The space, place, time and resources for young people in Lewisham to use their power and shape the future, putting them at the forefront of climate justice. This is a place of hope, where change is possible.

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A home of creativity, imagination and community activism, CLIMATE HOME was a temporary, sustainable space, co-designed and built by over a hundred teenagers, primary school children, activists and artists. 

Nestled within the heart of the Richard MacVicar Adventure Playground in Deptford, CLIMATE HOME was a place for young people of all backgrounds to express themselves, amplify their voices, be agents of change, connect with nature, rest and celebrate their people and cultures.


Sounds Like Chaos created a six-week festival of Action and Resistance. Young artists made ecologicl radio stations, theatre shows, podcasts, carnivals and more. They built their own sounds system, their own cafe, chill out zone and nature sanctuary. A celebration of the local community, a festial run by young people for everyone.

CLIMATE HOME provided a range of professional experience, employment, training and leadership skills for young people in the borough.

The Albany and Sounds Like Chaos present CLIMATE HOME as part of We Are Lewisham.







‘The Climate Home Festival space created by Sounds Like Chaos and We Are Lewisham is absolutely incredible. Taking over part of Deptford Adventure Playground, they’ve built a fantastically Mad Max style space for culture and creativity focused on the Climate Crisis. I sort of feel like all cultural activity should be held in spaces like this...’


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Explore the legacy art works



CLIMATE HOME A REFLECTION
by Faruq Adigun

Climate Home, what’s it all about right?

Climate home was created in a bid to find new creative explorative ways to tackle, debate and bring awareness to the climate injustice we as humanity face at the current moment.

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THE RIGHT TO PLAY
A new film by VIDEOfeet and children from the Richard MacVicar Deptford Adventure Playground

Why is play so important? Hear from children at an Adventure Playground in Lewisham.

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CLIMATE HOME IN PICTURES
by Ines Yearwood-Sanchez

Experience CLIMATE HOME through the eyes of resident phographer Ines Yearwood-Sanchez.

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ART & ACTIVISM
Interviews with Pip Beatie, Indie Max, Ines Yearwood-Sanchez and Cleo Thompson

Young artists reflect on the role of activism in creativity and the art they make.

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CLIMATE HOME
THE RESIDENTS HANDBOOK

by Zoe Thompson

A zine that captures the work of all the young artists and people who built and visited CLIMATE HOME.

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IT’S GETTING HOT IN HERE A podcast by Phoebe Fairchild 

The podcast is a free-flow conversation with Phoebe and a guest, where every conversation starts with “What do you want the world to know about Climate Change?”

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PEOPLE, PLACES & POETRY
a research project by Aleksa Asme & Kaylah Jackson

A youth led investigation into where young people, aged 14-25 years, go when they’re
not at home or at school, and whether there is a correlation between mental health and
spaces.

Part of the Young Londoner’s Research Programme.

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I’M NOT OK BUT...
a research project by Marlo Savin, Phoebe Fairchild & Rofeda Bougaga

Part of 2.8 Million Minds, The Big Conversation is a youth-led research and development project connecting four youth arts organisations across Lewisham, in this Borough of Culture year, to explore the value of the arts and creativity in supporting young people with their mental health, wellbeing and happiness.

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