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Art, writing, and culture as catalysts for change
The example above, the warming stripes graphic by Ed Hawkins (2018), exemplifies how we can use of media other than spoken language to communicate climate change. Depicting scientific data visually, the stripes convey facts of science in a simple accessible way for the general public. In this section we have gathered a gallery of different artistic forms and media that have been employed to communicate about climate change.
Click on the headers or on the videos to check out the different projects.
The Anthropocene Project by Edward Burtynsky
George The Poet on ‘A Climate of Change’
The Farewell Glacier by Nick Drake
Tunnel vision by Kae Tempest
AntarcticLog Gallery by Karen Romano Young
Armitage Gone! Dance, On the Nature of Things
Share any climate change related art, writings, or culture practices that you found helpful/interesting/inspiring at Twitter #cemuscclmooc or Facebook, or at Studium.
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