Climate Creative TV: Climate Change 101

Climate Creative TV (CCTV) brings you regular updates about our media club, upcoming events, and in general, all things climate-related.

Welcome to the very first edition of CCTV! We hope you enjoy reading this monthly review brought to you by Climate Creative.

📰 Recap

The topic for February's Media Club was: Climate Change 101. Here's what we read and watched.

It's Not Climate Change–It's Everything Change by Margaret Atwood

Club analysis: This was a stunning example of a creative multi-media futurism piece that convinces with both logic and emotion. It combines a number of rhetorical methods including statistics, storytelling, art, and written word. Though it was written in 2009 and 2015 everything in it still holds true today. Good read? 🌎 ✅

Yes, it’s all the fault of Big Oil, Facebook and ‘the system’. But let’s talk about you this time by Rutger Bregman

Club analysis: This was an interesting read that led to good discussion in the club. We talked about dieting for the planet, the efficacy and scope of climate shaming, and leading by example. The article led to a riveting discussion on collective action and how that could lead to systemic action, and vice versa. Good read? 🌎 ✅

An Idiot's Guide To Climate Change w/ Rainn Wilson by SoulPancake

Club analysis: Though this video's content was a little too basic for our club, we found the rhetorical devices used to communicate the information useful and fun to analyze. Rainn Wilson was a fun host and as an absolute introductory primer, this might be a useful tool. Good watch? 🌎 🆗


📅 Upcoming Events: March 2021

In next month's media club on March 4th 2021 at 10 AM PST, we will be exploring circular economies and all things zero waste - so revise your 3Rs!

Want to join us? We have 6 spots left in this month's discussion group. Sign up here!

If you don't get in the conversation group this time or can't make the time, we'll be live-streaming the conversation on Facebook where you can watch along live or later.


🌎 Explore

Want to watch and read some interesting tidbits that the internet gave us this month?

To start with, see how a whale tries to feed while dodging heavy vessel traffic, which this Guardian article also explains.

Also, ever wondered how air pollution and inequality are linked? Step into the lives of two children living in Delhi - one of the most polluted cities in the world - and find out.

Finally, if you like maps, this website not only renders every single road in your city but also lets you customize the colors, background, etc. - time for some fun posters and wallpapers!