How should the artworld be responding to the issues of sustainability and the environment? Dialogue editor Lucy Gibson looks at why the arts should be leading the way on climate action, rather than looking to corporations and science for moral leadership.Â But inÂ aÂ sector made up of many individuals and small organisations, alongsideÂ enormous institutions,Â why and how can change really be affected?
Eco-bling: why the arts sector needs to lead on climate action is an interesting article from Lucy Gibson. Take a look at the source when you have a moment.
It should make the art world blush to hear a leading arts and environment activist stating that Walmart, followed by Coca-Cola, Unilever and Tescos, have done more than most in dealing with the impact of climate change. But that is exactly the message from Alison Tickell, Director of Julieâ€™s Bicycle at the Arts Council Englandâ€™s â€˜A Low Carbon Future for the Arts?â€™ consultation meeting in February. â€˜Why do we expect moral leadership to come from corporations and science?â€™ asks Tickell, â€˜Surely the meaningful nature of the arts in society puts it in a position to take a lead on climate action?
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