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How do you negotiate a good climate deal?

  • Year of release: 2024
  • Name of podcast: BBC Climate Question
  • Language: English
  • Post category:Podcasts

The first part of this episode features a conversation with the writers of a new theater play created to depict the landmark global climate change agreement, the Kyoto protocol. They discuss why and how they decided to dramatize the seemingly slow and tedious action of a global climate change conference. They also explain their goal to highlight Kyoto as a ‘parable of agreement’ in a world full of disagreement.

Climate Policy Wonk Turned Indie Pop Star: AJR’s Adam Met

  • Year of release: 2024
  • Name of podcast: Climate One
  • Language: English
  • Post category:Podcasts

This episode features an interview with climate policy expert and musician, Adam Met, who speaks about the parallels between a campaign to release a pop album and a climate advocacy one. Both involve engaging fans in something and bringing people together with a common mission. Adam shares examples of the strategies that he's learned from music and from climate and they make their way across both.

Amplify: How to build a fan-based climate movement

  • Publication year: 2024
  • Publishing organization: Planet Reimagined
  • Language: English
  • Post category:Guides & Reports

"Every year in the United States, over 250 million people attend concerts, providing a rare opportunity to bring communities together and remind them of their collective ability to produce change. By turning backstage concern into mainstage advocacy, music artists can serve as much-needed climate messengers who amplify the climate movement by mobilizing fans to take action. This research provides novel insights into what fans think and what they are prepared to do for the planet. "

As climate change threatens cultural treasures, museums get creative to conserve both energy and artifacts

  • Publication year: 2024
  • Media: Grist
  • Language: English
  • Post category:Articles

Because of the treasured objects they house, museums often have outsize carbon footprints — and they are also uniquely vulnerable to climate impacts. This article explores how museums are adapting to climate change challenges to conserve both their valuable artifacts and reduce energy consumption. It highlights innovative approaches adopted by museums worldwide, such as utilizing sustainable materials, implementing energy-efficient technologies, and incorporating climate resilience measures into their preservation efforts.

Climate Comedy Cohort

The Climate Comedy Cohort is an unprecedented network of comedians who are coming together to learn, collaborate, and create hilarious new comedy informed by the hottest climate science. The Climate Comedy Cohort functions as a 9-month fellowship.

Creatives for Climate

A global movement of storytellers and solutionists divesting their talent from destruction, and using their narrative power to build a just and regenerative world. It's the first and largest online global platform for creative professionals to share knowledge, tools, and new ideas to drive climate action.

The Climate Art Collection

A non-profit initiative based in Berlin that collects, communicates and exhibits artworks on the topic of climate change on a global scale with the goal of making o make climate change and its impacts perceptible and tangible.

Sink/Rise: The Day May Break

The Day May Break, is an ongoing global series by photographer Nick Brandt portraying people and animals impacted by environmental degradation and destruction. SINK/RISE is the third chapter focusing on South Pacific Islanders impacted by rising oceans from climate change.The local people in these photos, photographed underwater off the coast of Vanua Levu are representatives of the many people whose homes, land and livelihoods will be lost in the coming decades as the water rises.