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Cultural Adaptations

Cultural Adaptations

By Cultural Adaptations
Stories, conversations and learnings on adaptation our culture and society to the impacts of climate change
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1.2 Equality, inclusion and adaptation

Cultural Adaptations

1.2 Equality, inclusion and adaptation

Cultural Adaptations

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1.1 Introduction, and reflections on COVID-19
In this opening episode, Ben and John discuss the circumstances which brought them together, and how we can reflect on societal response to COVID-19 to help us understand the challenge of adaptation. Recorded at axis Ballymun in Dublin in March 2020, this forms part of a conversation series between Creative Carbon Scotland's Director, Ben Twist, and Dublin cultural consultant, John O'Brien.
05:37
April 27, 2020
1.2 Equality, inclusion and adaptation
In this episode, Ben and John discuss what we mean by 'adaptation', the intersecting aspects of equality for all, and a society truly adapted to the coming impacts of climate change. Recorded at axis Ballymun in Dublin in March 2020, this forms part of a conversation series between Creative Carbon Scotland's Director, Ben Twist, and Dublin cultural consultant, John O'Brien.
10:41
April 27, 2020
1.3 Can culture help our communities adapt?
Our cultural organisations and venues play critical roles in the social lives, local economy and place-making of our communities. So what role can they play when it comes to helping our communities adapt to the impacts of climate change, and the power dimension therein? Recorded at axis Ballymun in Dublin in March 2020, this forms part of a conversation series between Creative Carbon Scotland's Director, Ben Twist, and Dublin cultural consultant, John O'Brien.
05:16
April 27, 2020
1.4 How can artists help us adapt?
This episode focuses on the skills, knowledge and ways of working which artists can bring to non-arts contexts, and how this could help us in adapting our cities and places to the climate change to come. Ben also shares an update from the four 'live' embedded artist projects taking place in Glasgow, Gothenburg, Ghent and Dublin. Recorded at axis Ballymun in Dublin in March 2020, this forms part of a conversation series between Creative Carbon Scotland's Director, Ben Twist, and Dublin cultural consultant, John O'Brien.
15:34
April 27, 2020
1.5 Adapting our cultural organisations
This episode focuses on how arts and cultural organisations can begin to think about adapting to the impacts of climate change and their motivations for doing so. Ben and John also concentrate on how such adaptation measures could generate or strengthen new business organisational models for the sector. Recorded at axis Ballymun in Dublin in March 2020, this forms part of a conversation series between Creative Carbon Scotland's Director, Ben Twist, and Dublin cultural consultant, John O'Brien.
06:01
April 27, 2020
1.6 An ending, and a new beginning
In this final episode, Ben discusses his career journey: from theatre director to climate change specialist. Recorded at axis Ballymun in Dublin in March 2020, this forms part of a conversation series between Creative Carbon Scotland's Director, Ben Twist, and Dublin cultural consultant, John O'Brien.
04:45
April 27, 2020