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Tania Kovats and Jonathan Dove for ArtCOP21
Jarvis Cocker does Disko Bay
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Marfa Dialogues: Art and Environmental Activism panel discussion, part of Cape Farewell’s Carbon13 exhibition at Ballroom Marfa, Texas. Photo: Lesley Brown.
Cape Farewell Chairman and partner at the international law firm Simmons & Simmons LLP
Executive Director of the International Social Science Council, with a M.Phil in contemporary social theory
Lecturer in Ocean and Earth Science at the University of Southampton
Artist, curator, Professor and Pro Vice-Chancellor of the University of the Arts London
Executive Secretary of the Global Ocean Commission with 20 years experience developing and delivering international... ›
An exceptional city-wide climate festival and cultural events to be staged in Paris during COP21
New research on island fishermens’ relationship to the sea suggests cultural roots to the ‘Sound Of Barra’ dispute, in t... ›
Hear from Inuit teen Doriana who joined us on our first Youth Expedition in 2007, as she explains the differences she's ... ›
Climate is Culture talk from David Buckland
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