Saturday, February 9, 2013

National Post: "What Does Climate Change Smell Like? Engaging Our Senses for Climate Action"

 For those of you who enjoyed my two posts on this blog on multisensory engagement for climate action, you might enjoy reading the post I have written for the national site, Climate Access, combining ideas from both and adding a bit more. The post went live today:

Also--unrelatedly--I want to share a link to an extremely moving video, posted by the EPA as part of the It Gets Better Project, which provides support to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender teens. My work is all about making connections between environmental, social, cultural, and political issues--and this video is one of the best examples I've seen, not only of drawing literal connections--like the notion that people get thrown away just like goods in our society--but also of the importance of creating an environment in which everyone can be their best selves.

Please share your thoughts on the blog post and the video! 



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  2. Here's another amazing creative resource, from ACE: