Track Zero aims to deliver creative platforms for the arts, science and others, to inspire transformative climate action – working together to build a resilient, carbon-neutral society that is fair for all of us. We organise projects and events to create a dialogue, increasing awareness around the urgency of the response that is needed. We offer informative resources on climate change and climate action initiatives. We actively seek collaboration with artists, scientists and other sectors to tell the climate story in ways that engage people’s hearts and minds so they feel empowered to act on climate change – the biggest cultural challenge of our time.

Human-induced climate change is affecting our food, livelihoods, security and our very existence. The Paris Agreement aims to keep temperature rise this century well below 2ºC and drive efforts to limit the increase to 1.5ºC. Scientists tell us we have a critical window – less than a decade – to act to prevent climate events that may be beyond civilisation’s capacity to adapt. The urgent response needed is not being matched by action.

Get involved

Help increase awareness and spread the word, start conversations in your communities, create change. See our handy resources.

Collaborate

Calling all interested artists to connect and collaborate.

Donate

Help people to engage and feel inspired to take climate action by making a donation.

Get involved

Help increase awareness and spread the word, start conversations in your communities, create change. See our handy resources.

Collaborate

Calling all interested artists to connect and collaborate

Donate

Help people to engage and feel inspired to take climate action by making a donation.

What’s on

What if Climate Change was Purple?

We are excited to announce a new collaborative project, running from August 2019 to May 2021, that will bring together artists & scientists to create artworks that inspire climate action. Read more

Applications are now closed.  Thank you for your interest in the project. We look forward to announcing successful applicants in late October 2019.

Making the heart leap in joy, and anger: Why art is pivotal to our climate response

Carla van Zon, former artistic director of the Auckland Arts Festival, issues a call for artists to make their voices heard in the battle against climate change.

Read this opinion piece

Thanking creative practitioners

Many of the images of art on our website have kindly been provided by creative practitioners showing what they’re already doing in response to an aspect of climate change and sustainability. Working with others, we hope to support creative practitioners to do more, contributing to our collective response to climate change.

Track Zero is an independent charity that aims to deliver creative platforms working with the arts, science and other sectors, to inspire transformative climate change action.
TRACK ZERO™ is a Trade Mark of the Track Zero Trust.
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