INSIDE THE GREENHOUSE | Re-telling climate change stories


An article by Beth Osnes, Adrian Manygoats and LIndsay Weitkamp entitled "A framework for engaging Navajo women in clean energy development through applied theatre" was recently published in RiDE: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance (2015 Vol. 20, No. 2, 242–257,  

The recent book by Beth Osnes, Theatre for Women's Participation in Sustainable Development, is now available in paperback through Routledge at 

Michael K. Goodman (Professor, University of Reading) will present a paper (co-authored with Max Boykoff) at the upcoming Media Communications and Cultural Studies Association conference in Canterbury, UK entitled 'New Cultural Grammars of the Anthropocene?: Reflections on Post-Science Climate Politics, Affect and Celebrity Politics in Showtime’s The Years of Living Dangerously'.

Gold, A.U., Oonk, D.J., Smith, L.K., Boykoff, M., Osnes, B.B., and Sullivan, S.B. (2015) ‘Lens on Climate Change: Making Climate Meaningful through Student-Produced Videos’ Journal of Geography DOI: 10.1080/00221341.2015.1013974

Rebecca Safran, Beth Osnes and Max Boykoff made a presentation entitled 'Inside the Greenhouse: Utilizing Media to Creatively Communicate Climate Challenges' at the June 2015 Conference on Communication and the Environment (COCE) which took place at the University of Colorado-Boulder.