Pervasive Media Studio
Zoe is the Environmental Emergencies Action Researcher, co-producing an inclusive framework of climate action for the creative sector in the South West.
Fri 5 Nov 13:00-14:00
The COP26 Global climate talks in November will shape how governments respond to the climate crisis. We’ll be re-visiting Zoe Rasbash’s reflections on the need for a creative approach to tackling climate change.
As part of Bristol and Bath Creative R+D, Zoe will be working with creative institutions, SMEs, businesses and freelancers to explore and co-develop a framework for climate action.
With a background in climate justice youth organising and policy advocacy, Zoe has campaigned at the local, national and international level for just responses to the climate crisis. She is also a writer on visual arts and the climate emergency.
She previously coordinated the UK Youth Climate Coalition international team, leading the UK youth delegation to the UN Climate Conferences pushing for climate reparations and support for climate migrants. At Amnesty International and Climate Strategies, Zoe worked to ensure international climate activism and research co-produced impactful results with those on the ground. She previously sat as youth representative on the UN Taskforce for Climate Displacement.
Motivated by the exciting opportunity at the intersection of the arts and environmental justice, Zoe is a guest climate editor for Shado-mag, co-founder of Lilith Archive and conducted her masters dissertation on film, gender and the climate emergency.