Preliminary climate story interviews 2
Saul students engaged in introductory work by watching the My Climate Story project documentary, and then investigating one of the program’s central questions– “How can the vastness of climate change be made meaningful on a Human Scale?”
Students discussed their experiences of climate change and the impact of story telling alongside this question. Our class contextualized this work by thinking about intersectionality, intersectional environmentalism, and how these concepts are important in building authentic and meaningful stories that highlight social justice. This led to MCS student interviews which will act as a basis for Saul’s work in the project.