Climate Narrative Project founder shares career story in upper school visit

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Climate Narrative Project founder shares career story in upper school visit

Jeff Biggers motions during an interview.  Biggers, the founder of the Climate Narrative Project, a project dedicated to the convergence of science and the humanities to effectively communicate the message of climate change, visited the upper school on Feb. 8 and participated in the faculty retreat over the following weekend.

Jeff Biggers motions during an interview. Biggers, the founder of the Climate Narrative Project, a project dedicated to the convergence of science and the humanities to effectively communicate the message of climate change, visited the upper school on Feb. 8 and participated in the faculty retreat over the following weekend.

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Jeff Biggers motions during an interview. Biggers, the founder of the Climate Narrative Project, a project dedicated to the convergence of science and the humanities to effectively communicate the message of climate change, visited the upper school on Feb. 8 and participated in the faculty retreat over the following weekend.

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Jeff Biggers motions during an interview. Biggers, the founder of the Climate Narrative Project, a project dedicated to the convergence of science and the humanities to effectively communicate the message of climate change, visited the upper school on Feb. 8 and participated in the faculty retreat over the following weekend.

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Jeff Biggers, the founder of the Climate Narrative Project, a project dedicated to the convergence of science and the humanities to effectively communicate the message of climate change, visited the upper school on Feb. 8 and participated in the faculty retreat over the following weekend.

As part of his work as an advocate for “climate storytelling,” Biggers travels to communities and colleges across the county and uses literature and the arts to draw attention to the impact of climate change, as well as having worked as a journalist, oral historian, and playwright.

The journalism program interviewed Biggers on his work in the Climate Narrative Project and related background experiences throughout his notable career.