Climate Impact Program

The PST ART Climate Impact Program is a groundbreaking integration of climate action, community building, and data reporting as part of Getty's landmark recurring arts event, PST ART, which brings together more than 70 exhibiting institutions throughout Southern California for Art & Science Collide.

The Climate Impact Program provides participating organizations with education, resources, and tools to build community and take lasting climate action, as well as a framework for completing climate impact reports related to PST ART exhibitions. The program’s objectives are to build climate fluency among Southern California arts professionals, unite climate action across partner sites, and collect climate impact reports to create a data-backed regional understanding of the collective climate impact of exhibition-making in the Southern California arts and culture sector. Climate action and reporting at partner sites is self-directed and voluntary, with a majority of partner organizations participating.

The Climate Impact Program is led by LHL Consulting and is made available to all PST ART partners presenting exhibitions for Art & Science Collide.