First there was
- remember 'An Inconvenient Truth'
Branching out we have:
Climate Change on Canvas
"Further evidence of important environmental information content in red-to-green ratios as depicted in paintings by great masters", see here
Where the artist is interested in 'showing the forces that are shaping change in nature and to do so, she works closely with scientists who are documenting and measuring our planet's environmental transformations.' The artist's studio is described as ' a place where art and science live together and inform each other.' http://www.newsworks.org/index.php/local/the-pulse/65983-documenting-climate-change-through-art
At the Chemical Heritage Foundation in Philadelphia ,' artists wrestle with how to represent the information of climate change, or what is more colloquially referred to as “global warming”. '
'IMAGINE2020 are eleven European performing arts venues and festivals who support artistic work that explores causes and effects of climate change
'More than 3,000 performing arts professionals from two-dozen countries expected at annual performing artists conference this month in New York City, with climate change the focus in two sessions.'
Are you an ECO POET? Climate science needs YOU
UEA offers EcoPoetry
The ' brainchild of [a] senior scientist at the Climatic Research Unit at the University of East Anglia
And last but not least, a little less hi-brow, don't miss
The Music Video
As with an older religion, are we soon going to witness a growth in art that is ripe with allegorical allusions of death and resurrection? Will heretics (see the music video) be banished? If my memory serves me well, at one time in the story of civilization, did not art precede science. Do we perhaps sit on the precipe of a (another) meta-paradigm shift (once again)?