Climate Stories Project gives a voice to the emotional and personal impacts that climate change is having on our lives. Often, we discuss climate change only from the impersonal perspective of science or the contentious realm of politics. Today, though, more and more of us are feeling the effects of climate change on a personal and community level. Climate Stories Project allows people from around the world to share their stories and to engage with climate change in a direct way.
How are you responding to climate change? Tell your story!
Are you a teacher? Climate Stories Project facilitates climate storytelling workshops with high school and college students! Please visit the education page and contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
John Sinnok, an Iñupiat elder, speaks about climate change in Shishmaref, Alaska.
This spring, students in Bethany Garretson's Environmental History Class at Paul Smith's College took part in a Climate Stories Project educational workshop and created a short documentary film about the impacts of global warming in the Adirondacks. The students recorded interviews of Adirondack residents speaking about their love for their region and their responses to how it is being affected by climate change. Great work!