Around 150 persons, coordinated by J.E.D.I. for Climate, sang subversive christmas songs for a flashmob supporting the ZAD struggle. ZAD activists defend their land in Nantes against the building plans of an airport, for the last 30 years already.
We could talk with one of the organisers, and we bring you some of the christmas songs performed in front of Notre-Dame cathedral.
This morning we went to the Louvre to participate at the open beautiful action that was going to happen there to expose the fossil fuel lobby which is sponsoring the museum. We tell you what happened there and we also got an audio from people who got arrested inside the Louvre because they made a ritual with oil-simulation in one of its halls to expose corporate power embedded in major cultural stakeholders.
“Dear Louvre, when the company Total sponsors you, you sponsor Total. Don’t sponsor Climate chaos!”
* We thank The New Internationalist for the last bit of the audio, a message from the activists arrested.
A collaboration between The Eroles Project and Run For Your Life, two groups bringing a reimagined activism to COP21. The evening will begin with a participatory debate hosted by The Eroles Project reflecting on how we do activism. Followed by the first ever screening of video documentation of “a race against time” with the Run For Your Life artistic team sharing stories collected along the way.
Run For Your Life: a race against time – Humanity is standing on the brink of a climate catastrophe. Soon it will be too late. In November, thousands of people told their stories and run thousands of kilometres, from the Arctic to Paris, to promote climate justice and a sustainable future.
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)
Last Thursday The Eroles Project organised an immersive performance in which the participants, representing the role of certain nation, company or lobby had to cook together a dinner. Each participant contributed to the dinner with an ingredient and had to play hard on negotiations and navigate through the power relations that immediately emerged.
We witnessed power games, right to vetoe, money influence and environmental disasters that were transforming certain nations to climate refugees. This experimental and successful format allowed to experience the frustration of UN talks and the state of ecological emergency we are facing.
Last Tuesday we attended to La Gaîté lyrique to listen to Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner, an amazing poet from the Marshall Islands who powerfully combines arts and climate activism. The organisers of the event run the interview you can hear here and she performed two beautiful and moving poems (“Dear Matafele Peinem” and “Tell them“).
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?