Recorded sessions from the conference are now available on the Climate.Culture.Peace knowledge portal and our YouTube channel.

Held virtually from 24-28 January 2022, Climate.Culture.Peace was a week filled with engaging discussions, interesting presentations and inspiring performances. The playlist includes panels, ignite talks, workshops, climate open mics, youth forums, discussion forums and keynotes.

More than 1440 people from 113 countries registered for the conference, with even more joining via livestreams on YouTube and the official Facebook page.

Climate.Culture.Peace is a knowledge-building initiative aimed at exploring the interconnections between culture, climate change, peace and disaster resilience. A growing knowledge portal accompanies the virtual conference to build a globally applicable foundation for engaging culture and heritage in climate action and advancing Net Zero emissions.

The portal will remain an active hub for connecting for the coming two years. If you would like to join the initiative, please email and describe what capacity you would like to contribute to.

Case studies and a report on reflections from the conference will be released soon.

This initiative is generously supported by the British Council’s Cultural Protection Fund (CPF) in partnership with the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and seeks the participation from all CPF target countries.