Led by scientist Niamh Shaw and Dublin City Council in consultation with the community of Crumlin, Creative Climate Action Crumlin will activate a series of climate projects to raise awareness, enhance the natural world and change lifestyles.
Decarbonising Together will see five Limerick community groups identify an aspect of decarbonisation that matters to them and then work with a creative partner to explore and enable behavioural change in their daily lives.
Stories of Change is an intergenerational creative roadshow travelling to four counties that will showcase local solutions to the climate crisis through the visual medium of photography, storytelling and food.
The KinShip Project will engage the public on climate action through a community creative action programme at Tramore Valley Park, a 170-acre park developed on a reclaimed landfill site in Cork City.
Rising is an interdisciplinary arts project led by Brokentalkers Theatre and TCD. It will support the communities of Dublin’s Docklands to creatively explore the complexities of climate change, inspire local action and act as a model for communities nationally.
Línte na Farraige is a set of striking visual light installations designed by Finnish artists that will be placed across three Irish coastal sites in counties Dublin, Wexford and Galway. The installations consist of illuminated horizontal lines that represent future sea levels and storm surges.
Ripple will use a co-design process to explore how the community of Ballina can reimagine and transform their local green space through the use of water as a resource and as a means to improve climate resilience.
A creative collaboration with local artists, poets, historians, videographers and musicians, iconic Dublin football club Bohemian FC has announced The Bohemian Way walking trail. It intents to use creative methods to build real change within communities to fight climate change.