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Museums and Social Impact: Climate

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Although the entire program of the 2020 MuseumDigit Conference, organized by the Hungarian National Museum’s National Centre of Museological Methodology and Information is ripe with interesting events, Paviliton C will be especially interesting for anyone interested in museum sector activities addressing climate change and social justice. #MFFrecommends

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Using Art for Climate Change

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Art, performance, climate, activism. Check out the upcoming Climate Cafe of Aberdeen Climate Action, entitled Using Art for Climate Change. #MFFrecommends

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Education for Action

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Join the Climate Museum of New York City for an online celebration of what has already been accomplished and what the future holds for the museum and its extensive community. #MFFrecommends 

Climate Fiction Festival

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Climate Fiction? Yep. Check out this free online literature event to find our what Climate Fiction is and why we already love the idea of it! #MFFrecommends

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Advent, Advent, the earth is on fire … Climate Watch on the Window Sill

Global

As part of a Climate Watch on the Window Sill, candles placed on European window sills can send a signal for the climate and solidarity – everyone acting individually, yet all together, too. Under the hashtag #klimawache2020, everyone can share their own contributions through social media, resulting in an online sea of lights, in line with the motto of "lights out, light a candle". 

Talking Climate: Displacements + Gulf Coast Stories

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The Climate Museum is launching a terrific event series called Second Fridays, kicking off with the discussion series Talking Climate! Join them on the second Friday of every month for conversations about climate and inequality, with additional special events featured throughout the year!

Climate Arts in the Pandemic

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The Climate Museum invites you to watch CLIMATE ARTS IN THE PANDEMIC: A CONVERSATION WITH GABRIELA SALAZAR AND UNA CHAUDHURI

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