JT-HECA Cultural Voices from Arts and Heritage at COP27
From Susan Ross
“For the first time, the parties to the UN Climate Convention have acknowledged the critical linkages between cultural heritage and climate change.” Climate Heritage Network
Join us to hear from COP 27 delegates and participants, Senator Patricia Bovey (Canada), Sharon Morin (Canada), and Alison Tickell (UK), and learn about their key takeaways from high-level and side events, debates and deliberations, and gains and losses regarding culture, from arts to heritage. Find out lessons learned from COP27 that can inform and transform programming, training, and capacity building in arts and heritage to tackle the global challenge of climate change.
This event is part of Just Transitions: Heritage Education for Climate Adaptation, organized by the Canadian academic members of the Climate Heritage Network.