Creative Carbon Scotland have produced a new report that tracks the creative projects that took place around COP26 (the United Nations climate negotiations that were held in Glasgow in November 2021). The report was funded by CreaTures, in order to explore the contribution of arts and culture to COP26 campaigning, as part of the Observatory of contemporary trends in creative contributions to climate action.
The report an overview of contemporary trends in arts-led campaigning for climate action. A set of reflective case studies allow the authors Lewis Coenen-Rowe (culture/SHIFT Producer at Creative Carbon Scotland) and Wallace Heim (artist and researcher) to draw out key lessons on what works for creative programming around large-scale climate conferences.
Graphic design and layout – by Savannah Vize.