On December 9th, as part of the 2021-22 TCG Fall-Winter Convening Season: Crisis and Transformation, join TCG at a virtual gathering picking up where we left off in our inaugural Climate Action Summit in April, this time to collectively strategize how theatre can play an important role in the global response to the climate crisis, coming off November’s UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow.
Climate Action in a Global Landscape will focus on three primary outcomes: strengthening support for Indigenous-led climate resistance; deepening participant understanding of how the goals of the Paris Agreement can be activated at their theatres; and committing to sustained climate action at the personal, organizational, and fieldwide levels. Whether you are new to the climate conversation or have been doing this work for decades, please join us and theatre practitioners across the country in committing to bold and sustained climate action.
Don’t want to wait until December? Join our Climate Action Community and attend our Climate Action Monthly Meetings to meet other theatre people doing the work. Participants ask questions, share resources, and take collective action, both within the theatre sector and our broader world. We center the leadership and needs of frontline communities, especially Native/Indigenous and other BIPOC communities, in what we prioritize.
Did you miss the Climate Action Summit in April and/or the climate programming at our National Conference? You can find archival videos and additional resources here.
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