The Climate Heritage Network Global Launch was a two-day program (October 24-25) devoted to urgently mobilizing the cultural heritage sector for climate action across the globe. The program served as a key catalyst for accelerating the ambition of culture and heritage actors to help the communities they work in to deliver on ambitions of the Paris Agreement.
Thanks to Historic Environment Scotland, Climate Heritage livestreamed the symposium portion of event through YouTube. Remote participants will be able to submit questions, take part in the interactive sessions and vote on various matters using Slido – enter the code #CHN.
- Is there a directory of speakers?
- Does the symposium have a schedule?
- Are the presentations / slides / reports mentioned available online?
- Are there collaborative Google docs or wikis?
- What’s next?
The #ClimateHeritageLaunch will begin in 2 days in Edinburgh, Scotland!
Not able to attend? 📺💻 Join the livestream to participate remotely and send your questions: https://t.co/5dqIbs7CDl pic.twitter.com/a3VbWbygJ1
— ICOMOS (@ICOMOS) October 22, 2019
SHPO Julianne Polanco invites you to join her for the launch of the Climate Heritage Network, on October 24, 2019! Livestreamed free. Visit https://t.co/9kkKpj6OhQ for details. Be a part of the solution! pic.twitter.com/HLFBm5CprC
— California OHP (@calshpo) October 22, 2019
Heading to Edinburgh today for #ClimateHeritageLaunch. Such a great opportunity to gather policy makers, academics, businesses and NGOs from around the World to discuss how the Heritage & Culture Sector can respond to, and play a part in mitigating, the impacts of #ClimateChange pic.twitter.com/qlkNoMn2qT
— Ben Melham (@Benmelham) October 23, 2019
On the train to Edinburgh for #ClimateHeritageLaunch A mum of teenager was apologising for a break in Scotland when her pals were off to longhaul destinations. The daughter was adamant she had the best mum, that flying would have made her feel sick. https://t.co/ZoIcjOPou0
— ClimateMuseumUK (@ClimateMuseumUK) October 23, 2019
Glad #ClimateHeritageLaunch will look at cultural tourism. Tourism can build empathy for frontline communities & help fund resilience in the global south. But the growing carbon footprint & enviro degradation are unsustainable. What do museums monuments, sites & attractions do? https://t.co/2UTB0Yt1QK
— Andrew S. Potts🌈 (@AndrewSPotts) October 21, 2019
Heritage professionals have a “moral duty” to join forces on the issue, says Andrew Potts, a co-ordinator of the @ClimateHeritage Network, which launches in Edinburgh tomorrow. #ClimateHeritageLaunchhttps://t.co/FdqsBbDY3Y
— The Art Newspaper (@TheArtNewspaper) October 23, 2019
Next year city of Bonn will be holding a year-long celebration of Beethoven’s Pastoral- itself a celebration of connections of humans and nature. It’s already playing in my head- @ICLEI_advocacy #climateheritage #ClimateHeritageLaunch pic.twitter.com/Hc65UtaZha
— Marcy Rockman (@marcyrockman) October 24, 2019
— Meredith Wiggins (@DrMWiggins) October 24, 2019
— YvonnePloum (@YvonnePloum) October 24, 2019
“With climate change, the idea of growth-based sustainable tourism has become an oxymoron” – @cecilie_sc, kicking off the panel on “Cultural Heritage Tourism (and it’s impacts) in the era of climate change” at #ClimateHeritageLaunch. pic.twitter.com/E70e6lLzyL
— Andrew S. Potts🌈 (@AndrewSPotts) October 24, 2019
To move heritage from niche to mainstream, we must speak the language of those who will mainstream it – this includes finance, major funds. We must speak at and to the tables that are not in our room- @ShipraSuri #climateheritage #ClimateHeritageLaunch
— Marcy Rockman (@marcyrockman) October 24, 2019
"The silo problem percolates to every level. #SDGs, #COP25, #NewUrbanAgenda, etc. That is why an interdisciplinary network like #ClimateHeritage is critical." @ShipraSuri of @UNHABITAT reminds at the #ClimateHeritageLaunch #culturalheritage pic.twitter.com/ZxcCMA4mxy
— ICOMOS_Agenda2030 (@icomosSDG2030) October 24, 2019
— Donella Steel (@DonellaSteel) October 24, 2019
— Ben Melham (@Benmelham) October 24, 2019
— Dr Mairi Davies (@DrMairiDavies) October 24, 2019
— ClimateHeritage (@ClimateHeritage) October 24, 2019
Really looking forward to the Climate Change Heritage Network event this morning @HESEngineShed @marcyrockman now talking about connecting cultural heritage and the IPCC #ClimateHeritageLaunch #ClimateChange pic.twitter.com/hiboaUac7L
— Sian Jones (@Blinkymanx) October 26, 2019
Why did #climateheritagelaunch go dark today? After fantastic tweeting yesterday there was virtually nothing today (except from @DrMairiDavies – thanks for your dispatches from the Fife coast!!) Hey folks, what are next steps? @ClimateHeritage @DMHarkin @HistEnvScot
— Adam Markham (@AdamCMarkham) October 25, 2019
— InstHistBdgConScot (@Ihbcscotland) October 25, 2019
Mike, Chair and Sue, Vice-Chair of @wemyss_caves gave us a brilliant guided tour of the caves, with @CoastArch. Thanks to SWACS, there is a new interpretation board and regular guided tours for visitors. #ClimateHeritageLaunch pic.twitter.com/Uu6DVuopfw
— Dr Mairi Davies (@DrMairiDavies) October 25, 2019
Today we took delegates of #ClimateHeritageLaunch on a special tour of the Old Town.
While exploring courts and gardens, Patrick Geddes' work and legacy, we discussed projects combining conservation, energy efficiency and renewable energy in historic buildings. @ClimateHeritage pic.twitter.com/rQVYGwuQHO
— Edinburgh World Heritage (@EdinburghWH) October 25, 2019
How do we create an accessible, effective platform to mobilize arts culture & heritage for climate action? Who’s missing from our table? How do we best contribute to climate policy & science? Intensely productive 1st meeting of the new #ClimateHeritage Network steering committee. pic.twitter.com/W9B4CAekZ6
— ClimateHeritage (@ClimateHeritage) October 26, 2019
The Climate Heritage Network was first conceived at the 2018 Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco. It is a voluntary, mutual support network of local and city, state/provincial and regional, indigenous and tribal, and national arts, culture and heritage governmental and quasi-governmental boards, offices, ministries and site management agencies as well as NGOs, universities, businesses and other organizations committed to aiding their communities in tackling climate change and achieving the ambitions of the Paris Agreement.
The success of a network is hinged on the willingness of people to help.
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