We looked around and realised maybe we’d have to do it, because if we don’t do it nobody else will. We can’t just expect other people to step up and act for us anymore.

Staging Change – 28 June 2019

‘Unsurprisingly, the climate crisis figures strongly in the programme, with 1.5 Degrees Live! taking inspiration from the public readings of the Chilcot Report on the Iraq war to read the IPCC report over 50 hour-long slots.’

The Guardian – 5 June 2019

‘Global warming and the effects on our planet is one of the big themes at the Fringe this year, and the IPCC (United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) report is being read in full by 100 different people during 1.5 Degrees Live! – a 50-hour event spread over five days.’

The Herald – 5 June 2019

‘For those truly committed to the cause, there’s 1.5 Degrees Live!, where the IPCC report on climate change is being read in full by 100 different people over 50-hours spread over five days.’

The Skinny – 5 June 2019