Elizabeth Valenzuela works at Colombian NGO Fondo Acción, and was part of the second cohort of Creative Climate Leaders in October 2017. —— To preserve nature and life in all its forms, including ours, leads us to think of concrete actions to give each element the best possible use. It puts us, in many cases, … Read more Guest Blog: Art and nature: An approach to imitate, create and preserve
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
This week, Julie’s Bicycle joined On The Move to host a policy lab for cultural leaders and city influencers on how they can engage arts and culture with action on climate and the environment. The policy lab – titled ‘Cities, Culture and Climate Change Practises, Models and Future Actions’ – included a variety of inspirational … Read more CCL Policy Lab in Leeuwarden
Julie’s Bicycle and PiNA are pleased to announce the participants for our second Creative Climate Leadership course. We have selected 23 leaders from 89 outstanding applications. Creative Climate Leadership (CCL) is a pan-European programme for artists and cultural professionals exploring the cultural dimensions of climate change. The second CCL international training course will take place … Read more CCL Slovenia: Meet The Participants
Applications are now open for the second Creative Climate Leadership (CCL) Training Course, our leadership development programme for cultural professionals and artists to explore the role of culture and creativity in responding to climate change and environmental challenges. The course will: – Bring together a range of expert guest speakers to share case studies, research … Read more Apply Now: Creative Climate Leadership Slovenia
Do you have a colleague or artist you are working with who will benefit from the Creative Climate Leadership training course? The creative and cultural community have a unique and critical role in responding to climate change. At a time of complexity, uncertainty, and rapid change, it is imperative that cultural organisations decide on their … Read more How Can CCL Benefit Your Organisation?
Julie’s Bicycle CEO Alison Tickell launched the Creative Climate Leadership programme at IETM Valencia, 4th November 2016. Read her speech on how we need to shift our cultural values to tackle climate change.Read more