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
Re-telling climate stories with audio from a student perspective at CU-Boulder.
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.
Standing Up for Climate: An Experiment with Creative Climate Comedy
CU students collaborated with Anne Gold, Lesley Smith, Erin Leckey and David Oonk from the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences through the Lens on Climate Change (LOCC) project.
A collaboration with Inside the Greenhouse course participants and Climate Change Education Project Inc.
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.