Climate Stories online exhibition

Photo of Native American feathers

Organized into four themes — connections to the ocean, relationships with wildlife, the power of plants, and adapting tradition — this online exhibition reveals a few of the world’s many stories of community response and adaptation. While there are many environmental issues affecting the world such as overpopulation, overfishing and overconsumption, “Climate Stories” focuses on the unique impacts of climate change. Free.

“Climate Stories” draws from global examples from Hawaii, Alaska, Papua New Guinea, Australia, the Amazon rainforest in Brazil and more. The final section, “Action Now,” brings the issue home to the SF State campus and the Bay Area, highlighting faculty, staff and student involvement in climate change research and projects, from the arts to the sciences.

This virtual exhibition is adapted from an in-person version of “Climate Stories,” which opened at the Global Museum in 2019.

Location: 
Online
Twitter: 
#ClimateStories
Sponsor: 
Global Museum
Contact: 
Global Museum