Speaking of Travel®

Students Advocate For Climate Change With Small Actions And Big Changes

April 01, 2019
Speaking of Travel®
Students Advocate For Climate Change With Small Actions And Big Changes
Chapters
Speaking of Travel®
Students Advocate For Climate Change With Small Actions And Big Changes
Apr 01, 2019
Marilyn Ball
Students Advocate For Climate Change With Small Actions And Big Changes
Show Notes

The Speaking of Travel + Climate Listening Project Series continues with Dayna Reggero and guests. Artist/biologist Shannon Bodeau has a new Climate Listening Project – From The Same Soil, a collaboration with the UNC Asheville McCullough Fellowship. Shannon interviewed people from around the world and created hand-drawn graphite portraits, weaving science and storytelling through art. Also, two 9th grade students and their teacher Jerry Lubos from the Franklin School of Innovation in Asheville, NC. They are creating podcasts focused around relevant connections to the guiding question “how do small actions lead to big changes?”