Creative Climate Leadership training courses take place worldwide. They are facilitated by Julie’s Bicycle in partnership with cultural and environmental experts with on-the-ground experience in each location. Keep an eye for more CCL programmes, coming soon.
“Participating in the Creative Climate Leadership programme transformed me from a passive, mostly pessimistic spectator into an empowered participant. It connected me to a network of passionate actors from all parts of the globe and of various backgrounds. I keep on seeing the added value of hearing everyone’s voice and unleashing our potential in solving probably the most pressing challenge of our time.”

Previous CCL Training Programmes

Creative Climate Leadership Canada took place at the Barrier Lake Field Station in Kananaskis, Alberta area adjacent to Banff National Park on the traditional territory of the Stoney Nakoda in the foothill of the Rockies. It ran from August 1st to 5th 2022, and was open to artists, curators, creative and cultural professionals and policy-makers that work and live across Canada.

CCL was piloted in 2017 through a Creative Europe funded programme, with training taking place in the UK and Slovenia, co-facilitated with PiNA, a sustainable development NGO working in Slovenia and across the EU. CCL USA was presented in the US in 2020 thanks to a collaboration of EcoArts Connections, the University of Arizona-Tucson, and the Colorado European Union Center of Excellence (CEUCE) based at the University of Colorado-Boulder.

The CCL Sweden Online was held in 2021 in collaboration with visual artist and sustainability scientist Diego Galafassi and the Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies (LUCSUS), supported by the Swedish Postcode Foundation.

Previous programme participants include artists and freelancers working in music, visual arts, theatre, film, museums, design, fashion, festivals, and more and people working at organisations including Live Nation, Arts Council England, Forestry Commission England, Manchester Museum, La Monnaie, Association of Performing Arts Professionals USA, Royal Court Theatre London, Fondo Accion Colombia, Catalan Institute for Cultural Companies (ICEC), Counterpoints Arts, Green Events Netherlands, Somerset House Trust and many more.


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