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Designing climate experiences

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Gathering ideas for displays & projects for Climate Museum UK, a mobile museum creatively stirring a response to the climate emergency

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Memorials

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Moving image

A stretch of the Mississippi River once called 'Plantation Country' is now the 'Petrochemical Corridor', known to those who breathe its toxic air as 'Death Alley'. Using advanced techniques in cartography and fluid dynamics, we worked to support local demands for accountability and reparations. Fluid Dynamics, Aerial Images, American Civil War, Cartography, Ecology, Industrial Development, Economic Development, The Expanse, Louisiana

Environmental Racism In Death Alley, Louisiana

A stretch of the Mississippi River once called 'Plantation Country' is now the 'Petrochemical Corridor', known to those who breathe its toxic air as 'Death Alley'. Using advanced techniques in cartography and fluid dynamics, we worked to support local demands for accountability and reparations.

Online exhibitions

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Climate Museum as Shop

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Climate history

Sweltering sidewalks: catching the heat in 1970s America – in pictures | Art and design | The Guardian Cannon Beach, Street Photographers, New York Street, Venice Beach, California Travel, Father And Son, The Guardian, Storytelling, 1970s

Sweltering sidewalks: catching the heat in 1970s America – in pictures

Street photographer Paul McDonough left gritty New York behind him to photograph the youth of America enjoying the summer from Austin to Portland

Sweltering sidewalks: catching the heat in 1970s America – in pictures | Art and design | The Guardian New York Street, New York City, Cannon Beach, Caravaggio, Street Photographers, Venice Beach, California Travel, Father And Son, The Guardian

Sweltering sidewalks: catching the heat in 1970s America – in pictures

Street photographer Paul McDonough left gritty New York behind him to photograph the youth of America enjoying the summer from Austin to Portland

Sweltering sidewalks: catching the heat in 1970s America – in pictures | Art and design | The Guardian New York Street, New York City, Garry Winogrand, Cannon Beach, Caravaggio, Street Photographers, Venice Beach, California Travel, Santa Monica

Sweltering sidewalks: catching the heat in 1970s America – in pictures

Street photographer Paul McDonough left gritty New York behind him to photograph the youth of America enjoying the summer from Austin to Portland

Sweltering sidewalks: catching the heat in 1970s America – in pictures | Art and design | The Guardian Garry Winogrand, Frieze Art Fair, William Klein, John Kennedy, Cannon Beach, Street Photographers, New York Street, Photo Essay, Venice Beach

Sweltering sidewalks: catching the heat in 1970s America – in pictures

Street photographer Paul McDonough left gritty New York behind him to photograph the youth of America enjoying the summer from Austin to Portland

Learning resources

Museums and attractions

Objects & collections

Iron age people were emotionally attached to objects, research shows | Archaeology | The Guardian Small Sword, Dr Sarah, Complicated Relationship, York University, Cultural Identity, Round House, Iron Age, Prehistory, Childhood Toys

Iron age people were emotionally attached to objects, research shows

Dilemma of finding it hard to part with ‘problematic stuff’ we no longer need could date back more than 2,000 years

The Parliament of Things offers “all things, plants and animals” a voice — Atlas of the Future Bruno Latour, Thought Experiment, Nation State, Tomorrow Will Be Better, North Sea, Save The Planet, Worlds Of Fun, The Voice

What if the North Sea had a voice? | Atlas of the Future

The Parliament of Things wants us to imagine a world in which things and beings have control over the planet’s future.

The Parliament of Things offers “all things, plants and animals” a voice — Atlas of the Future Thought Experiment, Tomorrow Will Be Better, North Sea, Save The Planet, Worlds Of Fun, The Voice, Culture, Plug, Dutch

What if the North Sea had a voice? | Atlas of the Future

The Parliament of Things wants us to imagine a world in which things and beings have control over the planet’s future.

Digital as eco-solution

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Storytelling

Exhibition in Oxford | From The Ground Up Un Climate Change Conference, Musical Composition, 28th October, Through Time And Space, Climate Action, Group Work, From The Ground Up, Filmmaking, Oxford

Exhibition in Oxford | From The Ground Up

From the Ground Up: Stories of Climate Action is a celebration of 20 years of the Community Action Group (CAG) Oxfordshire project. ​We’ve been working with a crack team of artists, filmmakers and designers to curate a collection of 20 stories developed as exhibits from our network showing that a sustainable and fairer future is within our grasp.

Speculative futures

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Graphics and illustration

Why do we care about wet bulb temperature and could they have given it a better name? | First Dog on the Moon | The Guardian Dog Shop, Culture War, Civil Disobedience, Many Men, Cartoon Dog, Cartoon Characters, Freak Out, Down South, Save The Planet

Why do we care about wet bulb temperature and could they have given it a better name? | First Dog on the Moon

Because we could die and yes

Installation art

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Warming stripes

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Equipment

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Walls and displays

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Conversations

We're collecting 26,000 climate conversations before COP26. Add your voice! About Climate Change, Us Map, My Cousin, Your Voice, Conversation, It Works, No Response, Bubbles, Politics

26,000 Climate Conversations

We're collecting 26,000 climate conversations before COP26. Add your voice!

The Parliament of Things offers “all things, plants and animals” a voice — Atlas of the Future Bruno Latour, Rio Olympic Games, Thought Experiment, Nation State, Image Descriptions, Tomorrow Will Be Better, North Sea, Save The Planet

What if the North Sea had a voice? | Atlas of the Future

The Parliament of Things wants us to imagine a world in which things and beings have control over the planet’s future.

Participatory activities

The Parliament of Things offers “all things, plants and animals” a voice — Atlas of the Future Bruno Latour, Thought Experiment, Nation State, Tomorrow Will Be Better, North Sea, Save The Planet, Worlds Of Fun, The Voice

What if the North Sea had a voice? | Atlas of the Future

The Parliament of Things wants us to imagine a world in which things and beings have control over the planet’s future.

Ethos and approach

Waste Age: What can design do? - Design Museum Biochemical Engineering, Jane Withers, Agricultural Practices, Recycling Facility, Circular Economy, Environmental Issues, Global Brands, Design Museum, Can Design

Waste Age: What can design do?

We live in the age of waste. Design helped create the problem, but could it be crucial in solving it?

Bees, artists and communities for local regeneration — Atlas of the Future Social Organization, Residency Programs, Image Descriptions, Creative Workshop, Cultural Diversity, Tomorrow Will Be Better, London Photos, Bee Keeping, Ecology

Bees, artists and communities for local regeneration

Beetime connects socially engaged art with natural beekeeping practices to bring together community, scientists and artists.

The Parliament of Things offers “all things, plants and animals” a voice — Atlas of the Future Bruno Latour, Thought Experiment, Nation State, Tomorrow Will Be Better, North Sea, Save The Planet, Worlds Of Fun, The Voice

What if the North Sea had a voice? | Atlas of the Future

The Parliament of Things wants us to imagine a world in which things and beings have control over the planet’s future.

The Parliament of Things offers “all things, plants and animals” a voice — Atlas of the Future Thought Experiment, Tomorrow Will Be Better, North Sea, Save The Planet, Worlds Of Fun, The Voice, Culture, Plug, Dutch

What if the North Sea had a voice? | Atlas of the Future

The Parliament of Things wants us to imagine a world in which things and beings have control over the planet’s future.

Furniture

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Immersive

Visit Es Devlin forest at London Design Biennale | Wallpaper* Somerset, Es Devlin, Pop Up, Art Connection, London Boroughs, London Places, Photo Journal, Sustainable Development, New Perspective

Es Devlin’s forest pops up at Somerset House for London Design Biennale

Es Devlin’s Forest For Change has popped up at Somerset House as part of London Design Biennale 2021 (on view until 27 June 2021), in partnership with Project Everyone. The initiative aims to showcase the facts behind the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (which include eradicating poverty, establishing gender equality, and fighting...

Boxes and books

The Apocalypse Reading Room – Event – Artsadmin Events Uk, Social Transformation, Residency Programs, Apocalypse Survival, Climate Action, Local Parks, Reading Room, Survival Guide, Public Art

The Apocalypse Reading Room – Artsadmin

The Apocalypse Reading Room is an on-site library curated by Ama Josephine Budge: a world of talking stories in the face of environmental and social collapse. A library curated by Ama Josephine Budge: a world of talking stories in the face of environmental and social transformation.

The Apocalypse Reading Room – Event – Artsadmin Social Transformation, Residency Programs, Apocalypse Survival, Online Posters, Climate Action, Reading Room, End Of The World, Youre Invited, Art Studios

The Apocalypse Reading Room – Event – Artsadmin

The Apocalypse Reading Room is a post-apocalyptic library installation filled with books for all ages. You're invited to come and read. During a time of many social, political and environmental apocalypses, could we read enough to shape a new future?

Information and infographics

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Why do we care about wet bulb temperature and could they have given it a better name? | First Dog on the Moon | The Guardian Dog Shop, Culture War, Civil Disobedience, Many Men, Cartoon Dog, Cartoon Characters, Freak Out, Down South, Save The Planet

Why do we care about wet bulb temperature and could they have given it a better name? | First Dog on the Moon

Because we could die and yes

Exhibition in Oxford | From The Ground Up Un Climate Change Conference, Musical Composition, 28th October, Through Time And Space, Climate Action, Group Work, From The Ground Up, Filmmaking, Oxford

Exhibition in Oxford | From The Ground Up

From the Ground Up: Stories of Climate Action is a celebration of 20 years of the Community Action Group (CAG) Oxfordshire project. ​We’ve been working with a crack team of artists, filmmakers and designers to curate a collection of 20 stories developed as exhibits from our network showing that a sustainable and fairer future is within our grasp.

How industrial museums can tackle the climate crisis - Museums Association Carbon Cycle, Exhibition Building, World Environment Day, Global Warming, Case Study, Museums, National Parks, Industrial, Activities

How industrial museums can tackle the climate crisis

A case study from Amberley Museum in West Sussex

A stretch of the Mississippi River once called 'Plantation Country' is now the 'Petrochemical Corridor', known to those who breathe its toxic air as 'Death Alley'. Using advanced techniques in cartography and fluid dynamics, we worked to support local demands for accountability and reparations. Fluid Dynamics, Aerial Images, American Civil War, Cartography, Ecology, Industrial Development, Economic Development, The Expanse, Louisiana

Environmental Racism In Death Alley, Louisiana

A stretch of the Mississippi River once called 'Plantation Country' is now the 'Petrochemical Corridor', known to those who breathe its toxic air as 'Death Alley'. Using advanced techniques in cartography and fluid dynamics, we worked to support local demands for accountability and reparations.

The Apocalypse Reading Room – Event – Artsadmin Events Uk, Social Transformation, Residency Programs, Apocalypse Survival, Climate Action, Local Parks, Reading Room, Survival Guide, Public Art

The Apocalypse Reading Room – Artsadmin

The Apocalypse Reading Room is an on-site library curated by Ama Josephine Budge: a world of talking stories in the face of environmental and social collapse. A library curated by Ama Josephine Budge: a world of talking stories in the face of environmental and social transformation.

The Apocalypse Reading Room – Event – Artsadmin Social Transformation, Residency Programs, Apocalypse Survival, Online Posters, Climate Action, Reading Room, End Of The World, Youre Invited, Art Studios

The Apocalypse Reading Room – Event – Artsadmin

The Apocalypse Reading Room is a post-apocalyptic library installation filled with books for all ages. You're invited to come and read. During a time of many social, political and environmental apocalypses, could we read enough to shape a new future?

Waste Age: What can design do? - Design Museum Biochemical Engineering, Jane Withers, Agricultural Practices, Recycling Facility, Circular Economy, Environmental Issues, Global Brands, Design Museum, Can Design

Waste Age: What can design do?

We live in the age of waste. Design helped create the problem, but could it be crucial in solving it?

Bees, artists and communities for local regeneration — Atlas of the Future Social Organization, Residency Programs, Image Descriptions, Creative Workshop, Cultural Diversity, Tomorrow Will Be Better, London Photos, Bee Keeping, Ecology

Bees, artists and communities for local regeneration

Beetime connects socially engaged art with natural beekeeping practices to bring together community, scientists and artists.

Visit Es Devlin forest at London Design Biennale | Wallpaper* Somerset, Es Devlin, Pop Up, Art Connection, London Boroughs, London Places, Photo Journal, Sustainable Development, New Perspective

Es Devlin’s forest pops up at Somerset House for London Design Biennale

Es Devlin’s Forest For Change has popped up at Somerset House as part of London Design Biennale 2021 (on view until 27 June 2021), in partnership with Project Everyone. The initiative aims to showcase the facts behind the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (which include eradicating poverty, establishing gender equality, and fighting...

The Eco-Design Game, green design game, eco game, modern kids, sustainability ga. - My Recommendations Design Thinking, Eco Game, Book Design Inspiration, Board Game Design, Eco Architecture, Fun Board Games, Modern Kids, Tool Design, Diy Design

Play Rethink: The Eco-Design Game

Play Rethink: The Eco-Design Game is a brand new board game with an eco-design twist. Players are asked to rethink existing, everyday products through the lens of environmentally friendly design. Redesign a chair using locally sourced materials or come up

We're collecting 26,000 climate conversations before COP26. Add your voice! About Climate Change, Us Map, My Cousin, Your Voice, Conversation, It Works, No Response, Bubbles, Politics

26,000 Climate Conversations

We're collecting 26,000 climate conversations before COP26. Add your voice!

Iron age people were emotionally attached to objects, research shows | Archaeology | The Guardian Small Sword, Dr Sarah, Complicated Relationship, York University, Cultural Identity, Round House, Iron Age, Prehistory, Childhood Toys

Iron age people were emotionally attached to objects, research shows

Dilemma of finding it hard to part with ‘problematic stuff’ we no longer need could date back more than 2,000 years

Sweltering sidewalks: catching the heat in 1970s America – in pictures | Art and design | The Guardian Cannon Beach, Street Photographers, New York Street, Venice Beach, California Travel, Father And Son, The Guardian, Storytelling, 1970s

Sweltering sidewalks: catching the heat in 1970s America – in pictures

Street photographer Paul McDonough left gritty New York behind him to photograph the youth of America enjoying the summer from Austin to Portland

Sweltering sidewalks: catching the heat in 1970s America – in pictures | Art and design | The Guardian New York Street, New York City, Cannon Beach, Caravaggio, Street Photographers, Venice Beach, California Travel, Father And Son, The Guardian

Sweltering sidewalks: catching the heat in 1970s America – in pictures

Street photographer Paul McDonough left gritty New York behind him to photograph the youth of America enjoying the summer from Austin to Portland