we are in the countdown to the governmental meetings in Paris
on climate change, COP21,
the cultural community has been mobilising to make our voices
and strategies visible
check out a list of many of the activities at
Here in dallas we have started broadcasting podcasts on art
and climate change on the Creative Disturbance platform
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From: Ron Broglio <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Fri, Oct 16, 2015 at 7:18 PM
Subject: 2016 Climate Fiction Short Story Contest
To: litsci-l <LITSCI-L@duke.edu>
Please join join us and circulate to your students:
Speculative fiction stories have the power to take abstract policy debates and obscure jargon and turn them into gripping, visceral tales. The emerging subgenre of climate fiction helps us imagine possible futures shaped by climate change.
The Imagination and Climate Futures Initiative and the College for Liberal Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University are proud to announce the 2016 Climate Fiction Short Story Contest. The contest will be judged by science fiction legend Kim Stanley Robinson, award-winning author of many foundational works in climate fiction, along with other climate fiction experts from ASU.
The grand-prize winner will be awarded $1000, with three additional finalists receiving book bundles signed by award-winning climate fiction author Paolo Bacigalupi. A collection of the best submissions will be published in a forthcoming online anthology, and considered for publication in the journal Issues in Science and Technology.
For Details, see https://climateimagination.asu.edu/clificontest/