re-telling climate change stories

Class Projects

Fall term 'climate and film' (ATLS 3519/EBIO 4460) students and Spring term 'creative climate communication' (ENVS3173/THTR4173) students create and produce a variety of compositions to re-tell stories of climate change through multiple modes or systems of communication (short films and videos, audio programs/podcasts, live performances, interactive theatre, art, weblogs etc). Explore these pages below for some of the most recent class project artifacts

Standing Up for Climate: An Experiment with Creative Climate Comedy

Re-telling climate stories with audio from a student perspective at CU-Boulder.

A collaboration with Inside the Greenhouse course participants and Climate Change Education Project Inc.

Films ranging from fictional narratives to intimate interviews. All films range from 2 to 5 minutes in length and focus on some aspect of the climate change debate. 

Students in the CU course 'Creative Climate Communication' co-produced videos, each featuring a young designer participating in the Recycled Runway Fashion Show.

The internet “tsunami” has provoked a profound change in the way the environment is communicated, offering an invaluable set of new opportunities to promote public awareness and engagement.