Climate Risks, Art, and Red Cross Action. Towards a Humanitarian Role for Museums?

Article by Pablo Suarex, who works with the Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre, on unusual options for communicating climate risks and humanitarian work, including through collaboration with artists.

Source: Pablo Suarez, 2016.

Climate Risks, Art, and Red Cross Action. Towards a Humanitarian Role for Museums?
http://www.internationaleonline.org/research/politics_of_life_and_death/47_climate_risks_art_and_red_cross_action_towards_a_humanitarian_role_for_museums

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