The second keynote from the Climarte ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2019 Festival, this podcast episode features embedded images. Listen in a podcast app for the best experience. Here's a great explainer for how to get a podcast app.
This keynote was delivered by Miranda Massie, former civil rights attorney, and now director of NYC's Climate Museum. It's an amazing exploration of the power of multi-disciplinary approaches to communicating climate change, and enabling action. The Climate Museum in just a few years has done amazing work, and you'll get to hear about it, and their future plans. You'll also be able to get a better understanding of the hidden power of museums in society.
This is a fantastic keynote and we're so priviliged to be able to bring it to you. The Climate Museum is doing amazing work and be sure to check them out and follow their ongoing events, such as Climate Speaks, happening as this episode is released, a showcase of young performers engaging with the climate crisis from the stage of the Apollo Theatre.
- Climate Speaks — Climate Speaks 2019 will be presented on the evening of June 14th at the Apollo Theater.
- Climate Museum — The first museum in the U.S. dedicated to climate change.
- In Human Time — Climate Museum — An exploration of polar ice, humanity, and time
- Whale Bay, Antarctica no.4 Timelapse on Vimeo — Whale Bay, Antarctica no.4 Timelapse