We are all involved in a range of projects and networks; here are a few of our products, links to other projects and resources that inspire us:
T-learning - Transformative, transgressive learning in times of climate change.
Culture and Climate Change - a series of events and publications that brought together researchers, artists, producers and journalists working on climate change.
Art-based Methods for transformative engagement - An open-access toolkit that offers a collection of almost 30 methods, practical examples, workshop outlines and tips for creative facilitation, as well as resources and relevant academic references.
You, Me and Our Resilience -This innovative project examined the sources of resilience in communities in Kenya and the South West of the UK affected by extreme weather events, using performative means.
Sustainability in an Imaginary World - a research project attempting to integrate scenario analysis and the arts as a means of exploring less obvious layers of sustainability.
Bifrost - an environmental humanities intervention on climate change led by educators and researchers from the Nordic Network for Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies (NIES) working in close collaboration with numerous partners from civil society.
Rob Hopkins, initiator of the Transition Town Movement, is currently researching a new book on the power and necessity of imagination in change processes.
Emergence, a collaborative project that advocates creative practice for a sustainable future through hosting artful events and gatherings.
Cafe Disruptif Home of the disruptors' collective: for people who don't think (in) straight (lines) and create creative disruption: the art of making (good) trouble.
The Dark Mountain Project is a network of writers, artists and thinkers who have stopped believing the stories our civilisation tells itself. We produce and seek out writing, art and culture rooted in place, time and nature.
More to be added over the duration of the project... Do send us a line if you know of or are involved in a project that should feature here!