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Green Tease: Heating Up: A Year of Climate Action
13 December 2016 until 14 December 2016
Gayfield Creative Spaces & MANY Studios
Heating Up: A Year of Climate Change Action
Date/time: Tuesday 13th December, 18:00 – 20:00
Location: Gayfield Creative Spaces, 11 Gayfield Square, EH1 3NT. Register here: http://www.creativecarbonscotland.com/event/edinburgh-green-tease-heating-year-climate-change-action/
Date/time: Wednesday 14th December, 18:00 – 20:00
Location: MANY Studios, 3 Ross Street, The Barras, G1 5AR. Register here: http://www.creativecarbonscotland.com/event/glasgow-green-tease-heating-year-climate-change-action/
A year on from the ground-breaking international agreements made at the Paris Climate Summit (COP21), CCS is inviting the Green Tease network to join us for a reflective discussion on key political, scientific and artistic climate action taken in 2016 and challenges being met on local and global scales in the face of rapidly changing global circumstances.
During this festive gathering, we’ll hear from artists and cultural organisations who participated in ArtCOP Scotland during the Paris Summit, their past year of activity and thinking on the connections between cultural practices and environmental sustainability. Alongside ArtCOP partners, we’ll hear from the charismatic Jelte Harnmeijer of SCENE Community Energy Experts on what’s been taking place on the international stage and the implications more locally. CCS will also share our work and thinking of the past year and forthcoming projects in 2017.
We’ll have drinks and mince pies to celebrate 2016’s projects, events and activity connecting the arts and culture and environmental sustainability in Scotland.
Venue accessibility: Both venues are wheelchair accessible. If you have any access requirements or questions please contact Gemma.firstname.lastname@example.org.