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Climate Heritage Network Launches Plan to Mobilise Arts, Culture and Heritage for Climate Action

The newly formed Climate Heritage Network released its first action plan to help mobilise arts, culture and heritage for climate action at an event held in Madrid at COP25, the 2019 UN Climate Summit.

The immense potential of cultural heritage to drive climate action and support just transitions by communities towards low carbon, climate resilient futures often goes untapped.  The Climate Heritage Network was launched in October 2019 by over 70 arts, culture and heritage organisations from around the world committed to flipping this paradigm by emphasizing the role arts, culture and heritage can play in achieving the ambitions of the Paris Agreement.

Read the full press release at Climate Heritage.