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Tp presentation gala
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  • 1. Alan Dixalan@tippingpoint.org.uk
  • 2. 3 0 02 5 02 0 04 5 0 3 0 0 1 5 0 01 5 04 5 04 0 03 5 06 0 05 5 05 0 07 0 06 5 0Vostok RecordIPCC IS92a Scenario2100Now
  • 3. Why…Present emission trends put theworld plausibly on a path toward 4°C[7°F] warming within the centuryWorld Bank“The world is currently on a trajectory to6 degrees [11 degrees Fahrenheit]”International Energy Agency
  • 4. Central beliefs• Climate change will dominate our lives inthe twenty first century• The arts have a crucial role to play inhelping people understand the paradigmshifts taking place and needed
  • 5. 20 events to date• 50 – 200 people• 2 or 3 days• All over the world – UK, France, Belgium, Norway, USA,Australia, India, Germany• Mix of artists and „experts‟ – on climate,transport, consumerism, etc• Process: presentations, group work,creative exercises, Open Space, etc• The aim – to create a stimulatingatmosphere that helps generate new ideas
  • 6. Potsdam,Germany
  • 7. PhilipPullman,Oxford, England
  • 8. Sydney, Australia
  • 9. Oxford, England
  • 10. Bengaluru, IndiaCapeTown, SouthAfrica
  • 11. Newcastle,England
  • 12. Feedback• It was one of the most important exercises Ive ever taken part in -timely, imaginatively set up, and profoundly necessary. PhilipPullman, Author• I thought it was fantastic – stimulating and challenging – and justthe right balance of learning and sharing. John Fulljames, ArtisticDirector, the Opera Group• For me it was a truly significant experience, one that has sincecaused a profound shift in my perception of the world and the way Iengage with it. Cornelia Parker, Artist• I found the event hugely valuable - I can hardly think about muchelse yet. It was a privilege to be there. John Ashton, the ForeignSecretary’s Special Representative on Climate Change.• It became clear that climate change is not just about understandingcomplex nonlinear systems; it is about relationships andcommunication among people who experience the environment indifferent ways Professor Karen O’Brien
  • 13. What we would like to do• Find a partner(s) who would like to work withus to hold an event – with UK and localattendance• Themes could include:– Climate change– Transportation– Consumerism• Can also link to– Commissions– Public events
  • 14. My Last CarCar Love Meets Climate Change
  • 15. Exhibition – Performance – Community Action• Collect car stores from around the world• Take a car to pieces and build a gallerydisplay• Make film, video and images• Interview climate scientists• Create a performance• Work with communities to create their owninterventions
  • 16. Everyone Has a Car Story• No car guilt• No rhetoric• Lots of car love• Memories of human events, specialmoments, great places
  • 17. Change Is Coming• The car is old technology• Everyone knows this• Change is inevitable• But no-one knows how or when

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