Climate Aid Finland concert

Climate Aid Finland concert

Climate Aid Finland is a concert that brings art and climate work together to activate people through experiences and helps grow carbon storages.
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The Climate Aid Finland concert is held at the end of the Climate Aid week on 23.11. The concert, which takes place in Musiikkitalo, is a multi-disciplinary art experience about climate change. It is free to the public. The performers include 150 volunteer orchestra musicians and choir members. Their works convey messages from different centuries.

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Climate Aid in brief

The Climate Aid week takes place in 18. – 24.11.2019 and includes science, arts, hope and action. The week is supported by Sitra.

In addition to experiences, Climate Aid offers an opportunity to help in a concrete way. Climate Aid collects small and large donations, which will be used to grow carbon storages – swamps and forests – both in Finland and elsewhere in the world.

The home of the Climate Aid movement is Citizen Forum and the movement has been made possible by numerous people and organizations. The movement is supported by Sitra (main sponsor), EK, SAK, STTK, Akava, S-ryhmä, Fortum, Helen, Neste, Tieto, Varma, Positive Impact and Ellun Kanat.

Read more about the Climate Aid week and the donations

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