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Monday, 17 April, 2023

Taipei –  細着藝術 SUAVEART has joined the Climate Heritage Network (CHN) following the approval of its membership application by the Network’s international Steering Committee on 14 April.

Said Shanon Miller, CHN Co-Chair and Director of the City of San Antonio Office of Historic Preservation:

“Each new member of the Climate Heritage Network reflects the growing consensus that to tackle climate change, we must unlock the power of culture from arts to heritage to help people imagine and realise low carbon, just, climate resilient futures.”

The Climate Heritage Network was launched in October 2019 in Edinburgh, UK, by organisations from around the world seeking to mobilise art, culture and heritage for climate action. Founding members shared a common concern that the power of culture to drive transformative climate action was not being fully realized and a recognition that business-as-usual leads to an ever-warming globe with catastrophic consequences for the planet, its peoples, and their cultures and heritage.

The CHN aims to unlock culture’s potential by connecting cultural voices to each other and to partners across diverse artistic mediums, regional scales, and economic sectors. The new CHN members reflect this diversity. They include government bodies from the national, regional and local levels; universities and research organisations; cultural institutions; NGOs and civil society; and businesses, artists, and design professionals.

Climate change is a global phenomenon. The new members approved on 14 April are drawn from the CHN’s Africa and the Arab States, Asia-Pacific, Europe, and Latin America and the Caribbean region The CHN works to promote solidarity with communities on the frontlines of climate change.

Last year the CHN launched its new Action Plan for 2022-24. The Plan is based on a Theory of Change which posits that culture – from arts to heritage – enables transformative climate action by empowering people to imagine and realise low-carbon, just, climate resilient futures.

In November at the 2022 UN Climate Conference, COP27, the parties to the UN Climate Convention acknowledged the critical linkages between culture, heritage and climate change by including these themes in decisions they took and programs they launched addressing loss and damage, climate adaptation, and climate action in cities and urban areas. 2023 will see CHN members working to build on these successes.

Andrew Potts, CHN Coordinator said:

“On their own, CHN member organisations are implementing programmes, taking climate action, and doing climate change research. Together, through the CHN, they seek nothing less than to reimagine a global system of climate planning that is failing to keep 1.5° alive and deliver transformative adaption by filling a crucial gap – attention to the cultural dimensions of the climate emergency.” 

“With every conversation, every new partner, every opportunity, we advance culture-based climate action. Cultural heritage supports communities towards a low carbon, resilient future.  Further, faster, together,” said Arq Angélica Arias of the Instituto Metropolitano de Patrimonio de Quito and the CHN’s Co-Chair for Latin America and the Caribbean.

For more information, contact: Climate Heritage Network Secretariat,

What is the Climate Heritage Network? 

The Climate Heritage Network is a global network whose members are committed to mobilising arts, culture and heritage to address climate change and support communities in achieving the ambitions of the Paris Agreement. Launched in 2019, the CHN seeks to scale up culture-based climate action and to foreground the cultural dimensions of climate policy through coordination and cooperation among its members. CHN members work with all types of culture including arts and music; museums and libraries; landscapes, heritage sites and archaeology; and intangible heritage, traditional knowledge, and Indigenous ways of knowing. CHN members include units of government at all levels, Indigenous Peoples’ organisations, civil society, universities, cultural institutions, artists, creative industries, and design and other businesses.


2023年4月17日 星期一

台北 — 細着藝術 SUAVEART 已於4月14日獲得氣候遺產網絡(Climate Heritage Network, CHN)國際指導委員會批准,正式加入該組織。

沙農・米勒 (Shanon Miller) 是氣候遺產網絡的聯合主席,以及聖安東尼奧歷史保護辦公室的主任。她表示:「氣候遺產網絡的每個新成員都反映著越來越多的共識,那就是為了因應氣候變遷,我們必須釋放文化的力量,從藝術到文化遺產,幫助人們想像並實現低碳、公正、適應氣候的未來。




去年 CHN 啟動了2022-24年的新行動計劃。這個計劃立基於一個改變理論,其認定文化 (從藝術到文化遺產) 能透過賦予人們想象和實現低碳、公正並具有氣候韌性的未來,來促進顛覆性的氣候行動。

2022年11月,在第27屆聯合國氣候變遷大會 (COP27) 上,聯合國氣候公約締約方承認文化、文化遺產與氣候變遷之間的重要關聯,將這些主題納入其如何應對損失和損害、氣候適應,以及城市和市區的氣候行動方面所做的決策和項目中。2023年,CHN 成員將努力在這些成功的基礎上持續推進。

CHN 召集人安德魯.波茨 (Andrew Potts) 表示:「CHN 成員組織正在獨立實施計劃,採取氣候行動並進行氣候變遷研究。透過 CHN 的共同努力,他們力求重新構想全球氣候規劃體系,以解決現有體系無法達成控制1.5°C升溫目標和實現氣候適應的問題。他們認為,填補未受到關注的文化維度關鍵缺口,將會是實現顛覆性氣候行動的重要一環。

我們隨著每一段對話、每一位新夥伴、每一次機會,推進基於文化的氣候行動。文化遺產支持社群走向低碳且具氣候韌性的未來,更遠、更快、一起前進。」基多都市文化遺產研究所的亞克.安潔莉卡.阿里亞斯 (Arq Angélica Arias) 表示,她同時也是 CHN 拉丁美洲和加勒比地區的聯合主席。



氣候遺產網絡 (Climate Heritage Network, CHN) 是一個全球網絡,其成員致力於動員藝術、文化和文化遺產,以應對氣候變遷,並支持社群實現巴黎協定的志向。CHN 於2019年成立,目標在透過成員間的協調與合作,擴大以文化為基礎的氣候行動,並突顯氣候政策的文化維度。CHN 成員涉及各類型文化,包括藝術、音樂、博物館和圖書館、地景、文化遺址和考古、以及非物質文化遺產、傳統和本土知識。CHN 成員包括各級政府單位、原住民組織、公民社會、大學、文化機構、藝術家、創意產業、設計和其他企業等。

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