A brief preview of our education work communicating (1) recent climate change impacts on humanity, and (2) a comparison of the cost of addressing climate change as defined in the Stern report compared to the costs we currently incur every year to continue using fossil fuels.
In 2013, the composition “A Song of Our Warming Planet” transformed 133 years of global temperature measurements into a haunting melody for the cello. Following its release, A Song of Our Warming Planet was featured by The New York Times, Slate, the Weather Channel, National Public Radio, io9, The Huffington Post and many others on […]
“What futures are YOU living into being?” asks this short film, taken from an interview with Culture Designer/Evolutionary Joe Brewer. A conversation about the context of the time we are living in, combined with aerial cinematography from various locations in the USA and Iceland.
The situation in the south of the Greenlandic Ice Cap is deteriorating. A global warming of the earth seems to threaten this area more than anywhere else in the world. Recorded temperatures have begun to fluctuate, and native inhabitants find their culture beginning to sink, below rising sea levels. As is the case for the […]
Beyond Storms & Droughts: The Psychological Impacts of Climate Change, a new report by APA and ecoAmerica, indicates that climate change will have significant negative impacts on Americans’ mental health, from increases in stress and depression to heightened aggression and violence. This follow-up webinar explains the pathways through which these and other impacts on human […]
In May 2011, a hatch of unprecedented legal actions took place across the United States – youth from around the country were taking their governments to court for failure to protect their atmosphere for future generations. The basis of their legal actions was the Public Trust Doctrine. “A Climate of TRUST” is a story about […]