Every generation has a story to tell. What’s YOUR part of the story of life on Earth?
On the Road to 2030, 2050, and Beyond, we’re living the story that future generations will tell their grandchildren.
What’s YOUR climate story?
Look at these examples in the video at this link.
Consider the questions below.
Then record your own story for our group video.
Record your story here.
- What do you love about the Earth?
- What inspires you to take climate action?
- What climate action will you take in the coming weeks?
- What do you do for climate justice?
- What is your community’s climate story?
- What are your hopes for the future?
In 15-60 seconds, please state your name, your organization if any, and answer any of the questions above.
You’ll become part of our collaborative storytelling adventure, On the Road to 2030, 2050 and Beyond.
Your original creative works in the visual, performing or literary arts can be submitted in written, digital image or video format.
The Interfaith Climate Group hosts a faith-based climate conversation on the last Sunday of each month to provide a spiritual foundation for the Florida climate conversation-to-action program. We share tools and resources for addressing the social and environmental challenges of our time. We use the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals to promote the unity of thought and action.
We invite real people to share their own stories of life on Earth from different wisdom traditions.
Join TEAM CLIMATE COLLABORATORY!
Take individual climate action — earn points for the betterment of the world!
October 5 – October 26, 2022
the people’s ecochallenge 2022
CLICK HERE to Join TEAM CLIMATE COLLABORATORY!
Community-wide climate conversation-to-action program
Join the children, youth, adults, and elders of Alachua County, Florida, and a global network of support in monthly installments of our collaborative storytelling adventure.
Spotlight 2022: Alachua County, Florida
The City of Gainesville and Alachua County declared a climate emergency.
Children want to know how to make the change they want to see in the world.
Our arts-based collaborative storytelling adventure invites young people to take the lead on the Road to 2030, 2050, and Beyond. Month by month, they develop scenes of “Climate Collaboratory: The Musical,” to be produced for Earth Day in April. Adults and elders support them in a community-wide climate conversation-to-action program, providing human, material, and spiritual resources to make a world that works for all. We’re planting Seed Ideas in the Gardens of Global Unity, where all things are possible.
For more information, contact Sue Blythe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The Baha’i-inspired Interfaith Climate Group provides a spiritual foundation for the community-wide climate conversation-to-action program. Join us for a monthly faith-based climate conversation on the last Sunday of each month.
Join on Zoom
Our Climate Collaborators
Alachua County, Florida is our demonstration site for the community-wide climate conversation-to-action program. These are some of our current partners. Each brings its own unique gifts to the climate conversation.
A pilot project of We, the World
and the Interfaith Climate Group
University of Florida Extension
MLK Commission of Florida
Star Center Theatre
Interfaith Climate Group
Sister Cities of Gainesville
River Phoenix Center
- Our Global Networks of Support provide tools and resources for Seed Ideas in the Gardens of Global Unity, where all things are possible.
We, the World
Elders Climate Action / Florida
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For more information contact Sue Blythe <sueblythe@brielle