This dialogue will showcase the role that arts, culture and heritage can play in achieving a climate-resilient world. It will highlight culture-based strategies between cultural actors and stakeholders across sectors. It will explore how to overcome the barriers to deliver 1.5-degree pathways especially on food and agriculture and cities and the built environment.
• Angélica Arias Benavides, Minister of Culture and Heritage of Ecuador
• Julianne Polanco, State of California
• Shanon Miller, City of San Antonio
• Saúl Vicente Vázquez, Instituto Nacional de los Pueblos Indígenas (INPI) del Gobierno de México
• Amanda Millin, Scripts Institution of Oceanography (traditional pacific aquaculture systems)
• Closing Remarks:TBC