Climate. A word that used to be unremarkable, harmless. It was nothing to fear. After all, it only described average weather. Now the C word haunts some, irks a few, and worries many. Climate increasingly calls up images of heat waves, rising seas, super storms, and a dark future rife with conflict and social dissolution – especially when paired with that other C word: change, or more and more now, crisis. Over and over the questions come at us like crashing waves: How do we shake free from the paralysis of doomsday scenarios or apathy? How do we keep hoping, working, and acting for a kinder future? How do we apprehend something so huge?Read More
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We are conscious of the communicative challenges of science and policy, and we believe art has the power to open space for dialogue and understanding, and to move people in ways jargon cannot. – Agam
Agam is preparing to launch a new podcast this year featuring authors from Agam: Filipino Narratives on Uncertainty and Climate Change reading their original works and sharing their wisdom and ideas on the intersections of storytelling and climate change. We’re excited to be partnering with Far Eastern University. We’re working with FEU Communications students to develop a series of minisodes, and utilizing the recording studio of the Department of Communications at the Institute for Arts and Sciences from time to time.