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Positive and Powerful Climate Conversations

We know that a majority of people feel worried and anxious about the climate and ecological emergency, we know that most people want urgent action and are willing to speak up to help make that happen. But do we always feel confident about starting those conversations? And do we understand which communication tools and tactics really work to help engage our friends and family, our colleagues and bosses, businesses and decision makers, to join us in treating this as an emergency? 

 

Over the summer we’ll be sharing a new six part guide exploring how each of us can have positive and powerful conversations about climate change with the people in our lives. You’ll find it released weekly in our Journal, or click here to find out more and get it sent straight to your inbox each week, plus a free month’s membership of our new online community, The Something Club. 

Your Voice: An exhibition

We are delighted that both our community pom pom meadow from the Say No To The Mow campaign, and the short film we created for The Girl Who Wouldn’t Give Up will be going on display as part of the Your Voice exhibition at The Wales Millennium Centre. 

 

Our displays will be joining an amazing collection of artworks from all parts of Wales – from Pembrokeshire to Newport, Builth Wells to Caernarfon, and by artists aged 4 to 90 years old. The pieces include paintings, spoken word recordings, digital art, photography, installation, mixed media and film, capturing the experiences of the nation. 

 

Book your free tickets here.

Summer of Smiles

Summer of Smiles is Cardiff’s festival for children and young people running from 25th June – 29th August 2021.

 

You’ll be able to find us on the festival site with some collaborative climate art from July 20th – 25th, and again from the 27th – 30th. 

 

Book your free festival site tickets here. 

Grassroots @ Summer of Smiles

We’ll also be joining the Grasssroots team at Summer of Smiles for seed bombs and beeswax wrap making on Tuesday 3rd August, 1:30 – 7:00pm. 

 

Come and have a go, learn a new skills, and find out how we can protect pollinators and use less plastics. 

 

Book your free festival tickets here. 

Subatomic Circus

Cardiff Science Festival are bringing you more science fun at the free, family friendly Subatomic Circus on August 18th.


Come and discover science activities and street entertainment around Cathays Park – we’ll be there with our pop up wildflower meadow, crafts, and storytelling. 

 

Book your free tickets here. 

Scraps to Hacks @ St Fagans Food Festival

We’re delighted to be back at the St Fagans Food Festival, which is continuing in its virtual form this year. 

 

We’ll be sharing more of our simple food scrap hacks to help you save money and waste less. You can catch us, alongside The National Botanic Garden Wales and Adam Yn Yr Ardd daily at 4pm on the Museum’s Instagram.