We are building a global cultural movement that's inspiring big, bold, and beautiful climate action.
Arts and culture to inspire action for a just and thriving world.
What are your Human Impacts? Climate change is complex and often overwhelming. We also know that caring about something doesn’t necessarily lead us to meaningful impact. We make action personal and practical by highlighting new voices of leadership, connecting you to solutions in engaging ways, and welcoming you to a diverse, creative community that is addressing the root causes of the climate crisis.
How We Do It
Become a HII Crew Member!
We are currently looking for a part-time Environmental Educator/Community Coordinator to help us with our NYC-based programming. Sound like you? Apply today!
Only NYC-based applicants will be considered!
Amplify Youth Voices!
We are proud to invite young climate leaders to join our latest storytelling project - Artivism and Amplfiers. This story library is for amplifying the demands and visions for the future from youth from communties most impacted by the climate crisis.
Join us in sharing your important climate stories today!
Become a HII Member!
Check out our newest membership program with a special book and film club, chats with leaders in environmental justice, and special networking events with others committed to creative climate justice action!
Join the Creative Climate Awards 2024!
We are proud to announce our open call for the 2024 Creative Climate Awards, with the theme of Solutions from the Frontlines.
WHAT WE ACCEPT: All 2D works, films (shorts and features), 3D works (sculptures and installations), as well as performances (dance, theater, music, etc).
NOTE: Artists are responsible for costs of shipping works to and from NYC.
Submissions are due by March 10th, 2024.
Become a HII Intern!
Applications are open for our summer internship program, which is offered in-person in NYC and Marseille, as well as virtually. If you are passionate about climate justice and creativity, we'd love to see your application!
Image from Carolyn Monastra