Exploring narratives as a bridge‐building practice between different climate change story telling practices
Conference by Anna Emmelin and Therese Asplund, Maria Magdolna Beky Winnerstam
An increasing number of researchers seek to find alternative ways in which climate change can be communicated to make it more meaningful to the cultures and values of people’s everyday lives. This project contributes to such initiatives through the development of method design for narrative workshops. The paper explores and make transparent the starting points and design principles for narrative workshops for sustainability. The paper also reflect the applications of these entry-points to the design of a narrative workshop on agricultural climate maladaptation. Finally, by exploring how narratives may enable bridge‐building between different environmental storytelling practices, the paper concludes with a discussion on the relevance of narrative approaches in climate, environmental, and sustainability communication.
Title of Journal / Edit Volume, incl. names of editors:
Weather & Climate Change
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