Climate Storytelling- 38126 – ENST-1145

Professor Wesley Della Volla

Telling and sharing stories, from the scientific to the personal, is key to understanding climate change and advocating for action. With Sweden appointing the world’s first Chief Storyteller for Climate Change and researchers calling for a climate storyteller in every city, there is a global demand for trained communicators. This course will combine class discussions on climate discourse research with hands-on science communication practice. Through public speaking and visual storytelling exercises (including at locations around DC), students will learn how to craft and share surprising, dramatic, and inspiring climate stories.

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    2020 Fall, 2020 Fall Climate Change, 2021 Fall Semester, 2022 Fall Semester, 2023 Fall Semester, Course Archive, Humanities

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