We’ve curated a selection of arts and culture articles with a shared COP26 / climate action theme
Across Arts and Culture
A â€˜justâ€™ climate change adaptation needs arts and culture â€“ Yale Climate Connection
The art of living after COP26 â€“ The Herald
â€˜Do artists hold the key for achieving COP26 goals? â€“ Arts Professional
Art edition 5 â€“ Times of Corona
How culture is feeling the climate change heat â€“ The Art Newspaper
United Nations shows off NFT art highlighting climate crisis â€“ Venture Beat
COP26: British designers showcase sustainable practices in fashion show â€“ The Independent
â€œScience discovers, art digestsâ€™: Brian Eno to Host Cop26 Discussion on Artists â€“ Journal of Music
Inspiring a greener creative industry: music and the arts at COP26 â€“ Classic FM
Climate crisis | How theatremakers are responding to COP26 â€“ The Stage
The Artists leading action on climate change during COP26 â€“ Ocula
Artworks at Cop26 in Glasgow and beyond shed light on the worldâ€™s climate crisis â€“ The National
Artists inspired by Scotlandâ€™s messages to COP26 â€“ Stop Climate Chaos Scotland
New art shows environmental threats to the planet from space â€“ The Sunday Post
10 of the best COP26 artworks that have popped up in Glasgow (and beyond) â€“ Time Out
Olafur Eliasson projects artwork on COP26 venue as built environment day kicks off â€“ Dezeen
The Long return â€“ Scottish Contemporary Art Network
A Cop26-inspired reading list on climate change â€“ The National
Artists must confront the climate crisis â€“ we must write as if these are the last days â€“ The Guardian
(Top image: View of the city looking down the Clyde. Photo by Adam Marikar on unsplash.)
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