In Edinburgh, David Abram, author of The Spell of the Sensuous, and Being Animal: An Earthy Cosmology, gives a public talk.
In London, Arcola's Green Sundays return with a focus on recycling and upcycling.
In the bookshops, David Rothenberg's Survival of the Beautiful investigates why nature is beautiful and how it has influenced science, Brendon Larson explores how metaphors entangle scientific facts with social values and Mojisola Adebayo's Plays One includes 'Moj of the Antarctic: An African Odyssey'.
There's a new funding stream for public art by Creative Scotland, and a call for runners to participate in NVA's Speed of Light at the Edinburgh Festival.
On the international scene, Conversation between Trees uses sensors and mobile phones in the forest canopies in Brazil and the UK to communicate the light and colour of the trees and the changing climate around them.
Closer to home, Culture and Climate Change: Recordings is available as an online pdf and publication.