The Climate Connection brings people around the world together to meet the challenges of climate change. Through arts and culture, education and the English language, it is about ideas, innovation and real change.
The Climate Connection
In partnership with the OK Magazine China, we invited the young artists from China to speak about their support for the Climate Connection.
three locations across London will give visitors the chance to explore British Council Creative Commissions. All the exhibitions are free.
His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales visited the British Council with climate change a significant focus in the lead up to COP26.
The Climate Connection is a ten-part podcast series from the British Council which explores the relationship between the climate crisis and language education.
Art can be a powerful tool in changing people's perception.
Register to attend the Global Youth Letter, an urgent call to action for society’s leaders and emerging climate champions to unite to end the climate emergency.
Whether you’re an early career researcher, working on climate change projects - or simply passionate about explaining climate science to new audiences - we would love to hear from you.
The British Council has published new research looking at how we can create the conditions for international co-operation on climate change.
Get inspired by watching documentaries about how ten UK alumni built successful green careers.
We’re looking for short films about the great climate change work taking place in your schools and communities.
This series of twelve lesson plans provides teachers with step-by-step guidance and resources. They are an ideal starting point to help to address issues of sustainability in the classroom.
Young artist Caelan Moriarty speaks about his support for the Climate Connection
Our Chongqing colleagues organised a green challenge called Foliage Fridays to grow plants at their balcony area or room over a 4-week challenge period.
FameLab 2020 global winner Sauradeep Majumdar explains.
Watch the conversation about issues facing the planet and what we can do to meet the challenges of climate change.
Climate Action in Language Education focused on climate action and environmental sustainability in English language teaching and learning.
Researcher Links Climate Challenge (RLCC) grants are designed to provide financial support to grantees to host virtual research workshops to work on solutions to development challenges.
The ‘Fashion Open Studio International’ which will showcase six to 10 emerging designers from ODA countries who are exploring and championing sustainable design in their work.
The British Council is pleased to announce the launch of a series of Creative Commissions exploring climate change through art, science and digital technology.
Established in 2014, Future News Worldwide aims to assist young people to develop a range of journalism skills and establish the UK as a global leader in nurturing young journalists.
Climate activists Greta Thunberg and George Monbiot tell us how we should use nature to tackle the climate crisis.