Event | Think Globally, Act Locally: Space to Imagine, Time to Act

13 May 2021, Radical Late online - Think Globally, Act Locally: Space to Imagine, Time to Act with People's History Museum. Image of PHM staff on Global Climate Strike, Manchester, 20 September 2019, courtesy of People's History Museum
13 May 2021, Radical Late online - Think Globally, Act Locally: Space to Imagine, Time to Act with People's History Museum. Image courtesy of Amita Sevellaraja, Instagram @volap
13 May 2021, Radical Late online - Think Globally, Act Locally: Space to Imagine, Time to Act with People's History Museum. Breakout session two image © Pooja Kishinani
13 May 2021, Radical Late online - Think Globally Act, Locally: Space to Imagine, Time to Act with People's History Museum. Breakout session three Image of window farm by SparkCBC, licensed under CC


Resources from the event

Space to Imagine, Time to Act

13 May 2021, Radical Late online with People's History Museum - 'Space to Imagine, Time to Act' visual minutes. Image © temjam.com

‘Space to Imagine, Time to Act’ was a topic discussed and captured through visual minutes by artist Temujen Gunawardena.

Suitable for ages 11+

See the discussion come to life

Climate Change is a Justice Issue

13 May 2021, Radical Late online with People's History Museum - 'Climate Change is a Justice Issue' visual minutes. Image © temjam.com

‘Climate Change is a Justice Issue’ was a topic discussed and captured through visual minutes by artist Temujen Gunawardena.

Suitable for ages 11+

See the discussion come to life

Build a window farm

Hydroponics experiment by artist Colette Whittington. Image courtesy of People's History Museum

Make a hydroponic experiment to build your own window farm.  Recycling a plastic drink bottle with a bit of fabric and some gravel, get your first crop planted.

Suitable for ages 7+

Get growing

Create a multi-ended story

'Stories are a way we can empathise with someone else's experience ... feel connected and know that we could be similarly understood.' Storytelling at People's History Museum

Discover the power of storytelling in addressing climate grief and create a multi-ended story where the reader chooses the destiny of the planet.

Suitable for ages 7+

Create your story
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