A Culture of Resilience: Mobilising Arts, Culture and Heritage to Win the Race to Zero

When

17 – 18 November 2020

Where

Online

IFLA will be represented by a Headquarters Staff member (Headquarters Staff member)

Description

IFLA will join the Climate Heritage Network in the webinar series, 'A Culture of Resilience: Mobilising Arts, Culture and Heritage to Win the Race to Zero'. 

The ‘Culture of Resilience’ dialogue series is a part of the broader November Dialogues planned by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) High-Level Climate Champions for Climate Action. 

These events will showcase the role that arts, culture and heritage can play in achieving a climate-resilient world, highlighting the importance of partnership between all sectors. IFLA representatives will speak to the role that libraries play in achieving this goal. 

The webinars will be held across three time zones. You can see the whole programme, and register for your preferred time-slot online here. 

Asia-Pacific17 November 

Europe, Africa, and the Middle East, 18 November 

  • Featuring Claire McGuire, IFLA Policy and Research Officer 

North America, Latin America and the Caribbean18 November

  • Featuring Edgardo Civallero, Library Coordinator, Charles Darwin Foundation, Puerto Ayora, Galápagos Islands

IFLA is a founding member of the Climate Heritage Network. Find out more here

Webinar, Environment, Sustainability and Libraries, Cultural heritage, Sustainability

Last update: 12 November 2020