This 90 minute online workshop for 15-18 year olds will give participants a chance to engage with cultural attitudes to climate change through discussion, reflection and creative writing. No writing experience is required. Places limited to 40.
Culture has a vital role in framing our understanding of the climate crisis and addressing how society can start to tackle it. Participants will join discussions about what Climate Creativity looks like, how creative writing and language play a role and how we can use our own creativity to bring about change.
Dr Philip Seargeant, Dr Nessa O'Mahony and Dr Anne Caldwell, The Open University
15-18 year olds.
Teenagers with an interest in climate change and creative arts.
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