Throughout November Dacorum Borough Council is holding a Climate and Ecological Emergency art exhibition in Hemel Hempstead.
The exhibition, held at the Dacorum Creatives Gallery, in the Marlowes Shopping Centre will be showcasing local artists’ sketches, paintings, photos and poems.
It links in with the Conference of the Parties (COP26) – the global climate change conference hosted in Glasgow.
Held in partnership with Herts Visual Arts, the event aims to encourage visitors to reflect on the challenges that lie ahead of us, but also provide an opportunity to learn about the available solutions and inspire people to get involved in local action.
There is an information stall next to the art, which has a variety of leaflets from local environmental groups about what residents can do to reduce their own carbon footprint and other action that they can take locally to support biodiversity.
The initiative, which runs until Sunday November 28, 2021, is part of the Dacorum Climate Action Network which has been established to bring together individuals and organisations to ‘think global and act local’.
Find out more, including details on how to join, on our Dacorum CAN page.