Inspiring Climate Action Through Storytelling

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Wednesday, March 10, 2021

4:30 – 6:30 PM

How can our personal stories inspire action on climate change, environmental justice, and broader sustainability issues? Through his work leading the Climate Narrative Project, Jeff Biggers explores climate storytelling as a way to bridge the gap between climate science and activism. At this workshop, Biggers will teach Wesleyan and Middletown students how to creatively develop stories that spur activism.

RSVP by March 3: bit.ly/climateworkshop

This workshop is sponsored by Wesleyan University’s Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life,Green Fund, College of the Environment, Shapiro Writing Center, Fries Center for Global Studies, Creative Campus Initiative, Sustainability Office and Resource Center; City of Middletown; Rockfall Foundation; the Jonah Center for Earth and Art; ARTFARM; Middletown Public Schools; and Middlesex Community College.

Date

Mar 10 2021
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Time

4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
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