A virtual conference, hosted by a partnership including ICCROM, IIC and the British Council
"Culture is the missing link for global climate action"
Climate.Culture.Peace is a knowledge-building initiative, aimed at exploring the interconnections between culture, climate change, peace and disaster resilience. It includes a five-day virtual conference and a knowledge portal with a focus on heritage places and institutions, which are threatened by climate-related disasters and/or conflicts driven by environmental stresses.
Join us as we bring together diverse knowledge holders, policy advisors, practitioners, as well as community and youth leaders.
First session: Climate for a liveable future
The opening event on 24 January connects leadership, research, policy and action, highlighting the conference goal of promoting culture as the missing link in our understanding of, and responses to the climate crisis.
Culture and heritage bring together the full range of human experience from the past into the present and can help create a liveable future. Distinguished leaders, policy advisors and scientists will share vital insights from their own work, recognizing that what we know about climate change, culture, sustainability and peace must include the processes as well as history of how we know it.
Something for Everyone
- Youth Forum: Voices of Now and Future
- Interactive Training Workshops
- Thematic Presentations
- Discussion Forums
- Panel Presentations
- Ignite Talks
- Dreamcatcher Exercises
- Climate Open Mic
Explore the whole programme and register now!