has been missing from the fantastic work already undertaken to understand, mitigate and adapt to
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