“Told in 150 words or less, these Micro-Climate stories voice our relationship to the Earth, the climate emergency, and the ways in which we grapple with a changing world on a human or local scale. Imagined by noted writers and scientists, all members of the University of Guelph community, these micro-climates offer charged glimpses into altered and transformative worlds.”Guelph Institute of Institute for Environmental Research
Check out a collection of works by Authors, Writers, and Poets Catherine Bush, Dr. Karen Houle, Liz Howard, Carrianne Leung, Canisia Lubrin, Kathryn Mockler, Tyler Pennock, Erin Robinsong, Sheung-King, as well as environmental scientists Dr. Madhur Anand, Dr. Ze’ev Gedalof, Dr. Shoshanah Jacobs, Dr. Jana Levison, Dr. Alex Smith.
Hosted on the Guelph Institute of Environmental Research‘s Imagining Climates site, Micro-Climate Stories is a unique collaboration that looks at the immediate, personal and when pieced together – community and worldwide impacts of climate change.
MicroClimate Stories is a need-to-read collection for our times. Oh, and you can also submit your own piece for consideration.