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Beautiful Landscape

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

EDUCATION

Developing leadership skills and tools for resiliency through hands-on learning, mentorship and community service.

Storytelling

Amplifying extraordinary voices of leadership and innovation through personal narratives.

EXHIBITS

Celebrating creative approaches to communicating and engaging people in the future we want.

CONVERSATION

Exploring local solutions with diverse audiences in inspiring settings.

Announcements

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Join our Book Club!

Looking for some great Environmental and Social reading?

Join our book club for inspiring reads and conversations facilitated by HII Board Members. This book club is a perfect opportunity to dive into critical environmental and social topics. How to Join? Order from your Library or support a local bookstore then register to attend the upcoming exciting online conversation thru Eventbrite.

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Join the HII Youth Advisory Council (YAC)

Apply now to join our Youth Advisory Council

 

Calling all 18-28-year-olds fluent in English, French, or Spanish! Here's your chance to represent us at meetings and events, earn a stipend, and explore podcasting while enhancing your visibility. Get mentorship, priority access to global forums, and help shape impactful projects. 

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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!

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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!

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Join the Urban Environmental Health Lab Fellowship!

Apply to be a UEHL Fellow by June 20, 2024 to join us in building a healthier and more resilient NYC!

We are seeking applicants for the fellowship program, which aims to showcase how community-based leadership and creativity are central to the health and wellbeing of our city. This paid fellowship brings together youth, artists, and health advocates to address environmental health threats and promote pollution prevention tools through interactive exhibits, community workshops, and environmental testing. 

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TAKE A LOOK

Creative Climate Awards 2024!

We are proud to share the success of our 2024 Creative Climate Awards, themed "Solutions from the Frontlines."

From April 21st to May 20th, we hosted a month-long exhibit featuring artists from over 30 countries who inspired climate action with their works. The event included art & action chats, projections on the Manhattan Bridge and BQE, celebrations, and more!

Thank you to everyone who joined us and contributed to making this event memorable. You can check out the highlights and learn more about the works and discussions that took place.

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APPLY TODAY

Become an 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!

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Our Impact

What are your Human Impacts? Ours include building collaborations between artists and scientists, policymakers, activists, and educators and developing over 25,000 hours of creative climate programming to audiences across the globe. We are ready to do more.

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873+
educational events

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324,000+
program participants

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25,600+
volunteer hours

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100+
exhibits curated

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