Audio & Video


Episode of Green Heritage Futures with Miranda Massie.
Topic: The unique power of Museums in the fight against climate change.
Miranda is the founder and Director of the Climate Museum, the first museums in the U.S dedicated to the climate crisis.

Episode of the Green Heritage Futures with David Harkin
Topic: How climate change is impacting heritage sites.

Creative Green panel discussion: Appetites for change in museums and galleries.
Topic: Exploring community participation, collaborating with artists and stakeholders through strategic design and sustainable processes. Speakers Zoe Louizos and Alison Criddle also share practical examples from recent programming.

In The Colour Green podcasts, Baroness Lola Young is in conversation with artists and activists of colour who are at the forefront of social innovation – connecting climate justice, race, power and inequality. Guests include speculative fiction writer and pleasure activist, Ama Josephine Budge; artist and former director of the Black Environment Network, Judy Ling Wong; musician and founder of the Rural-Urban Synthesis Society, Kareem Dayes; and poet and creative facilitator Zena Edwards.

Conversations with leading thinkers in culture and climate. Discussions covering the just transition, new economics for a regenerative economy, the net zero carbon challenge, and climate justice.

Creative Climate Justice Films
Culture has always mobilised change, yet has been largely absent from climate strategy. This film series explores arts and culture as a movement, as an ecosystem of different parts – the artists, activists, organisations, policies and more, at the heart of climate action. Featuring 14 global voices from nine countries, this series of Creative Climate justice films focuses on those working across arts and culture and bears witness to climate justice issues as the lens to engage the arts. The four themes we have gathered around for these films are:
a. Impacts of the Climate Crisis.
b. What is Creative Climate Action

Culture: The Missing Link.
Held in the Green Zone at COP26 in Glasgow. The panel explores the vital role that arts and culture must play in climate transformation. The panel includes artists, activists and environmental experts: author, Elif Shafak; artist and designer Es Devlin; Friday’s For Future India co-founder, Disha A. Ravi; polar conservationist and PhD student Prem Gill; and Nova Ruth, and founder of Arka Kinari. With Love Ssega (musician and EarthPercent ambassador) as MC, performances from poets Selina Nwulu; and Zena Edwards; and musician Nova Ruth; and scientist, IPCC author and creator of the ubiquitous climate stripes, Ed Hawkins.

Climate Justice in Creative Practice.
Webinar held by Julie´s Bicycle experts Charise Johnson, Vicky Sword-Daniels, and Farah Ahmed, as well as special guest Alexandra Alberda, Curator of Indigenous Perspectives at Manchester Museum. The webinar is part of the Arts Council England Environmental Sustainability Programme and the Creative Green programme from Julie´s Bicycle.

Wie kann die Musikindustrie ihre Zukunftsfähigkeit sichern? Und wie könnte dies konkret aussehen? Mit dieser Frage beschäftigen wir uns bei der Klimawerkstatt Musik aus verschiedensten Perspektiven. Wir werden von Expert*innen und Akteur*innen der Musikindustrie in Impulsvorträgen sowohl aktuelle Herausforderungen als auch individuelle Lösungsansätze und Ideen hören. Dafür haben wir Stimmen aus Orchestern, Verbänden, Festivals, Musikunternehmen und Aktivistin*innen eingeladen.

In the framework of the COP26 summit speakers and musicians from Glasgow and New Orleans created a one-hour spoken, visual and musical performance framing the ways climate change and devastating weather events like hurricanes affect diverse people, including ALSO Musicians, Artists and Performers in both cultural cities.
a. Link to COP26 youtube channel / web page

Auf dem Weg zum Wandel: Kann die Kulturproduktion die Umwelt weniger belasten? Diskussionsrunde.
a. Launching the open-source Futuring Toolkit Chaired by BIO27 mentor, designer and sustainability consultant Sophie Thomas.

Making theatre Green.
Featuring panels on artistic opportunity and provocation, production practice and data, and reflections on using the Theatre Green Book and other global initiatives. It is a space to make connections, share ideas and think outside the box.

a. Dorfman sessions
b. Olivier session (Rufus Norris Opening)