Session 4: 9th July
As part of the Arts Council England environmental support programme, we’re running a series of introductory webinars on creative climate action.
Cultural and creative activities are uniquely placed to bring people together, providing a platform to inspire, share knowledge and build a sense of community. Messaging and signage can inform audiences and staff about on-site environmental actions as well as influence them in adopting pro-environmental behaviours. In this webinar by Julie’s Bicycle, weâ€™ll look at different ways of communicating your environmental projects and initiatives: from explaining why youâ€™re â€˜going greenâ€™Â â€“ and how your communities can play a part â€“ to transparently and creatively speaking about your environmental impacts and celebrating your achievements. We will also include practical tips on using sustainable materials and tactics to share your messages. The webinar will feature case studies from the cultural sector and allow plenty of time for discussion and Q&A.
- the state of the climate and climate policy (where we are now and where we have to get to),Â
- where Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions come from (how we got here)
- the role of the arts (where we can be most powerful)
- understanding data and taking action (what YOU can do now, and how we move from individual action to big picture change).
- case studies from the arts sectorÂ
This webinar is designed for those just starting out, or who want a refresher in the basics of climate science and action.
Time: Jul 9, 2020 10:00 AM inÂ London