Creativity and climate change webinar

We presented the webinar On 7 November to an a large audience made up of climate scientists, policy makers and creative practitioners (and many things in between). The webinar explored types of creative work that engage with climate change and adaptation.

The presentations in the webinar were as follows:

  • Creative approaches to facilitating engagement from Sniffer’s Managing Director Ruth Wolstenholme;
  • The why’s and how’s of engaging creative practitioners into climate change and adaptation work as well as examples of what can be the outcome of such collaborations from Creative Carbon Scotland’s creative producer Gemma Lawrence;
  • Visuals for creative climate change communication from Scriberia co-founder Chris Wilson and Adaptation Scotland science and skills manager Joseph Hagg;
  • Embedding arts & artists into responses to climate change and adaptation from a writer, theatre producer and embedded artists at Climate Ready Clyde Lesley Anne Rose.