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World Weather Network, How's the Weather, by Miles Blacket_still BY-NC-ND

Special Report: How's the Weather?

From sunrise to sunset on the solstice of 21 June 2022, artists and their collaborators responded to the question: how’s the weather?

Your weather is our weather.

A special report from the World Weather Network, How’s the Weather? is a short film co-created with participating artists and community members from across the Network’s 28 artist-led weather stations; a window into the diversity of our climate, it challenges us to think, listen, learn and act.

Watch the full film at

A film by Miles Blacket, created in collaboration with artists and filmmakers across the World Weather Network.

Contributors (in order of appearance):
Layne Waerea
Atul Bhalla
Cristina Iglesias
Norm Foley; filmmaker: Richard Sykes
Akeel Khreef
Vibeke Mascini and Kiek Bangert
Mr Lawal; filmmakers: Femi Johnson and Anthony Dike
Einar Falur Ingólfsson
Abi Palmer
Sherko Abbas
Derek Tumala
Donatella Delpiano
Murad El Zagal; filmmaker: Brent Galotera
Tuomas Mattila
Brenda Folstad; filmmaker: John J Wolbers
Gidree Bawlee
Natalia Tsoukala
Luz Maria Bedoya
Merve Unsal
Hiroshi Sugimoto
Zhao Xiaoxiao
Moon Kyungwon and Jeon Joonho
Amy Watson

Special thanks to: Utrecht University, faculty of veterinary medicine, TXINTXUA FILMS, Marian Fernandez and Asier Altuna, Aitona Julian, Donostia/San Sebastian City Council

World Weather Network is an alliance of 28 arts agencies around the world, formed in response to the climate crisis and biodiversity loss; read more about the project here