A short list of other people looking at climate change creatively
Burning Worlds Amy Brady’s monthly column in the Chicago Review of Books devoted to climate change fiction.
Cape Farewell UK based Cape Farewell brings creatives and scientists together to encourage narratives that will engage and inspire a sustainable future society.
The Cli-Fi Report A US based resource for all those interested in fictional treatments of climate change, the Cli-Fi Report (CFR) is a research tool for academics and media professionals to use in gathering information and reporting on the rise of the emerging cli-fi term worldwide.
Climarte Australian based CLIMARTE brings together arts organisations, practitioners, administrators, patrons and academics from across the arts sector, including the visual arts, music, theatre, dance, literature, architecture, and cinema.
Climate Media Net YouTube Channel A short selection of playlists for climate change related comedy, drama, documentary etc.
Creative Carbon Scotland NGO that believes that the arts and culture have an essential role in achieving the transformational change to a sustainable future. Mission to connect the arts and culture with others working towards that transformational change in order to bring it about.
Do The Green Thing UK based Do The Green Thing has spent the last decade working with a global community of creatives including David Shrigley, Paula Scher and Sir Paul Smith to make films, posters, podcasts and products that have inspired more than 45 million people to live more sustainably.
Dopplegangster An international performance company currently creating work in the UK and Australia. Doppelgangster creates iconoclastic, politically charged, entertainment that critique contemporary issues such as climate change, forced migration, and corporatism.
Eco-fiction A US site that freely promotes environmental authors’ works via book posts, interviews, reader-submitted reviews, bookshelves and a database, guest posts, author spotlights, and Green Reads (where authors may submit excerpts of their novels, prose, or nonfiction).
Globiaia A not for profit NGO with a mission to create and broadcast accessible and appealing works, merging scientific syntheses and visual arts, to raise awareness about our globalized world and about the critical planetary challenges of our time.
Green Art Lab Alliance The Green Art Lab Alliance (GALA) is a partnership between 19 European cultural organisations which aims to explore what environmental sustainability means for the visual arts and design. All partners believe that it’s time for culture and the arts to take responsibility in their own innovative and artistic ways.
Inside the Greenhouse a US based collective of professors, students, scholars, practitioners who are committed to creative framing and storytelling of issues surrounding climate change through video, theatre, dance, and writing, to connect a wider audience to the deep and pressing need to address climate change .
Invisible Dust UK based Invisible Dust works with leading artists and scientists to produce unique and exciting works of contemporary art and new scientific ideas exploring our environment and climate change. The mission of Invisible Dust is to encourage awareness of, and meaningful responses to, climate change and environmental issues.
Julie’s Bicycle UK based, developed Creative Industry Green Tools – a set of free online carbon calculators which are currently used by more than 3,200 arts and cultural organisations worldwide from over 50 countries. The Tools allow organisations to calculate and understand the impacts of their venue, office, tour, production, event or a festival’s environment impacts. Julie’s Bicycle now includes Tipping Point.