Members of this year’s class of Soros Arts Fellows will receive $100,000 in unrestricted funding from Open Society Foundations to develop a public art project that confronts climate change with community-based solutions in the next 18 months.
This report tracks and analyzes narrative trends in the news related to renewable energy in the United States and more broadly related to climate solutions, including food and water systems in our analysis, alongside renewable energy.
In this Instagram chat, Thelma Young Lutunatabua and environmental journalist, Yessenia Funnes discuss climate solutions narrative trends in the US as well as the role of media to uplift and amplify community-based solutions and stories through an equily and justice lens.
An initiative designed to shift the narrative and to challenge dominant systems of exploitation and oppression of women and the Earth. The online platform collects stories by and about women leading struggles and solutions for climate justice under a variety of cross-sectional themes.
Leading journalists from around the world gathered for an unprecedented conversation about how to cover a world on fire at the two-day climate journalism conference “Climate Changes Everything” in New York City on September 21 and 22, 2023. The goal was to chart a course for covering climate change in ways that drive attention and impact, while also highlighting solutions and justice.Through panels, workshops, and more, journalists discussed how to tackle the climate story with more urgency, depth, and creativity than ever before.
A short story context launched in 2021 encouraging entrants to envision the next 180 years of equitable climate progress. The three winning stories and nine finalists create intersectional worlds in which no community is left behind.
A conversation with authors Denise Baden and Paolo Bacigalupi and Tory Stephens, Climate Fiction Manager at Grist about the power of climate fiction and whether dystopian narratives or rather hope based stories can engage readers to take more action. The need for way more stories featuring frontline community members is also discussed.
An image library catalysing a new visual language for climate change that embody people-centred narratives and positive solutions. Creators of the Seven UK Audience Segments.
This study maps out the multiple ways in which art can function as a medium to advocate for climate justice. It presents ten case studies and concludes with opportunities, challenges and recommendations to foster “artivism” for climate justice.
The workshops are designed with climate action and climate justice in mind and cover storytelling skills, podcasting, audio walking tours, writing and short film. They can be customised to fit with your organisation’s needs and can be delivered online or face-to-face. This training can help your organisation find and tell your own climate action story.