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A Playlist for the Crisis
A Spotify playlist created by PPEH Public Research Intern Tsemone Ogbemi. Great for listening to while you write your climate story.
Downloadable lesson plans for teaching with My Climate Story.
Multilingual My Climate Story Prompts
Storytelling prompts and submission forms are available in multiple languages: Arabic, Filipino, French, German, Greek, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Kiswahili, Mandarin, Mongolian, Russian, and Spanish, in addition to English.
Writing Climate Change: Environmental Justice & the Power of Storytelling
A worksheet created by Devi Lockwood, Commentary and Ideas editor at The Philadelphia Inquirer and the author of 1,001 VOICES ON CLIMATE CHANGE.
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