2021: a vital year for climate action, the effects of climate change are accelerating around the planet this year, and the UK is hosting COP26. The world's emissions must peak this year if global leaders plan to halt global warming at 1.5C, and they have a lot of work to do.
Adapt, Bird On The Wire, and Music Declares Emergency have joined together to launch the first edition of the Climate Music Blowout. The Blowout is a day where leaders and industry pioneers join in solidarity to share knowledge, tools and support the rebuilding from COVID-19 with climate at the forefront.
The venue are now implementing a £1 restoration levy per ticket at EartH, which looks to raise funds for ongoing works in the building. The majority of these funds will be spent on music education projects for community use, artist studios and maintenance to keep the building functional, as well as improving access facilities for each space. If you have any additional questions about the venue levy don't hesitate to contact the venue on email@example.com.
The venue's food partner, Shuk, will be open in EartH Kitchen all day. Dishes focus on super fresh stuffed pitas and salads inspired by chef Mark Jankel's childhood memories of Tel Aviv's vibrant, multicultural food markets. For more information on Shuk and details on the menu, check out EartH Kitchen's venue page. No booking required; walk-ins only.