Can climate scientists be sexy? Francesco Fiondella, Communications Officer at the International Research Institute for Climate and Society, and Rebecca Fowler, Science Writer at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, think so. Fiondella […]
In Water Water Everywhere / Nay Any Drop To Drink Nora York frames Handel’s Water Music suites with her own original compositions to confront the topic of climate change as it affects […]
EMOS ~ Ecodrama Playwrights Festival & Symposium ~ 2015 Hosted by the Department of Theatre and Dance At the University of Nevada, Reno in May 2015 CALL FOR SCRIPTS First […]
I have been on the lookout for plays that deal with climate change for quite some time. Being interested in the subject myself, I’m curious to see how other playwrights […]
A insightful blog post by Johanna Kieniewicz about embracing the uncertainty of climate change in the arts.
Sometimes the arts can turn a cold set of data into a vivid experience. A remarkable example of this is how University of Minnesota undergrad Daniel Crawford uses his cello […]
This information was shared with me by Natalie Driemeyer. Hearing about the festival and seeing the amazing photos that Natalie sent me makes me wish I could have attended. * […]