As the music industry mulls its options for contributing to the climate emergency fight, one strand of thinking is about giving artists the information and support that will help them to take action and speak out.
Now UK-based nonprofit Julie’s Bicycle has launched a ‘Creative Climate Justice Hub‘ which it hopes can help with that.
It’s aimed at all kinds of ‘artists and cultural practitioners’ rather than just musicians, with the intention of helping them to “understand the systemic causes of the climate crisis, how it intersects with issues of social, economic and environmental injustice and how arts and culture is responding creatively”.
So, information to digest, but also case studies of creative projects around the world as inspiration. It’s well worth a look.