Kat Jones talks with Fadzai Mwakutuya and Inge Panneels about role art plays in the struggle against climate change. Fadzai is the founder of www.climatechangecreative.com, a collaborate network for artists who explore the issues of climate change through art. Fadzai and Inge discuss the wider climate art movement in Scotland and beyond relating to their own practice and personal stories.
Listen back to the Introduction to Climate Justice. We have invited Nishma Doshi, a Climate Justice activist in Scotland and Ilisapeci Masivesi from Oxfam Pacfic.
We will find out what Climate Justice means to our speakers, looking at the Scottish perspective and examples from Fiji.
In the virtual studio, Tami talks with Simon, Kirsty and Jonny from Food for Good. An Edinburgh based food coalition who have come together to deliver over 50,000 meals during the Covid-19 crisis. This podcast looks at community food, resilience in times of crisis, food knowledge and sovereignty.
With dates for COP26 in Glasgow now set, this first in our series of Climate Conversations will hear from two veterans and a newbie to put together a beginner’s guide to COP. This recording is from the launch of our Climate Conversations Series. This series will harvest meaningful conversation from climate organisers in Glasgow and internationally in the run-up to COP.
Climate Fringe Stories ÚNA Festival - Uniting Scotland and South America through arts, film, music and storytelling
For our first episode of the Climate Fringe Stories Tami is in conversation with ÚNA festival organisers, Isabella Noero and Cameron Mackay. The episode delves into their motivations to put on ÚNA TraDigital Festival 2020. Touching on the power of storytelling, myth and education within climate arts.
To find out more visit: https://unafest.com/una-fest-2020/