Global South artists and activists will be sharing their creative processes with the audience in an immersive experience.
The Great Clamor for Climate has been imagined for citizens to express in a resonant and marked way their commitment to fight climate deregulation.
Last saturday, december 5th, this music project performed at the hall of Opéra Bastille, open to public. In the next days you could attend to other concerts in different places in Paris (like Centre Pompidou, Place to B or Mediapark).
Hear La Grande Clameur live concert with the participation of the Samis (last european indigenous peoples) and listen to a interview with Chantal Latour & Jean-Pierre Seyvos (creator of la Grande Clameur)
What would happen if global political leaders were asked to cook together?
La Cantine des Nations Unies requires you to bring a vegetable and a sense of humor as we spend an evening investigating how power and decision-making play out through the task of group cooking. Throughout the night natural disasters and political mayhem may change the rules of the game… Will we all eat?
Kevin Buckland (art ambassador and activist from UK) and Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner (poet and activism from Marshall Islands) talk about art and activism for climate justice at the culture and Arts Engage for COP21, Paris.
Anthropocene Radio has visited l’Annexe, one of the working spaces set up by artivists in Paris. This building is a machine of social, political and ecological creativity focused on the alternative agenda of COP21.
We talked with Ruth, member of the Eroles Project, who told us about the place, her personal motivations to fight for climate justice here and now, and Annexe agenda for the next days.