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Climate Heritage Network releases ambitious Action Plan on heritage and climate change at COP25

The newly launched Climate Heritage Network (CHN) has just released an action plan entitled the Madrid-to-Glasgow Arts, Culture and Heritage Climate Action Plan, featuring viable solutions to tackle climate change and achieve the ambitions of the Paris Agreement. The action plan was released on 5 December during the 2019 United Nations Climate Action Summit (COP25) taking place between 2-13 December in Madrid.

Only five weeks after its official launch on 25 October in Edinburgh, the Climate Heritage Network (CHN) is committed to act and has used the COP25 global event as a platform to bring forward a practical Action Plan. The Action Plan showcases the relevance of arts, culture and heritage to climate action and presents a manageable list of practical activities. The Plan features eight initial activities designed to deliver scalable, culture based climate action tools and policy solutions for achieving the ambitions of the Paris Agreement.

Read the full article at Europa Nostra.