Climate change is a complex scientific subject and there are a plethora of data-rich reports that detail its diverse impacts. Not everyone, however, responds to facts and figures or charts and graphs. That is why art can help broaden the public conversation and help create new pathways to understanding this critical issue.
This Friday, I will be giving a presentation on the “Art and Science of Climate Change” at the 52nd National SPE Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana. My talk will cover both the basic science of climate change and explore how artists from around the globe have been responding to its various impacts and possible solutions.
Looking forward to it!