My Climate Story makes global climate change personal.

 

In workshops for climate storytellers from the sixth grade on up, participants are sharing how we’re making sense of global climate change. These stories connect big data to real and personal experiences. They show how local climate impacts are shaping life stories, and how they’re making us feel.

Will you share your story?

Emma’s Story

Holding infant-me, my parents huddled on the kitchen floor in order to avoid the windows. Because of the raging hurricanes in the summer of 2004…

Rachel’s Story

Ohio was home for the first eighteen years of my life. Since leaving it, however, it has become refuge.

Emma’s Story

When I awoke on the morning of September 9, 2020. I was extremely confused. My bedroom was almost completely dark, which was, of course, very unusual…

Anastasiia’s Story

The weather discrepancies during the same season throughout years.

Carolina’s Story

A few days after arriving in Portugal from Brazil for a one-year study period, I experienced a small…

Alejandro’s Story

Bogotá used to be much colder, and with constant rain (volume and frequency)…

Denise’s Story

There is a big water scarcity problem in my city.

Miguel’s Story

Nowdays I have sensed climate changes very much as the way I dress and specially my mood.

Luís’ Story

In the dam of Castelo de Bode, Portugal. The water level is incredibly low!

Raissa’s Story

I have a feeling of nostalgia. I had the best summers of my life in Atafona.

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