CCL Scandinavia talk series

CCL Scandinavia talk series

Leading up to the high-level meeting Stockholm+50 , hosted by Sweden and Kenya between 2-3 June, 2022, this Talk Series explores the way in which the cultural and creative sector is raising up to the challenges of sustainability transformations. The Talk Series is hosted by Creative Climate Leadership, and Julie’s Bicycle’s Creative Climate Chats. Special … Read more CCL Scandinavia talk series

Scandinavia 2022 : Creative Climate Leadership Participants Announced

Scandinavia 2022 : Creative Climate Leadership Participants Announced

It’s been an incredibly difficult process to shortlist from a wealth of strong applicants but we are delighted to welcome and announce this year’s cohort of creative climate activists joining the Creative Climate Leadership community. We are pleased to share the full applicants list of who will be joining us in Scandinavia for the 6th year … Read more Scandinavia 2022 : Creative Climate Leadership Participants Announced

Applications open for Creative Climate Leadership Scandinavia (online)

Applications open for Creative Climate Leadership Scandinavia (online)

Applications are now open for the online Creative Climate Leadership (CCL) training and transformation program for artists and cultural/creative professionals living and working in Scandinavia.   Application deadline: midnight CET, Sunday 6th February 2022   Creative Climate Leadership (CCL) empowers artists and cultural professionals to take action on the climate and ecological crisis with impact, creativity, … Read more Applications open for Creative Climate Leadership Scandinavia (online)

CCL Alumni in Focus: Karishma Rafferty and Earth Day at Somerset House

CCL Alumni in Focus: Karishma Rafferty and Earth Day at Somerset House

April 22 in 1970 marked the first Earth Day, which saw millions of people (mainly in America) pouring into the streets to bring environmental crises into the national dialogue. Over the past 50 years, Earth Day has grown into an international movement, engaging millions of individuals, organisations and spaces across the globe – including  historical … Read more CCL Alumni in Focus: Karishma Rafferty and Earth Day at Somerset House

CCL in Action: Phillip Kusasa, N’dau Festival of The Arts

CCL in Action: Phillip Kusasa, N’dau Festival of The Arts

Phillip Kusasa has been actively work to preserve his N’dau cultural heritage, which is indigenous to Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Malawi, for many years. In 2013 he set up the Paiyapo Arts Development and Heritage Centre in Bangira, Chipinge. Through his interest in protecting N’dau cultural heritage, Phillip has long had an interest in environmental protection. … Read more CCL in Action: Phillip Kusasa, N’dau Festival of The Arts

Guest Blog: The Principles of Peach

Guest Blog: The Principles of Peach

Toby Peach is a theatre maker, and was part of the second cohort of Creative Climate Leaders in October 2017. —— Hello, I became a CCL in 2017 and environmental sustainability has been part of my creative practice since. Becoming a Creative Climate Leader empowered me to be part of the climate conversation – a … Read more Guest Blog: The Principles of Peach

Guest Blog: Santa for Climate

Guest Blog: Santa for Climate

A guest blog from Anna-Kaisa Koski, from the very first cohort of Creative Climate Leaders. Anna-Kaisa is a freelance curator and climate activist based in Helsinki, Finland. —— Two learnings I took home from my CCL attendance in Wales concerning climate communication were, one, that polar bears are too easy to ignore and, two, we … Read more Guest Blog: Santa for Climate

CCL Slovenia: Participant Biographies

CCL Slovenia: Participant Biographies

Our Creative Climate Leadership participants and training team are enjoying the inspiring Slovenian coast, in a mix of reflective space and action planning. Take a look at their credentials here and watch this space over the coming weeks for accounts of their experiences on the course. Follow their work and progress online via #ccleaders.