Writing for Change: Storytelling In A Climate Crisis
How can writers use narrative and storytelling to help raise awareness about the ongoing climate crisis? Join GrubStreet and Rare's Climate Culture Boston for an engaging evening with a panel of distinguished local writers, environmental policy experts, and community activists, including Julie Carrick Dalton, Reverend Mariama White-Hammond, Frank Lowenstein, Porsha Olayiwola, and Rishi Reddi. We’ll discuss the role of storytelling in effective science communication, the impact of climate change on local communities, especially those historically marginalized, and how writers can help inspire action and drive policy change for a more sustainable and equitable future for our planet and all its inhabitants. A reception will follow.
Virtual viewers can register for the Crowdcast livestream here!
This program will take place in-person at our Center for Creative Writing in Boston's Seaport neighborhood.
Rare is an international non-profit organization specializing in social change for people and the planet. For nearly 50 years, Rare has partnered with individuals, communities, and local leaders on the frontlines of conservation to promote the adoption of sustainable practices. With a behavior-based approach, Rare empowers individuals and communities to better manage and protect nature, on which all of us depend. Learn more at rare.org.
About Climate Culture Boston
Climate Culture Boston is Rare’s first stateside initiative and is designed to direct and galvanize individual actions around diet, transportation, energy use, and support for nature toward collective impact, ultimately paving the way for large-scale changes. Learn more at rare.org.
GrubStreet's space will be mask optional when Boston's Covid-19 Community Level is low or medium. When the Covid-19 Community Level is high, our space will require masks. Please check GrubStreet's Covid-19 page for the latest info on masking and Community Levels before visiting in-person.