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Use of drama and performance activities for addressing climate change

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HOT: One World, One Climate Curriculum Units: The Simulation

 

C-Road Climate Simulator: Download software to provide current climate change data for use in role-play and games

 

One World, HOT Climate Change simulation activities with six students from around the world

 

Cool The Earth: Drama activity for middle-school students

 

Cool The Earth: Script for a play on climate change

 

Standing with Standing Rock: A Role Play on the Dakota Access Pipeline. Zinn Education Project

 

World Climate negotiation exercise

 

Video: The World Climate Simulation: Participants negotiate a world climate agreement

 

Dirty Oil and Shovel-Ready Jobs: A Role Play on Tar Sands and the Keystone XL Pipeline

 

Role-play activities related to climate change. Zinn Education Project

 

Audio: Mock Climate Negotiations. George Washington University


Climate Stories Projects: Videos of people telling stories about the effects of climate change on their lives

 

Climate change and art: Northern Spark art show in Minneapolis

 

Drama production: Baba Brickman: Rap Guide to Climate Chaos

 

Climate Change Art

 

Backyard Phenology: Tracking Nature’s Cycles in a Changing Climate. Northern Sparks Arts Festival, Minneapolis

 

“Don’t Take Our Voices Away”: A Role Play on the Indigenous Peoples’ Global Summit on Climate Change

 

Windsor Middle School students learn about alternative energy through mock U.S. Senate committee debate. Greeley Tribune

 

Climate Change Takes to the Stage as Art, Science Combine

 

Climate's Tangled Web: Role-play activity where students assume the roles of different climate systems

 

Can Climate Change Take a Starring Role?

 

Climate Is Culture: Performance art exhibit at the Toronto Art Museum

 

 

 

 

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