Scotland’s Climate Assembly & Cultural Sector event: outputs & resources

8th July 2021

Image credit: Jules Scheele

This page presents some documentation from this special event, held on 29th June and organised by Culture for Climate Scotland and Scotland's Climate Assembly.

Scotland’s Climate Assembly & the Cultural Sector event outputs and resources


Videos of the event speakers (listed below) are available in this Vimeo showcase.

  • Introduction – Hazel Darwin-Clements
  • A freelance perspective – Fadzai Mwakutuya
  • Community empowerment & the CULTIVATE (Culture Collective) project – Claire Dufour
  • Carbon literacy and National Theatre of Scotland – Adam McDougall
  • Circular economy & Circular Arts Network – Kate V Robertson
  • Reframing how we measure success – Dr Katherine Trebeck (Wellbeing Economy Alliance perspective)
  • Reframing how we measure success – Scott Crawford Morrison (cultural sector perspective) – You can also read Scott’s talk and recommendations for the sector here.

Videos about Scotland’s Climate Assembly that were played during the event:


These art works were created during the event, by live illustrators Jenny Capon (of the More than Minutes collective), Rosie Cunningham, Alice Dansey-Wright and Jules Scheele.

To see a full-size image, click on the image once, then click it again on the next page. Time-lapse videos of the illustration process of two of the illustrators are included at the bottom of this page.

Two of the artists captured their illustration process in these timelapse videos:

Jenny Capon – Reframing how we measure success


Jenny Capon – Community empowerment and 20-minute neighbourhoods


Rosie Cunningham – all event topics

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