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Glasgow April Green Tease: ArtCOP Scotland
15:00 on 28 April 2015
South Block Studios
How can Scotland’s arts respond to or engage with the Paris COP21 climate change negotiations in December? Join us for our April Green Tease where we’ll discuss the potential for ArtCOP Scotland!
This December the United Nations will call all the world’s leaders to Paris for COP 21 to make a crucial agreement to limit climate change. We want to use the opportunity of COP 21 to raise awareness of the links between sustainability, climate change and the arts.
Join Creative Carbon Scotland for our April Glasgow Green Tease which will explore how artists and communities across Scotland can respond to or engage with COP 21 and how Creative Carbon Scotland can support this.
Following a busy time in March with Glasgow’s Green: Imagining a Sustainable City at Tramway and our Mull Arts & Sustainability 2015 Residency, we want to build on the new connections made and momentum gained during these projects and work with you to develop our Green Tease programme over the coming months.
COP 21 (or the 21st Conference Of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change) will aim to agree legal limits on the amount of carbon dioxide emitted into the atmosphere that will mean a global temperature rise of a just about manageable 2⁰C. Already China and the US – big emitters and barriers to previous agreements – have made significant commitments that suggest success may be in sight.
ArtCOP21 is a parallel event taking place in Paris in December where artists will use their work to raise awareness of the issues and encourage the leaders to take bold steps to protect the environment and humanity. Alongside this, we’re interested in the idea of ArtCOP Scotland that sees events and activities throughout Scotland highlighting the Paris discussions and placing the focus on how they involve and relate to all of us here – at home, at work, at school. We want to widen the debate in December to include artists and communities across the country.
As always, we’ll have tea, coffee and biscuits waiting for you on arrival!
Please email email@example.com if you have any questions and otherwise we look forward to seeing you there!