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Frieze Los Angeles is supporting three brilliant projects. Scroll down to vote on who should get their support and learn more about each of the projects

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Frieze Los Angeles is supporting three brilliant sustainability projects. Your vote will influence the support each project receives

Renewable cooking equipment in India

Providing households in rural India access to 100% renewable biomass cookers

Kelp forest and fish

Kelp restoration Santa Monica Bay

Restoring kelp forests to address climate change while enriching ocean life

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Forest and biodiversity conservation

Locally-led, locally-directed and locally-requested forest conservation

Frieze Los Angeles Projects

Three inspirational projects. Learn more about them, choose your favourite, and support them directly.

Renewable cooking equipment in India

Cooking on biogas is better for health, climate and the environment and saves households time and money. This project gives households in rural India access to 100% renewable energy for cooking. The project is Fairtrade and Gold Standard certified, ensuring that a fair, minimum income is generated for the families it supports.

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Kelp forest and fish

Kelp restoration Santa Monica Bay

The kelp forest ecosystems off the southern California coast are known to be some of the most diverse and productive ecosystems in the world. They are vital for providing habitat and food for over 700 marine species and protect neighbouring coastlines from erosion and pull in carbon dioxide from the ocean as they grow. Thus, kelp forests are a great way to address climate change while enriching our ocean with life.

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Forest and biodiversity conservation

Working alongside Art to Acres, this project enables locally-led, locally-directed and locally-requested conservation. The funds raised will support support diverse communities in conserving the lands on which they have historically lived. Art to Acres is an artist-founded, non-profit environmental initiative. Founded in 2017, with an initial donation by Life Trustee of the Museum of Modern Art Agnes Gund, the non-profit supports large-scale land conservation with a focus on climate, Indigenous peoples and beta-diversity.

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Inspiration for a sustainable life

How to combat climate anxiety

After a summer dominated by climate emergencies – from historic droughts in Europe and wildfires in the US, to heatwaves in China and the worst floods in Pakistan this century – it’s all too easy to feel overwhelmed. In the face of bad news for the planet, try these ways to repurpose your climate anxiety as fuel for positive change.

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