18th September, 2013, Sustainable 2Wheels, Brussels, Belgium European Mobility Week 2013 aims to clean up our air, and by doing so, create a healthier, happier Europe. The facts are clear – cleaner cities are healthier cities. .. This year’s European Mobility Week slogan, “Clean air – it’s your move!”, reflects the power that citizens have… Continue reading Clean air – It’s your move!
June 2013 The Green Boat : Reviving Ourselves in Our Capsized Culture, Mary Pipher Mary Pipher, clinical psychologist, is exploring how to conquer our fears about the major environmental issues that confound us and transform them into a positive force in our lives. She emphasizes the importance of taking small, positive steps to preserve what’s important, drawing from… Continue reading The Green Boat
The Rural Artist Residencies has kicked off! Dorset, Uk Cape Farewell is creating a series of Rural Artist Residencies. Artists will be invited on to the Rural Residencies programme to engage diverse, wide-reaching audiences with the local narratives of Sydling St. Nicholas in Dorset. The idea is to involve the local community, encouraging neighbours and villagers to… Continue reading Cape Farewell’s Sea Change programme
July 5-6, 2013, The 4th Annual Healing Walk near Fort McMurray Alberta (Canada) A DIFFERENT WAY TO PROTECT OUR LAND, AIR, WATER AND CLIMATE FROM TAR SANDS EXPANSION Over the past decade First Nations communities, non-native communities, scientists, politicians, and others are recognizing that the expansion of the tar sands is betraying the human responsibility to… Continue reading Healing Walk!
Representing uncertainty, July 2nd 2013, London, UK TippingPoint, in partnership with the King’s Cultural Institute, is going to be holding a series of workshops that brings together academics from King’s College London with artists and other interested parties in the wider community. The aim is to explore particular subjects in depth, subjects which are… Continue reading Workshop at King’s College
19 – 21 June 2013, “Transformation in a Changing Climate”, Oslo, Norway The aim of this conference is to bring together diverse perspectives on transformation, and to generate cutting-edge discussions on deliberate, ethical and sustainable transformation in response to the complex global challenges associated with climate change. The conference will hold a wide range of… Continue reading International Conference
May 31-June 4, 2013, Amphitheater at Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center, in New York Green Screens focuses on the planet for an entire week of films that examine eco-crises and also highlight what people all around the world are doing to face these challenges. COOL STORIES FOR WHEN THE PLANET GETS HOT is a part… Continue reading Green Screens 2013 at Film Society of Lincoln Center
Apr 26, 2013 – Jun 22, 2013, at Pace Gallery, in New York (USA) New work by Maya Lin exploring her longtime interest in environmental issues, including rising currents and climate change, and expanding her engagement with natural and geographic forms. Click here for the gallery’s website An article on the exhibition was published in… Continue reading Maya Lin: Here and There
Part of the Maldives pavilion in Venice Bienniale 2013 Wednesday, 8 May 2013, 6 pm – 9 pm, Khoj Studios terrace, S – 17, Khirki Extension, New Delhi (India) Khoj International Artists’ Association and Ravi Agarwal present an evening discussion addressing critical artistic practices that can help recover multiple ecologies and rethink ideas of progress.… Continue reading Disappearance as work in progress: Approaches to ecological romanticism
Research dossier available in 5 languages Commissioned by On The Move to creative industries environmental experts Julie’s Bicycle, the Green Mobility Guide offers practical recommendations for professionals across the performing arts, case studies and resources, including the Julie’s Bicycle “IG tool” for tracking carbon emissions while on tour. Available since 2011 in English language, and… Continue reading Green Mobility Guide for the Performing Arts