Organisations and individuals across the arts and cultural sector responding to the challenge of climate change through creative collaboration. This list is not comprehensive, or conclusive, and inclusion does not equal endorsement. The Arts Council is not responsible for the content of third party sites.
Energising the creative response to climate change through events that bring artists and scientists together and commissions for performance based work conceived in the context of climate change.
Aims to instigate a cultural response to climate change through an ambitious programme of activity that brings together leading artists, writers, scientists and educators, stimulating interconnected activities designed to inspire artists and engage audiences with the social and environmental challenges of climate change.
Newcastle Gateshead Cultural Venues (NGCV)
A group of 10 arts and cultural organisations with 21 venues, including the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, The Sage Gateshead, Live Theatre, Northern Stage, the Tyneside Cinema, International Centre for Life, the Theatre Royal, Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums (which has 12 separate venues), Seven Stories and Dance City.
Bringing together environmentalism and performing arts; including news, interviews, timeline of events and a directory of companies, performers, storytellers and artists working consistently with environmental themes.
The Centre for Sustainable Practice in the Arts
Provides resources to artists and arts organisations by gathering and distributing information from partnering information sources. Has developed special initiatives designed to enable sustainable practices while maintaining artistic excellence.
Arts and Ecology RSA
A pioneering programme which ran from 2005-2010, the website is a repository of a wide range of research and think pieces on sustainability in the arts, including publication of 'LAND, ART: A Cultural Ecology Handbook' 2006.
Culture and Climate Change: Recordings
Culture and Climate Change: Recordings is a publication based on the series of panel discussions, Mediating Change, and is available online as a PDF from the Open University, or it can be ordered as a book by email.