This year marks the third edition of the Euskadi Climate and Energy Week, ASTEKLIMA, from September 23 to October 2, promoted by the Department of Economic Development, Sustainability and the Environment of the Basque Government, through the entities EVE public. Entity of Energy and Ihobe. The objective of this initiative is to raise awareness and mobilize citizens about the essential energy and climate transition, and for this purpose a multitude of activities have been organized in different parts of the Basque Autonomous Community, including San Sebastián. The Cristina Enea Foundation will offer an extensive program at Cristina Enea and Ulía, aimed at people of all ages. José Mª Hernández, director of the Cristina Enea Foundation, has pointed out that “We want to bring the problem of climate change closer to citizens, using simple and didactic language”.
The programming will be as follows:
- Exhibition ‘Garbage does not exist’ (opening on September 22 and guided tour on Saturday September 24). Through its projects, the Basurama collective tries to momentarily subvert, or at least explain, the relentless machine of production, consumption and waste to suggest that we can think of the materials and objects that surround us in another way, which, as recyclers and junk dealers announce Garbage doesn’t exist…
- Children’s workshop ‘Climate change: a hot game’ (September 24, 11:30 a.m., at Cristina Enea). Didactic workshop for families where the impact that climate change is going to have, and is having, on people living in different parts of the planet is analysed, in a very entertaining way. The actions that citizens can take and their impact in the fight against climate change and the personal efforts that could entail are also analyzed from a playful point of view. inscriptions, here.
- Children’s workshop Where has autumn gone? (September 25 and October 2, 11:30 a.m., at Cristina Enea). The seasons of the year are no longer what they used to be… summer seems to be getting longer and spring is getting warmer and more ephemeral, it escapes us almost without realizing it. And what about autumn? How does the global change influence Cristina Enea’s autumn? registrations here.
- Screening of the film ‘Nanuk, the Eskimo’, with live music by pianist Juantxo Zeberio (September 30, 7:30 p.m., at Cristina Enea). Highly acclaimed documentary, pioneer and model, which narrates the harsh living conditions of an Eskimo family in the arctic. The musician Juantxo Zeberio will accompany the projection performing several live pieces on the piano.
- Workshop ‘Birds and climate change’ (October 1, 11:00 a.m., at the Ulía Interpretation Center). Climate change is, without a doubt, one of the main challenges that we have on the table throughout the world. This change affects most elements of nature, including birds. We can observe changes in areas such as migratory seasons or their physical characteristics. registrations here.
- Children’s workshop ‘Doctor Gork and his friends’ (October 2, 11:30 a.m., at the Ulía Interpretation Center). Dr. Gork has traveled extensively around the world and is well acquainted with the ways of life and customs of animals in every corner. He has made excellent friends on these trips and it is always a pleasure to hear from him through letters, messages or rumours. But the last letter he has received has left him really worried. registrations here.
Most of the activities will have a symbolic price, and that money will be used as a deposit, as a guarantee to cover the places for the activities. Those who register and participate in the activity will have their money returned as a discount voucher to be used in shops that promote sustainable and responsible consumption.